Family Ties: How Philanthropy is Bridging the Generation Gap

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

NEW YORK, NY -- In recognition of National Philanthropy Month, Fiduciary Trust has developed a series of conversations to help their clients make the most of their charitable contributions. In this Q&A, Fiduciary Trust board chairwoman and General Trust Counsel Gail Cohen sits down with guest speaker Linda Franciscovich to discuss the evolution of philanthropy—how multiple generations are working together to tackle society’s most pressing challenges. Linda, who has been advising families on all areas of philanthropy for more than 20 years, is executive director of The Grossman Family Foundation, president of the Berthe M. Cote Foundation, a member of the Connecticut Council for Philanthropy’s board of directors and represents the philanthropic community on the Connecticut Governor’s Early Childhood Cabinet.

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