2019 National Summit
Fifth Biennial National Summit on Family Philanthropy:
“Our Donor Journeys and Why They Matter”
The 2019 National Summit on Family Philanthropy was held in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., on January 28 and 29. Donors reflected on their philanthropic journeys, learned about the fascinating paths taken by others, and explored the lessons learned along the way.
What is the National Summit?
The National Summit on Family Philanthropy is a biennial program bringing together family donors, national thought leaders, and other philanthropic professionals and entrepreneurs for a highly interactive, thematically focused, in-depth, and solutions-driven dialogue about a timely challenge facing the field. The peer-to-peer National Summit discussions are designed to yield practical recommendations and resources to help family donors of all sorts improve their giving.
Support the Donor Journeys Initiative
This fifth National Summit will mark the kick-off of a two-year Donor Journeys Initiative led by the Johnson Center’s Frey Foundation Chair for Family Philanthropy, Dr. Michael Moody. To learn more about this initiative and how you can support it, click here.
Highlights from Previous Summits
Insights from the 2017 Summit in San Francisco
- Read the 2017 Summit re-cap by Michael Moody, Ph.D.
- Watch the Webinar “Legacy and Impact: How Family Foundations Can Have Both” (recorded in March 2018)