Insights on Giving
We are proud to present our new educational series, Insights on Giving: A Series of Talks on Philanthropy, with topics curated for our donors. We hope you'll join us this year for engaging conversations with prominent voices in the philanthropic community.
The series will be hosted on Zoom. See below for a list of topics and links to register for each event. It is with great joy that we offer these exclusive events to our donors. Please do not share the registration links.
If you have questions, please contact Georgina Baquet by email.
Want to learn more? Click here to watch our 2020 event series on YouTube.
What's Next? Ensuring a Thriving Jewish Community Post-COVID
Recorded: Wednesday, June 9, at 12:00 p.m.
Join us for a conversation with three Jewish nonprofit leaders and longtime Foundation grantees as they reflect on the pandemic's impact on the people they serve, their pandemic pivot, and how they see the needs and work of the Los Angeles Jewish community changing post-pandemic. Moderated by The Foundation's Acting Director of The Center for Designed Philanthropy, Naomi Strongin.
- Asher Gellis, Founder and Executive Director, JQ International
- Elaine Hall, Founder and Executive Director, The Miracle Project
- Rabbi Dave Sorani, Founder and CEO, Jewish Graduate Student Initiative
Intergenerational Legacy Giving
Recorded Tuesday, July 13 at 12:00 p.m.
with Dr. Lee Hausner, an internationally recognized clinical psychologist, business consultant, former Foundation trustee, and author of multiple books, including The Legacy Family: The Definitive Guide to Creating a Successful Multigenerational Family.
Hear from a top expert in the field on how to create an intergenerational giving plan that embraces your children's and grandchildren's philanthropic passions and ensures a strong family legacy for years to come.
Helping the Next Generation Balance Privilege and Responsibility
with Joline Godfrey, financial education expert and author of Raising Financially Fit Kids
Recorded Thursday, August 19 at 12:00 p.m.
Financial education was once as simple as modeling frugal behavior and teaching kids about compound interest and saving. But now, low-interest rates and credit are available to almost anyone; companies target kids as consumers on children’s programming, and kids can access numerous financial transactions online.
As such, it’s easy for families to lose control of an informal financial education process that had worked for generations. But avoiding opportunities to instill financial fluency in the next generation will leave them unprepared for a lifetime of monetary responsibility. This session gives families, at all levels of wealth, guidance on how to engage the next generation in their own self-development.
Complex Asset Gifts Made Simple: Why and how to use your real estate, business interest or other illiquid property for charitable giving
Recorded: November 4, 2021 at 12 p.m.
with Allan Cutrow, Foundation Trustee and Partner at Mitchell, Silberberg & Knupp, and Ellen Rosen, Foundation Vice President and General Counsel
Moderated by Natella Royzman, Vice President, Charitable Gift Planning