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Millennials vs. Boomers: Do They Speak the Same Language?

On Friday of the Bridge conference I attended “The Donors of Tomorrow: Effective Ways to Engage Millennials,” along with another demographic-based session: “Boom! How the Baby Boomers Will Transform Philanthropy.” I wasn’t planning to compare the content of the two … more

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Engage Millennials Now

Today’s two hottest words in planned giving are “Baby Boomers.” As the largest generation of American’s comes into retirement age, it is not surprising why. Today there are about 76 million Baby Boomers between the ages of 51 and 69. … more

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The Truth About Millennial Donors

As a Millennial, I’m a bit tired of the countless articles making generalizations about my generation. Usually detailing how we’re all lazy narcissists with a deep-seated sense of entitlement. That being said, NPR’s recent story on the giving habits of … more

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