The National Forum for Family Philanthropy is the premier gathering for giving families.

Join us October 18-20 in Washington, DC, for three days of world-class speakers, intimate networking, and candid conversations that will help your family make a lasting impact through philanthropy.

Early Bird registration is now open exclusively for NCFP’s Friends of the Family.

Register today and secure your spot.

2017 Confirmed speakers include:

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  • Celebrated American documentarian and filmmaker Ken Burns and award-winning media commentator and author Cokie Roberts;
  • Robert Putnam, renowned social scientist and author of the New York Times bestseller Our Kids: The American Dream in Crisis;
  • Jean Case, co-founder and CEO of the Case Foundation.

Open registration begins June 1. But you can secure your spot today by becoming a member of NCFP’s Friends of the Family community. Registration for Community Foundation members of the NCFP network opens April 1. Join the Community Foundations Family Philanthropy Network to attend the National Forum.

To create an environment for safe, candid discussions and peer-to-peer networking and communication, registration is capped at 450 registrants.

Stay tuned for more announcements about this year’s exciting program — and for how you can participate in this landmark event that celebrates the past, present, and future of family philanthropy.

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