Money as interaction, not transaction? You can make it happen

Dungan engages with all ages

Transforming the conversation about money from transaction to interaction is a challenge for many families, but one that national consultant Nathan Dungan took on at a recent multi-generational gathering of Community Foundation donors. The founder of Share, Save, Spend knows the importance of finding a balance in dealing with money, especially as parents and grandparents seek to pass on their values as part of their legacy to the next generation.

Starting a conversation about your family’s money stories can be a powerful way to help future generations find the combination of sharing, saving and spending that is right for them.

Click on this link to Nathan’s two-minute video on money as interaction. Or contact Erin Stephenson to find out more about how the Community Foundation works with families interested in their philanthropic legacy.


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