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Purposeful Philanthropy

Purposeful Philanthropy2018-10-10T13:07:02+00:00

Purposeful Philanthropy is the art of thoughtfully, intentionally and purposefully integrating the passion, spirit and commitment of philanthropy into the fabric of your family system.

Purposeful Philanthropy is an incredibly powerful tool that can be used not only to create lasting positive change in our communities and in the world but also within our own families.  Family philanthropy empowers beneficiaries and offsets the fear and danger of entitlement.

It is our belief that a family’s true wealth lies in the wisdom, values, virtues, life lessons, social, cultural and spiritual values that are passed on from one generation to the next. Purposeful Philanthropy can strengthen these core values and virtues.  Furthermore, we recognize that a shared philanthropic journey creates not only compassion but also resiliency and a commitment to purposeful self-sufficiency in the next generations of our family.

The Purposeful Planning Institute brings to light new, innovative and cutting edge ideas in Philanthropy through select PPI teleconferences, in our annual Rendezvous and in various workshops and we can assist you with incorporating Purposeful Philanthropy into your life, your practice, and your work with legacy families and families in business.

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PPI offers a Philanthropic Professional membership at the discounted rate of $300 per year or $30 per month.  Learn more about the benefits of membership: purposefulplanninginstitute.com/membership/ 

Spotlight on Philanthropy

Bruce Deboskey

Bruce DeBoskey
PPI Dean of Philanthropy

Philanthropic strategist for families, businesses and foundations…

Bruce DeBoskey, J.D., is a Colorado-based Philanthropic Strategist with The DeBoskey Group, a national consulting practice founded in 2010 to help families, individuals, businesses and foundations design and implement thoughtful philanthropic strategies to achieve meaningful impact for themselves and their communities.

He writes a nationally-syndicated column “On Philanthropy” appearing initially in the Denver Post and then distributed to over 600 newspapers and other news outlets across the U.S. and abroad, is the Dean of Philanthropy for the Purposeful Planning Institute, and a Certified 21/64 Trainer.  Bruce served for nearly nine years as the Anti-Defamation League’s Mountain States Regional Director, and before that, as a Colorado civil litigator.  He holds a B.A. from Indiana University and a J.D. from the Georgetown University Law Center.

To learn more about Bruce and his work visit www.deboskeygroup.com

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