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A New
Generation of
Philanthropy

Many committed donors are actively seeking to include the next generation in their strategic philanthropy.  Involving the next generation at an early stage in the family’s philanthropic decision-making can help to encourage individual engagement as well as a sense of shared purpose.

Philanthropic families generally have two goals in mind: to contribute to a better world according to their values; and to encourage the next generation to identify and support their own causes , aligning with their own values.

Investing in NBCF breast cancer medical research is philanthropy that invests in the future.

I would like to continue my philanthropy work with NBCF and expanding the Circle of 10 initiative throughout Australia. It's exciting to be part of such a great cause and teamed with such dynamic and dedicated people at NBCF.
Sanchia, Circle of 10 Founder
Engaging younger family members in the operations of our foundation helps them develop a sense of philanthropic responsibility and valuable business acumen. It also reinforces the reasons our foundation was created in the first place
Jan Swinhoe, Doherty Swinhoe Family Foundation
NBCF is committed to nurturing early and mid-career researchers – this is because we also firmly believe in investing in the future. These are the researchers who will influence future generations and lead us towards our research goal to stop deaths from breast cancer by 2030.