Jewish Charities and the Next Generation

January 27, 2011 at 10:02 PM Leave a comment

Private, family-founded foundations eventually face the challenge of passing the philanthropic assets – and the philanthropic mission – from one generation to the next.

The JTA (Jewish Telegraphic Agency) discusses these issues, with a specific focus on Jewish charities. This comes on the heels of news last week that the San Francisco-based Richard and Rhoda Goldman Fund will close its doors in two years, the remaining assets to be divided among the heirs and their own charities.

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