What's Happening in Youth Philanthropy?

  • Youth Philanthropy in Lorain County

    Read how Lorain County youth learn about philanthropy

    Read the article!
  • ACLU Summer Institute

    Are you entering your junior or senior year of high school? Learn more about advocacy and social justice with the ACLU!

    Find out more
  • Young People’s Role in SDGs

    The UN Economic and Social Council’s (ECOSOC) sixth annual Youth Forum underscored the role of youth in tackling poverty and achieving the SDGs

    Read more!
  • Youth Giving Movement Press!

    The youth giving movement and YouthGiving.org were mentioned in an article in the New York Times in December!

    Read the article!
  • Youth Rising Mini-Grant Program

    This new program provides $500 – $1000 seed grants to early-stage youth-led (ages 13 to 24) projects!

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  • Family Foundations: Millennials Take Charge

    Check out this article on how the younger generation is teaching their elders to be better philanthropists!

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  • What Do We Know About...

    Disconnected Youth? The Annie E. Casey Foundation & IssueLab teamed up to to share lessons in a new collection.

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  • YPI Announces Public Foundation!

    Read their announcement here and download their 2016 impact report in our Learn section!

    Check it out!

Hear from an Expert

  • Amanda Standerfer

    How Can You Incorporate Learning Into Youth Programs?

    We’ve all heard “when you’ve seen one foundation, you’ve seen one foundation.” This familiar saying makes light of the many different ways foundations operate.  The same is true for how family foundations engage their next generation.  There is no “one size fits all” or magic bullet that ensures successful participation by younger family members.  And with so many models to choose from, how do you decide what’s right for your family foundation?

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    February 8, 2017

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  • Jen Bokoff

    Jen Bokoff Director of Knowledge Services

  • Amanda Dillon

    Amanda Dillon Manager of Knowledge Services

  • Erin Nylen-Wysocki

    Erin Nylen-Wysocki Knowledge Services Associate

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