National Summit on Family Philanthropy 2013

The Future of Family Philanthropy: Predicting and Preparing

June 5-6, 2013 | Chicago, Ill.

The Johnson Center National Summit on Family Philanthropy is a biennial meeting unlike any other in the field of family philanthropy. The Summit is an interactive, productive gathering of current and next generation family donors, as well as staff, advisors, and researchers who strive to help families become more effective philanthropists.

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In June 2013, family donors from around the country will convene in the vibrant philanthropic city of Chicago for the second National Summit to discuss a poignant theme for philanthropic families: the future.

Join us in Chicago for candid, peer-to-peer dialogue about the changes in philanthropy and changes in families that will shape the future of family philanthropy.

The Summit will be held at Hotel Palomar in downtown Chicago, with a special evening event at the Richard H. Driehaus Museum and the adjoining historic hall, “The Murphy.” 

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