Five Philanthropy Mistakes Families Make

By Jillian Wagenheim   Family philanthropy is an incredible way to instill values, strengthen family bonds, share passions and build a legacy.  However, even a road paved with good intentions can be fraught with issues. Below are five common mistakes… Continue reading

Meet Board Member Scott Jordan

Through his lifestyle as a Community Foundation board member, family man, banker, and volunteer, Forsyth resident Scott Jordan emphasizes the importance of looking beyond oneself for the betterment of others. Learn more about him through our Q&A! CFNEG: What do… Continue reading

The Philanthropy Conversation

It’s an important conversation but one that’s not always easy to start. Join us for breakfast on May 9th from 7:30 – 9 a.m. as Charlie Jordan, partner and wealth advisor at Brightworth, gives you the tools you need to start the… Continue reading

Changing the World One Child at a Time

Photo: Kares 4 Kids donated 1,360 books to 22 libraries in Dekalb County in January 2019 It was March of 1990. Fundholders Bryan and Marci Fair had graduated college and moved from Arizona to Georgia just two years before, after… Continue reading

Q&A with Board Member Sloan Jones

She’s the associate vice president of communications at Georgia Gwinnett College and one of our newest board members. For Sloan Jones, changing her community through education is one of her passions. Read more about her in our Q&A! CFNEG: Why… Continue reading

Leading Change: Times of Transition

Times of transition bring the most potential for good and bad in your organization. Join us on Thursday, March 21, 2019 as Miles Welch, executive director of Leadership Initiatives at The John C. Maxwell Leadership Center, shows why change is so… Continue reading
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