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Will Eastern KY capture a share of the enormous wealth to be transferred in the next generation?

By Ron Daley Special to KyForward Eastern Kentucky and the United States of America are in the midst of the greatest “transfer of wealth” (TOW) in the nation’s history. Research estimates that $72 trillion will transfer from one generation to another in the next decade, 2017 through 2026, representing a TOW opportunity of over $7.7 trillion. TOW is an estimate of American household wealth from...

Kentucky Philanthropy elects Al Rider chair; to hold Summit in NKY, release updated Transfer of Wealth

The Kentucky Philanthropy Initiative (KPI) Board of Directors elected former Central Kentucky Community Foundation CEO Al Rider of Elizabethtown as Chairman. Rider’s election comes as KPI prepares for the 9th Annual Summit on Philanthropy, which will be held for the first time in Northern Kentucky at the Newport Aquarium on August 29-30. Known as “Mr. Education” in Hardin County, Rider has held...

OWL, Point/ARC featured in 'kNOwMORE' show on social enterprises to air on KET

At a Summit on Philanthropy conference last fall, the Kentucky Philanthropy Initiative’s President Joe Clabes introduced associate Kyle Lake to Judi Gerding, president of The Point/Arc of Northern Kentucky.   Lake’s Prosper Media Group of Lexington is producer of a KET educational awareness series featuring nonprofits, “kNOwMORE.” KPI provides nonprofit affiliation services...

KPI Summit: Author Rabb says ‘community connectedness’ key to business sustainability

By Taylor Clements KyForward correspondent   The Kentucky Philanthropy Initiative kicked off its sixth annual Kentucky Summit on Philanthropy Tuesday with a keynote speech by Chris Rabb, author of Invisible Capital: How Unseen Forces Shape Entrepreneurial Opportunity.   Founded in 2008, the Kentucky Philanthropy Initiative is a nonprofit organization dedicated to advocating and informing...

KPI Summit: Author Rabb says 'community connectedness' key to business sustainability

By Taylor Clements KyForward correspondent   The Kentucky Philanthropy Initiative kicked off its sixth annual Kentucky Summit on Philanthropy Tuesday with a keynote speech by Chris Rabb, author of Invisible Capital: How Unseen Forces Shape Entrepreneurial Opportunity.   Founded in 2008, the Kentucky Philanthropy Initiative is a nonprofit organization dedicated to advocating and informing...