Giving in Community: Lessons from the Tracies

RG Alumni Oona Coy talking about her experience becoming part of the Tracies, a team of major donors who have committed to giving at least $10,000 a year for at least three years to RG. During the first year, the group voted on a name and decided to call themselves...

Let's stretch together! My Spring Appeal Letter for RG

Dear Friends of RG, Happy Resource Generation 15th Anniversary! It is an honor to ask you to support RG as I transition off staff. Will you join me by donating today? Today is the day with the greatest disparity in the distribution of wealth since the Gilded Age a...

The Multiplying Effect

RG Alumni Julie McVeigh talking about her experience becoming part of the Tracies, a team of major donors who have committed to giving at least $10,000 a year for at least three years to RG. During the first year, the group voted on a name and decided to call...

"Coming Out" as Rich Kids: Holly Fetter

Holly Fetter, an undergraduate student at Stanford and praxis group leader, originally wrote this piece in STATIC, a site for Stanford activists to connect and create. Holly writes of her piece: “This piece was written when I was first coming into my class...

"Coming Out" as Rich Kids: Elspeth Gilmore

Re-blogged, due to our partnership with Bolder Giving: Elspeth Gilmore, current executive director of RG, writes in Bolder Giving about coming to terms with class privilege and inheritance. At age 33, I’m at last coming into my own about my wealth.  I’ve made...