Philanthropic elders can strengthen the family philanthropy experience, describes Dr. Sharilyn Hale.
Dr. Hale in conversation with Canadian Family Offices on why charitable giving in Canada is at a crossroads,
Giving and Fundraising Trends by Dr. Sharilyn Hale – Intersections & Innovations: Change for Canada’s Voluntary and Nonprofit Sector,
The Muttart Foundation (2021).
Giving Together: How Generous Families in Canada are Navigating Family Continuity and Community,
Canadian Charity Law Association (May 12, 2021).
How Philanthropy Can Support Both Family Governance and Legacy,
Let’s Talk Family Enterprise (Dec. 2020).
Do Better Philanthropists Provide Better Philanthropy?
Carleton University PANL (Fall, 2020).
A New Model for How Generous Families Organize Their Giving,
National Center for Family Philanthropy (June 2020).
Increase Your Family-Philanthropy-Savvy: Understanding How Families Give,
The Vitreo Group Provocateur (March 2020).
The State of Family Giving as the Next Generation Takes the Torch.
BrainTrust Philanthropy Podcast, powered by Vitreo (2020).
Building Lives of Purpose: Engaging the Next Generation in Philanthropy.
VIDEO Private client event, Burgundy Asset Management, Toronto (2019).
The Giving Governance of Multi-Generational Families:
A study of how generous families in Canada organize to make philanthropic decisions. Dissertation Summary, Hale (2019).
If You’ve Seen One Board…You’ve Only Seen One Board: Building Great Governance.
BrainTrust Philanthropy Podcast, powered by Vitreo (2017).
Giving in the Caribbean: Building Upon Cultures of Generosity to Strengthen the Nonprofit Sector,
Palgrave Handbook of Global Philanthropy, Hale (2015).