Video Clip and Discussion Guide: You have interests and talents that can be used to help out your community. Find out how to connect your passions with community needs in this video and discussion guide.
What do you want to know about an organization that you have made a grant to this year or in the past? How can you continue to ensure your grantmaking process is successful in the future?
Depends on group
What needs have you heard about in your community? How can grantmaking serve those needs?
- For each small group, copies of/links to three local newspapers or new sources (may include ...
by Alllison N. Stitle
by Jamie Mittman
Generation Z is the youngest, largest, and most ethnically diverse generation in American history (Premack, 2018). Generation Z are young people born between the years 1996 and 2014 (Earls, 2017). Members of Generation Z...
In what ways can we make spaces for youth philanthropists more inclusive? How can you provide for diversity, equity and inclusion in your youth philanthropy group?
- Flipchart paper
- Markers ...
What does it mean to be included in a group? What kind of influence can you hold as a youth philanthropists in a group setting?
- Flip chart paper
In this activity participants learn through physical experience how people are involved in communities and introduce the idea of “holding in trust” through a physical activity.
In this activity participants get to know one another and discover their commonalities and differences. What similarities do I have with others? What differences do I have with others? Why are both important?
How can you create relationships with local community members and professionals? What are some ways you can begin conversations with these people?
- Index cards or worksheet with introduction questions ...