Socially Responsible Investing

Advice on Advisors

Posted April 29, 2015 by Colette

Advice on Advisors

I grew up moving from ‘relatively comfortable’ to verifiably wealthy. I was well provided-for, and, provided­ for. I never had much monetary awareness -my family always told me we were upper-middle class. A few memories of attempts to learn more … Continue reading »

Meet Iris Brilliant!

Posted August 12, 2014 by Iris

Meet Iris Brilliant!

Iris Brilliant is the new Family Philanthropy and Impact Investing Organizer at Resource Generation. She grew up in the Marin County, CA and currently lives in a seven-person collective in Oakland, CA. Her first praxis group at RG was so … Continue reading »

Letters for Tax Justice

Posted February 28, 2013 by Isaac Lev Szmonko

Letters for Tax Justice

 

On February 20th, Resource Generation members around the country participated in a national day of action to stop “fiscal cliff” cuts to social programs and call for higher taxes on the rich. (You can find information about the impacts … Continue reading »

The Great Contradiction

Posted July 21, 2011 by Graves

The Great Contradiction

At the heart of philanthropy is a great contradiction, one that our generation is struggling to resolve. Many philanthropists accumulated their wealth through disruptive innovations, ruthless business practice, or, as Balzac said, “great wealth with no obvious source is some … Continue reading »