is a non-profit practice specializing in next generation and multigenerational
engagement in philanthropy and family enterprise. As families engage the next
generation in their foundations, donor advised funds, and other forms of family
enterprise, there is an increasing need for clarity, communication and
multigenerational collaboration. 21/64 offers coaching and peer networks for
next generation funders, consulting services for multigenerational families,
foundations and family offices, as well as speaking engagements and training
for institutions striving to engage the next generation of their clients. All
educational consultations include 21/64’s uniquely-developed resource tools to
assist individuals, families and advisors during these times of generational
works with individuals, families, next-generation funders, and advisors to
families through four hands-on approaches:
Consults with families, foundations and federations
in customized settings with our uniquely developed tools to facilitate the
process of next-generation or multigenerational education, cooperation and
Convene networks of next generation family members
who explore their legacies, values and philanthropic identities alongside peers
with similar backgrounds and experiences.
Trains advisors to families who are interested in
acquiring the personal skills, generational awareness and technical tools to
work more effectively with next-generation earners and inheritors as well as multigenerational
family enterprise clients.
Communicate through research reports, articles and
speaking engagements the generational realities we discover in our work with
next generation earners and inheritors and their families.
name is a symbol of our multigenerational approach to family collaboration.
"21" symbolizes the time when young people come of age, and
"64" an age typically associated with people thinking about their
legacies. "21/64" describes the approach we take to helping
multi-generational families work together. The numbers are not meant to be
exclusive of people older or younger, rather inclusive of the four generations
above the age of 21 in American society today.