Next Gen Donors: Respecting Legacy, Revolutionizing Philanthropy is a new study conducted by the Johnson Center’s Frey Chair for Family Philanthropy and the group 21/64. The report is based on a survey of over 300 high-capacity donors aged 21 to 40 as well as 30 in-depth interviews.
The research found that wealthy young donors say they are more focused than their parents and grandparents on producing a measurable impact with their giving. They want to achieve impact through more hands-on peer-networked philanthropy .
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