Here are some resources from RG and beyond, free for download!
Classified: How to stop hiding your privilege and use it for social change
Co-published by Resource Generation, Emerging Practitioners in Philanthropy (EPIP), 21/64, and Council on Foundations. Eighteen Interviews with philanthropic leaders who talk about what the next generation has to offer in exchange for what seasoned leaders can provide.
Creating Change Through Family Philanthropy
Authored by Alison Goldberg, Karen Pittelman, and Resource Generation. Many families are looking for ways to engage the ‘next generation’ in philanthropy. Creating Change Through Family Philanthropy gives young people the tools they need to not just participate but help transform the field itself. Complete with personal stories and exercises, the guide is also an essential resource for anyone who works with families with wealth.
Social Change Philanthropy 101
Resource Generation’s basic information sheet on the tenets and history of social change philanthropy.
Using Your Power Wisely: 65 Ways to Take Action
Want some ideas about how to use your resources, power and privilege for justice and equity? Check out this document where we’ve broken down many of ways our members and broader community are taking action as young people with wealth and class privilege. Find ideas for action if you have money or investments, have class privilege, are an RG Member, or want to help elsewhere. Chock full of links and resources, it’s a invaluable tool. Check it out and take a step towards using your power and privilege for good.
The idea that being wealthy equals being the smartest, hardest-working, and most deserving can have some pretty strange effects on our lives. This happens so often that no matter how cool and down-to-earth we are, it can end up seeping into our brains and influencing the way we act. At RG we like to call this the side-effects of class privilege. The Side Effects go deep. They actually change the way we act and relate to people. Luckily we have the power to counteract their efforts and change the way we act, but we need to be able to recognize what they look like. Learning to laugh at them doesn’t hurt either. So here are a few of the most common Side Effects, in a handy card format.
Download the Class Privilege Side-effect Cards
Download the Side Effects as they originally appeared in the RG publication Classified
Resources co-published by Resource Generation and 21/64 for young people involved in philanthropy.
- Resources for Young People in Philanthropy, 2010. A list of organizations, programs, and publication for young people involved in philanthropy.
- 52 Ways to Take Action. Topics include personal/family, governance, investments, grantmaking, education and advocacy.
- Glossary of Terms. You are not imagining it—the field of philanthropy is full of lingo and acronyms and tax-related terms. We have compiled this glossary from definitions provided by the Donors Forum of Chicago, The Foundation Center and included a few of our own.
Voices Carry: Young People with Wealth Talk About Silence, Guilt and Social Change. An RG Zine by Courtney Young.
Protest Privilege: Young People with Wealth Talk About Class and Activism. An RG Zine by Courtney Young.
Searching for the Ox. A zine by RG members Adam Roberts and Kate Poole.