Giving Kids First-Hand Experience with Philanthropy

Alexander, Roxanne
July 2007
Journal of Financial Planning;Jul2007Supplement, Vol. 20, p8
Academic Journal
The article discusses how financial planners can give children first-hand experience with philanthropic giving. Charitable advice is a positive way for planners to involve clients in the financial planning process, though it is often neglected unless the client specifically tells the planner that they wish to give. The author details the many ways that financial planners can approach charitable giving, focusing on a special event designed to teach kids about the personal and social benefits of charity.


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