Reflective • Family Philanthropy • Next Gen Involvement

Inspiring Generosity through the Generations


Sharing tangible tips and tools to help you and your family practice generosity at home.

When we’re navigating our everyday lives, jumping from one calendar appointment to the next, rushing to drop off children at school, soccer practice, doctor visits, board meetings, dance class…

Whew…it can be challenging to slow down and acknowledge the positive impact our day-to-day actions have on others. How can families balance busy schedules, center community engagement, and spread kindness while living in a resource-rich environment?

Join us for an intimate and interactive virtual session that will shine a spotlight on where your family glows and has room to grow when practicing generosity inside your family unit and out in our community. You will be guided through a presentation and participatory exercises that will show you best practices for how to be more intentional when actively influencing children and teens to grow goodness around them.


To allow for meaningful participation, the session will be limited to 15 attendees each. 

 



Who is this session for? This session is focused on resources for parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles and anyone else who wants to inspire generosity in younger generations.

The sessions are limited to 15 attendees. We ask that attendees be associated with a charitable fund at Greater Horizons (ex., fund founders, spouses, adult children, significant others associated with your philanthropic journey).


Thursday, September 15, 2022
12 to 1:30 p.m. Central on Zoom

Please indicate your preferred session date using the form below and include any additional guests you'd like to join you. If you are interested, but not able to attend, please still indicate your interest below, and include another month that might better align with your schedule.

Since spaces are limited, we will notify you when your registration is confirmed.

Questions? Contact Sidney Peterson at events@greaterhorizons.org or 816.627.3414. 



 

Sessions are recommended for adults.

September 15 or another month in the year (please indicate what is best for you)

 

We strive to host inclusive, accessible convenings that enable all individuals to engage fully. To request an accommodation or for inquiries about accessibility, please contact Sidney Peterson at events@greaterhorizons.org or 816.627.3414.
 


Our Facilitators
 

Senior Philanthropic Advisor Gwen Wurst
Gwen Wurst

Gwen is a Senior Philanthropic Advisor for Greater Horizons, where she helps develop custom giving solutions for multigenerational families and works with private family foundations to facilitate their strategic grantmaking. She has completed 21/64 training and has walked alongside donors carrying out their philanthropic missions for over 25 years. Gwen earned a Bachelor of Arts in English with a concentration in communications at St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minn. She currently serves on the board of directors of the Henry E. Wurst Family Foundation.

 

Senior Philanthropic Advisor Whitney Hosty

Whitney Hosty, CAP®

Whitney is a Senior Philanthropic Advisor for Greater Horizons, where she oversees donor education programs and works closely with families and private foundations to focus and guide their philanthropic investments. She has earned the Chartered Advisor in Philanthropy® certification and has completed 21/64 training to better serve the donors she works with. Whitney earned a Bachelor of Arts in French studies and a concentration in leadership studies from Williams College in Williamstown, Mass. She currently serves on the Board of Trustees at St. Paul’s Episcopal Day School in Kansas City, Missouri and is president of the Williams College Regional Alumni Association.

 

Philanthropic Advisor Kelli Doyle

Kelli Doyle

Kelli is a Philanthropic Advisor for Greater Horizons, where she works with individuals, families and private foundations to support their charitable giving. She has completed 21/64 training and has over 10 years of consulting experience. Kelli earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychological and Brain Sciences from Dartmouth College and a Master of Science in Education from Baylor University. She currently serves on the boards of the Modern Family Alliance and the Berkley Child and Family Development Center - Family Involvement Program.