Leo Tolstoy began his classic novel Anna Karenina with this memorable line: “All happy families are alike: each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.” The gist seems to be that there are a few, essential attributes that all happy and successful families share, but countless reasons why families fail and become unhappy. For wealthy families, in particular, family philanthropy may be one of the essential attributes contributing to family happiness and success. Let’s explore how
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