Date: 14 November 2017

TPW’s “Going Beyond Giving” Report

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TPW's Report, “Going Beyond Giving: Perspectives on the philanthropic practices of high and ultra-high net worth donors," seeks to better understand high and ultra-high net worth philanthropists' motivations, actions, and practices. It is the first study to include a sample of TPW's 450+ member philanthropists, the largest global network of its kind and unique to philanthropy.  The study was created with support from the Raikes Foundation and Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

READ THE NEW YORK TIMES

Download Paul Sullivan's "Wealth Matters" column, "Forming a Picture of the New Philanthropist," published in advance of the report's formal release in the Saturday, November 11, 2017 business section of The New York Times.   

VIEW THE WEBINAR  

Click here to view the webinar and roundtable discussion that aired on November 14, 2017. The report’s co-authors, Rachel Cardone and Kimberly Dasher Tripp, joined by TPW chair-elect Lisa Wolverton, TPW board member Matthew Bowcock, and TPW senior advisor Tracy Mack Parker, presented the study’s findings and participated in a roundtable discussion. The authors presented extensive information from 219 high net worth and ultra-high net worth philanthropists from all over the world, including 132 TPW members. The panel explored how donors approach philanthropy, providing data about donor motivations, behavior, and choices—discussing important questions that merit further exploration and consideration.

DOWNLOAD TPW REPORT | "Going Beyond Giving"

Click here to download a copy of TPW's report.

MEET THE REPORT'S AUTHORS 

Click this link to learn more about the report's co-authors, Rachel Cardone and Kimberly Dasher Tripp.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS 

Click here to read summary notes and FAQs related to The Philanthropy Workshop's report. 

MEDIA INQUIRIES 

The Philanthropy Workshop will make every effort to respond to media inquiries promptly. For additional information, to discuss story ideas, and to be connected with the right expert, contact Brett Holmes at (713) 244-4178 or brett@brettholmes.com.