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  • Family Philanthropy Online Knowledge Center | Council of New Jersey Grantmakers
    Hurricane Sandy Facing Our Future Camden Initiatives New Jersey Gives South Jersey Board Bank New Jersey Together Get on the Map Policy Foundations on the Hill Conversations with the Cabinet PolicyWorks OMB Uniform Guidance Healthcare Conversion Study News Grant Seekers You are here Home Resources Family Philanthropy Online Knowledge Center Family Philanthropy Online Knowledge Center Publication Date January 2016 Source s National Center for Family Philanthropy In partnership with the National Center for Family Philanthropy CNJG members have complimentary access to Family Philanthropy Online a web based knowledge center that provides practical advice and knowledge on a variety of relevant topics NCFP s Knowledge Center is your premier source of information and inspiration for family philanthropy Their 24 hour digital library puts over 2 000 resources at your fingertips discussion papers sample policies assessment tools webinar replays and much more There is no limit on the number of items you can view and no need to check out CNJG members must register separately with NCFP website to access Family Philanthropy Online Please contact Craig Weinrich to get your family foundation s staff and or board complete access to Family Philanthropy Online External Link Family Philanthropy Online Knowledge Center Resource Type

    Original URL path: http://cnjg.org/resources/family-philanthropy-online-knowledge-center (2016-05-01)
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  • Families Funding Change: How Social Justice Giving Honors Our Roots and Strengthens Communities | Council of New Jersey Grantmakers
    Funders Event Calendar Collaboration Toolbox Resources CNJG Foundation Map Leadership Excellence In Giving Newark Liaison Hurricane Sandy Facing Our Future Camden Initiatives New Jersey Gives South Jersey Board Bank New Jersey Together Get on the Map Policy Foundations on the Hill Conversations with the Cabinet PolicyWorks OMB Uniform Guidance Healthcare Conversion Study News Grant Seekers You are here Home Resources Families Funding Change How Social Justice Giving Honors Our Roots and Strengthens Communities Families Funding Change How Social Justice Giving Honors Our Roots and Strengthens Communities Publication Date October 2015 Source s National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy Social justice grantmaking is an imoprtant part of many family foundations strategies These foundations use their reputation and financial capital for systemic reform by funding work such as nonprofit advoacy community organizing and civic engagement Yet many family foundations also encounter hurdles when they consider a shift to strategic social justice giving This whitepaper examines the latest data to identify trends in social justice philanthropy among family foundations External Link Families Funding Change How Social Justice Giving Honors Our Roots and Strengthens Communities Resource Type Report Funding Area Civil Advocacy Policy Topic Family Philanthropy Audience Family Foundation Posted By Council of New Jersey

    Original URL path: http://cnjg.org/resources/families-funding-change-how-social-justice-giving-honors-our-roots-and-strengthens (2016-05-01)
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  • Essentials of Impact Investing: A Guide for Small-Staffed Foundations | Council of New Jersey Grantmakers
    Camden Initiatives New Jersey Gives South Jersey Board Bank New Jersey Together Get on the Map Policy Foundations on the Hill Conversations with the Cabinet PolicyWorks OMB Uniform Guidance Healthcare Conversion Study News Grant Seekers You are here Home Resources Essentials of Impact Investing A Guide for Small Staffed Foundations Essentials of Impact Investing A Guide for Small Staffed Foundations Publication Date September 2015 Source s Exponent Philanthropy Mission Investors Exchange Arabella Advisors Seeking to increase their philanthropic impact many engaged foundations are turning to impact investing The reason is clear The field and practice of impact investing have matured structures are in place best practices have emerged and opportunities have multiplied enabling more foundations to use this powerful tool Yet entering unfamiliar terrain can be intimidating and foundations with few or no staff face unique challenges even as they enjoy unique opportunities Essentials of Impact Investing A Guide for Small Staffed Foundations addresses those challenges and highlights those opportunities The guide demystifies the process of designing and implementing an effective impact investing strategy offering advice tools and real world examples of impact investing by foundations with few or no staff External Link Essentials of Impact Investing A Guide for

