Conversations Exploring the Future of Philanthropy
My Father’s Shadow
A parent’s success, fame, and achievement can be a complicated legacy for the next generation. Author Christina Lewis Halpern lost her father, Reginald F. Lewis, the famed entrepreneur and, at the time of his death, the richest black man in America. In this conversation, Christina shares her struggles and ultimate triumphs, as well as how philanthropy helped her forge a powerful identity of her own.
How to Raise Compassionate Kids
Susan Crites Price, family philanthropy expert and author of Generous Genes: Raising Caring Kids in a Digital Age explains how parents, […]
Mary Galeti shares how her family’s foundation became a tool for legacy and personal discovery after the deaths of the […]
Built to Last: A 4th Generation Foundation Still Going Strong
What does it take to keep a foundation vital and effective for more than four generations? The Haas family’s William […]
The Growing Importance of Women in Philanthropy
Increasingly, women are rising as leaders in philanthropy. They’re creating their own wealth, establishing private foundations, and collaborating with their […]
When Business Meets Purpose
Pioneering entrepreneur Peter Thum is a leader in creating businesses that do good while doing well. As the founder of […]
I've been hoping for a podcast like this for a long time!
As someone who has been dedicated to the social impact sector my entire career and now helps to lead a family foundation in Detroit - and who drives 45 minutes each way to work - I am so excited about this resource. Dori does an amazing job of speaking with people working on the frontlines of social change and philanthropy in a way to draw out lessons they have learned that are instructive for listeners like me. It's like haveing coffee with two amazing people (Dori and her guest) each morning on my drive to work! I just wish Foundation Source had a new podcast each day!
Director 21/64 and Podcast Junkie
This podcast series is inspiring during a time when philanthropy could use a little inspiration. In my life and at 21/64 the practice of storytelling reminds us of our shared humanity, strengthens and builds the connections between people, teaches the value of listening, and promotes the opportunity to see that every life matters. All fundamental to the art and work of giving.
Thanks to Dori Krieger and the team at foundation source for lifting up this practice, sharing these stories and inspiring others to do the same.