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Youth Philanthropy
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Youth Philanthropy
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Youth Philanthropy

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Presentation on Youth Philanthropy at the Fall Food & Fitness Conference, Oct 2009.

Presentation on Youth Philanthropy at the Fall Food & Fitness Conference, Oct 2009.

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  • 1. + Teens at the Grantmaking G t ki Table Becoming a Community Philanthropist Joseph Piearson Program Associate YouthPhil@IowaCouncilofFoudnations.org Y thPhil@I C il fF d ti (515) 537-6956
  • 2. + Philanthropist?
  • 3. + Philanthropy Aeschylus Prometheus Bound
  • 4. + The story goes…
  • 5. + Zeus
  • 6. + Prometheus
  • 7. + Gifts
  • 8. + Philanthropos Tropos p p  Philos + anthropos  “L i “Loving” ”  “Humanity”  More than simply “Fire & Hope”  Blind Hope  Fi Fire is k i knowledge, skills, t h l l d kill technology, art, science t i  Connected gifts
  • 9. + How many p p y people…  Could read & write?  A) 25 )  B) 75  C)12  D) 82  Have a College Education?  A) 1  B) 5  C)10  D) 2 ) 25
  • 10. + 100 People p  Own a computer  A) 1  B) 5  C)10  D) 25 )  Have food & shelter?  A) 10  B) 25  C) 50  D) 75 )
  • 11. + 100 People p  How many would be undernourished?  A) 7  B) 27  C)17  D) 77 )  Would have access to fresh water?  A) 38  B) 75  C) 57  D) 83 )
  • 12. + Philanthropy Today py y  Giving  Life changing  Strategic  Same gift, many uses g , y  FFI is similar  Time and Talent  Lending ideas  Thinking critically
  • 13. + Your Community y  A family of 4  Mom  Dad  Suzy 9  Bobby 7 y
  • 14. + Your Community y  How much would it cost to feed them for a week?  A) $750  B) $432  C) $132  D) $232
  • 15. + The Symptom vs. the Root y p Food system disconnect Little access to l t local food lf d Poor eating habits Shorter life expectancy
  • 16. + The Symptom vs. the Root y p Dropping out of pp g High School Unemployment Homeless Funding meals for shelters
  • 17. + Philanthropy py  Time, Talent, Treasure  This year in Iowa…  270 Students are engaged in YP  $139,750 granted by students  Efforts in 19 counties  Conversations in 19 counties  30 initiatives active by 2015
  • 18. + Youth Philanthropy 2004 py
  • 19. + Youth Philanthropy 2009 py
  • 20. + Youth Philanthropy py Conversations
  • 21. + REMEMBER MORE Greater $ Impact
  • 22. + Philanthropos Tropos p p  Findyour Fire  Phil Philanthropos T h Tropos  What are your talents?  Be active  Know your community  If adults don’t come to you, go to them d lt d ’t t t th  Be informed
  • 23. + Lost Generation G ti http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=42E2fAWM6rA http://www youtube com/watch?v=42E2fAWM6rA
  • 24. + Questions? Questions??? Joseph Piearson Program Associate YouthPhil@IowaCouncilofFoudnations.org Y thPhil@I C il fF d ti (515) 537-6956

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