    Original URL path: http://cnjg.org/resources/essentials-impact-investing-guide-small-staffed-foundations (2016-05-01)
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  • CNJG E-publication: Family Ties | Council of New Jersey Grantmakers
    Get on the Map Policy Foundations on the Hill Conversations with the Cabinet PolicyWorks OMB Uniform Guidance Healthcare Conversion Study News Grant Seekers You are here Home Resources CNJG E publication Family Ties CNJG E publication Family Ties Publication Date 09 2015 A quarterly e publication specifically for CNJG s family foundation members covering a range of topics and news Resource Type CNJG Documents Reports Audience Family Foundation Topic Family

    Original URL path: http://cnjg.org/resources/cnjg-e-publication-family-ties (2016-05-01)
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  • Next Gen Donors | Council of New Jersey Grantmakers
    News Grant Seekers You are here Home Resources Next Gen Donors Next Gen Donors Knowledgebase Publication Date July 2013 Source s Johnson Center for Philanthropy 21 64 The Frey Chair for Family Philanthropy program at the Johnson Center for Philanthropy and 21 64 a nonprofit consulting practice specializing in next gen and multigenerational strategic philanthropy have released Next Gen Donors Respecting Legacy Revolutionizing Philanthropy This first of its kind research examines the next generation of major donors and studies this crucial group directly through interviews Study participants were carefully screened to ensure that they are 21 to 40 years old and that fit study criteria to be considered high capacity donors This research endeavors to find understand how next gen major donors think about philanthropy Their conversations revealed four key findings Next Gen major donors are driven by values not valuables While often portrayed as entitled Gen X and Millienial donors revealed themselves to be mindful of the responsibility their wealth creates seeking to balance family legacy with assessing the challenges of the world today They want impact they can see and they want to know how their involvement contributed to that impact They want to go all in sharing not only their time talent and treasure but also their ties They want to develop close relationships with the organizations and causes they support Next Gen donors learn about causes through their peer networks and they believe in collaborating with peers to increase impact Next Gen donors are actively thinking about their identities and legacies as philanthropists They want to make philanthropy more impactful more hands on more networked While these next gen donors want to change things fundamentally they want to do so in responsible ways honoring the past while improving the future They take their roles as major

    Original URL path: http://cnjg.org/resources/next-gen-donors (2016-05-01)
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  • Conflict of Interest Policy for Independent Foundations | Council of New Jersey Grantmakers
    Jersey Board Bank New Jersey Together Get on the Map Policy Foundations on the Hill Conversations with the Cabinet PolicyWorks OMB Uniform Guidance Healthcare Conversion Study News Grant Seekers You are here Home Resources Conflict of Interest Policy for Independent Foundations Conflict of Interest Policy for Independent Foundations Knowledgebase Publication Date January 2013 A sample conflict of interest form for independent private foundations Attachment Size Sample Conflict of Interest Form

    Original URL path: http://cnjg.org/resources/conflict-interest-policy-independent-foundations (2016-05-01)
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  • Best Practices for Family Foundations with Geographically Dispersed Board Members | Council of New Jersey Grantmakers
    Conversations with the Cabinet PolicyWorks OMB Uniform Guidance Healthcare Conversion Study News Grant Seekers You are here Home Resources Best Practices for Family Foundations with Geographically Dispersed Board Members Best Practices for Family Foundations with Geographically Dispersed Board Members Knowledgebase Publication Date January 2012 Source s Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis This study by the Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University investigates how family foundations manage governance decision making and

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  • Engaging the Family in Your Philanthropy | Council of New Jersey Grantmakers
    Jersey Board Bank New Jersey Together Get on the Map Policy Foundations on the Hill Conversations with the Cabinet PolicyWorks OMB Uniform Guidance Healthcare Conversion Study News Grant Seekers You are here Home Resources Engaging the Family in Your Philanthropy Engaging the Family in Your Philanthropy Knowledgebase Publication Date October 2011 Source s Foundation Source Read this blueprint for family engagement providing strategies and approaches to involving the next generation

    Original URL path: http://cnjg.org/resources/engaging-family-your-philanthropy (2016-05-01)
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