During his 13 years at the Johnson Center, Dr. Moody pioneered new and relevant research on next-generation donors, convened five National Summits on Family Philanthropy, explored donor learning through the Donor Journeys Initiative, and advised the work of hundreds of graduate students from GVSU’s nonprofit- and community-focused degree programs.
The Frey Foundation Chair for Family Philanthropy was established in 2008 as the first chair of its kind in the nation. The Chair was made possible through the vision and generosity of the Frey Foundation, one of Michigan’s largest family foundations, established in 1974 in Grand Rapids by Edward J. and Frances T. Frey.
Philanthropy 1992–2022: What Difference Can 30 Years Make?
NEXT GEN DONORS
Book: Generation Impact
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During his tenure at the Johnson Center, Dr. Moody was an active writer, researcher, and presenter. Browse his articles, webinars, podcasts, and reports on a wide range of topics and projects below.