About Centerpiece Philanthropy
The Centerpiece of your philanthropy is your vision. At the center of your best philanthropy lies your vision for how you will make your community better. This is your impact intention.
I will help you map a clear path to your goals and assess how closely you come to achieving them along the way. The result will be your finely tuned skills as a philanthropist, meaningful engagement, and what you will learn as you collaborate with others to build and enrich your community.
The Bay Area chapter of Advisors in Philanthropy recently visited Family House, a welcoming place for families to stay when their children are being treated at UCSF Benioff Hospital for life-threatening diseases.
Lessons in giving from the Chan-Zuckerberg Foundation and others show how small fish CAN have a big impact in philanthropy.
In 1897, in the midst of a severe economic downturn, Jane Stanford, the widow of Governor Leland Stanford, tried to sell her jewels for the benefit of the fledgling university that she and her husband had built in memory of their only child, Leland Stanford Jr. Despite some challenges, her legacy has gifted the university far beyond its original value.
This in-depth interview with philanthropist and art collector Norman Stone offers insight into how his practice of meditation influences his giving, his art, and his life.