Read the latest Sustainability blog post by Gioia Perugini here:
I spend a lot of time thinking about engaging the next generation, both as a parent and as a philanthropy professional who works with individuals and families. Having spent a lot of time working with Baby Boomers and their children, we are increasingly focused on Generation Z, which includes young people born after 1995. We are learning a lot from them.
Whatever your politics, the power, technological savvy and perspective of young people is undeniable. We ignore them at our peril. Earlier this month, Hemenway & Barnes hosted a breakfast exploring how “Generation Z” engages with the world of social change, civic engagement, nonprofits, and philanthropy, during which we had the unique chance to hear directly from young people themselves.
A blog about sustainability of the multigenerational family. Sustaining family wealth and
prosperity, unity and legacy, family enterprise and family office, philanthropy, and family lands.
Now more than ever, meeting the challenges of sustainable family prosperity and unity requires great thought, care and planning. Our hope is that this blog will inspire creative thinking, underscore significant issues, offer perspective, encourage communication and embolden you to take action toward sustaining your family’s legacy.