Monthly Archives: November 2013

Taking it Personally, by Nancy Gardiner

We pay a lot of attention these days to measuring the outcomes of philanthropy.  Giving becomes an investment.  While metrics are important, the bottom line is that, for most people, giving is personal.  We give to our local food pantry, … Continue reading

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Generosity of Minds, Bodies and Spirits, by Gioia Perugini

I spent yesterday with three different philanthropies, all clients of the firm, and couldn’t help being struck by their common generosity of spirit, despite their differences in approach.  I spent the morning with what you would call a “traditional” philanthropy, … Continue reading

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“Movember” Thoughts from Gioia Perugini, Associate Director, Family Office and Philanthropy Services

Like this Connecticut Historical Society blog post acknowledges, on its face, 19th century photographs of men long lost to history doesn’t seem to have much to do with “Movember.” But a link exists even beyond just a fun click through … Continue reading

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