Featuring Loren Feingold, Caroline Murphy, and Kelly Nowlin
Join us for an Engaging Conversation
on Family Philanthropy
Tuesday, December 11
10:30 am - 11:00 am: Coffee and Networking
11:00 am - 12 noon: Panel Discussion
Hopkinton Public Library, 13 Main Street, Hopkinton
Hope and Comfort
Senior Program Officer
Foundation for MetroWest
KDN Philanthropy Consulting
Loren is no stranger to philanthropy. Among her many career accomplishments in the field, Loren and her family are the founders of Hope and Comfort, a nonprofit organization with a mission to provide essential hygiene products to support and improve the health, self-esteem, and hygiene education of school-aged children and young adults in need within Greater Boston. What's even more inspiring is that Hope and Comfort was created from a strong desire to share the importance of giving back with their children.
With more than six years of
youth philanthropy education experience, Caroline oversees curriculum design and implementation for all 16 of the Foundation for MetroWest's Youth in Philanthropy Programs. Her expertise lies in not only helping families become more strategic and thoughtful with their giving, but how they can engage their youth in the process, leaving a lasting family legacy for years to come. Caroline works closely with youth, young adults, and family fundholders to help them with their philanthropic efforts.
Through Kelly's experience serving on the boards of the Andrus Family Fund and the Surdna Foundation (Surdna was established by her great-great grandfather nearly 100 years ago), she has gained extensive knowledge in engaging the next generation in Philanthropy. She is also currently a board member for the National Center for Family Philanthropy (NCFP), the only national non-profit dedicated exclusively to families who give and those who work with them.
Making Space at the Table: Practical Ways to Incorporate Your Child’s Voice in Your Family’s Philanthropy
With the holidays coming up, it’s the perfect opportunity to not only teach your children the importance of giving, but to put it into action. And teaching your children the valuable lesson of giving back should be a family affair.
Join us on December 11th to hear from these panelists and learn practical ways to include your children in your family’s charitable decision-making process.