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Families & Individuals

Philanthropy across generations: creating a strategic roadmap

Families who give together know well that as their family grows in number and geographic reach through the generations, perspectives on philanthropic goals can take on new shapes and sizes. The initial charitable effort often evolves to reflect changes in family composition, affiliations with nonprofits, and diversity of giving vehicles. For many families, a primary goal is to create a smooth integration of the next generation into the family’s philanthropic efforts. There are as many different approaches as there are families, and the most effective plans reflect their unique goals while employing the appropriate selection of the various giving tools available.
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Nonprofits

Round the Bend Farm: How this nonprofit is making an impact with agriculture

When Desa Van Laarhoven and Geoff Kinder founded Round the Bend Farm: A Center for Restorative Community (RTB) in Dartmouth, they were moving on a mission that went beyond running the farm. The goal? To create a truly sustainable property that is self-contained, serves the regional population, and educates the population on the future of farming through a unique "agripreneur" program.
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Businesses

Equity incentives for employees: options that don’t surrender control of the business

Owner-managed and family-owned businesses are often faced with the quandary of how to effectively motivate their teams to build and maintain value for the enterprise. Incentivizing employees for the long haul can be confusing territory, and owners should know that options are available in the grey area between cash bonuses and equity ownership. Offering creative packages that link employees to the growth of the company can have an immediate, positive impact on a company's cultural and financial future.
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Philanthropy across generations: creating a strategic roadmap

Families who give together know well that as their family grows in number and geographic reach through the generations, perspectives on philanthropic goals can take on new shapes and sizes. The initial charitable effort often evolves to reflect changes in family composition, affiliations with nonprofits, and diversity of giving vehicles. For many families, a primary goal is to create a smooth integration of the next generation into the family’s philanthropic efforts. There are as many different approaches as there are families, and the most effective plans reflect their unique goals while employing the appropriate selection of the various giving tools available.
read more >

Round the Bend Farm: How this nonprofit is making an impact with agriculture

When Desa Van Laarhoven and Geoff Kinder founded Round the Bend Farm: A Center for Restorative Community (RTB) in Dartmouth, they were moving on a mission that went beyond running the farm. The goal? To create a truly sustainable property that is self-contained, serves the regional population, and educates the population on the future of farming through a unique "agripreneur" program.
read more >

Equity incentives for employees: options that don’t surrender control of the business

Owner-managed and family-owned businesses are often faced with the quandary of how to effectively motivate their teams to build and maintain value for the enterprise. Incentivizing employees for the long haul can be confusing territory, and owners should know that options are available in the grey area between cash bonuses and equity ownership. Offering creative packages that link employees to the growth of the company can have an immediate, positive impact on a company's cultural and financial future.
read more >

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