Media Citations - 2000
center on wealth and philanthropy
Bernholz, Lucy. "Foundations for the Future, Emerging Trends in Foundation Philanthropy." University of Southern California Center on Philanthropy & Public Policy. January 2000.
Allen, Kent. 2000. PHILANTHROPY: GIVE AND TAKE; What's Not in a Name, and Why. The Washington Post, 11 Jan. sec. A, p. A3.
The PGC Interview. Interview. Planned Gifts Counselor January 2000.
Begley, Sharon. 2000. So Long Snoopy & Co. Newsweek. 1 January.
Cox, Christopher. 2000. MILLENNIUM; A CENTURY OF LIFESTYLE; Of life, liberty, and the pursuit of leisure; Unable to relax as a busy century ends. The Boston Herald, 1 January.
Billitteri, Thomas J. 2000. Technology and Accountability Will Shape the Future of Philanthropy. The Chronicle of Philanthropy, 13 January, p. 16.
Bander, Jo Anne Chester. Wealthy Americans improve lot of the less fortunate. Miami Herald, 10 January.
Schervish, Paul. 2000. The Modern Medici: Patterns, Motivations, and Giving Strategies of the Wealthy. What's New about Philanthropy? 19-20 January.
"New Wealth May Foster Anti-Death Sentiment". 2000. The Bulletin's Frontrunner. 25 January.
Ullmann, Owen. New wealth will make 'death tax' hit home; Next generation faces a burden of prosperity. USA Today, 25 January, sec. A, p.1.
The PGC Interview. Interview. Planned Gifts Counselor. February 2000.
Lazarus, David. 2000. Sudden Wealth Syndrome just no fun. Globe and Mail (Toronto), 16 Feb.
Murphy, Kevin. 2000. Movement to relax estate tax gains bipartisan support. Forth Worth Star-Telegram, 7 Feb.
Murphy, Kevin. 2000. Inheritance taxes come under fire in Capitol. The Kansas City Star, 6 Feb, p. A1.
You Can't Take It With You- "Death Tax" Is Boon For Charities. 2000. Research Alert 18(3).
Lazarus, David. 2000. Overcoming the New-Money Blues; Troubled new millionaires seek expert help in coping with the curse of the Midas touch. The San Francisco Chronicle, 8 Feb, p. C1.
"Four in 10 Grandparents see their Grandchildren at least once a Week." 2000. Research Alert, 4 February.
Heir apparents. 2000. News & Observer (Raleigh), 6 Feb. Lickteig, Mary Ann. 2000. Longtime fans tell Schulz what 'Peanuts' meant. Morning Call (Allentown), 13 Feb.
Lickteig, Mary Ann. 2000. So long to Peanuts and Schulz. Orange County Register, 13 Feb.
Lickteig, Mary Ann. 2000. Good grief!. Macon Telegraph, 13 Feb, 1A.
Lickteig, Mary Ann. 2000. Grief over loss of "peanuts' spreads around the world. Eagle (Reading, PA), 13 Feb.
Lickteig, Mary Ann. 2000. You're a missed man, Mr. Schulz. The Gazette (Montreal), 13 Feb, A1.
Lickteig, Mary Ann. 2000. Schulz Dies Along With Final Strip. AP Online, 13 Feb.
Millward, David and Simon Davis. Now Charlie Brown will never get to kick the ball; Charles Schulz died the day before his final Peanuts comic strip was published, ending the gentle humour that touched millions. The Daily Telegraph (London), 14 Feb, p. 03.
Who's What Where. 2000. Boston Sunday Globe- Northwest, 20 Feb.
May, Bill. 2000. Connecting to Today's Wealthy Sects. The Journal Report. 21 Feb.
McGuire, Donna. 2000. Experts predict that increasing wealth will fuel more philanthropy-Up to $136 trillion now projected to change hands. The Kansas City Star, 26 Feb.
Schervish, Paul G. and John J. Havens. 2000. Millionaires and the Millennium. In The Boston Foundation, Inc. [online]. Boston, MA: Planned Giving Design Center, 1998 [cited 15 February 2000]. Available from World Wide Web: http://www.pgdc.net/TBF/GPD-20000215101519.
Kaplan, Allison. 2000. Charities aim to tap into new wealth. Chicago Daily Herald, 28 Feb, p.1.
Delaney, Patricia. 2000. SWRI Receives Grant to Broaden Study of Wealth. The Boston College Chronicle, 2 March; p.5.
Prince, Russ Alan and Karen Maru File. 2000. Clients & Prospects-How Big Is Big? The high-net-worth market is bigger than even the optimists project. Its size is a mystery. Financial Planning, 01 March.
Prince, Russ Alan and Karen Maru File. 2000. Billion Dollar Broker-How Many Wealthy Are There? On Wall Street, 01 March.
Herubin, Danielle. 2000. Inherit the Windfall. The Orange County Register, 5 March.
Huisking, Charlie. 2000. Art lovers worry: donations in doubt; Southwest Florida arts organizations count on people like Howard Tibbals, Bea Friedman and Ted Weiller- Retirees who like donating their money to cultural groups. Sarasota Herald-Tribune, 5 March.
Prince, Russ Alan. 2000. Wealthy Primed For Charitable Giving. National Underwriter, Life & Health/Financial Services Edition, 6 March; p.20.
Brown, Patricia Leigh. 2000. Well-Heeled: Children of the Wealthy Must Learn Responsibility. Chattanooga Times/Chattanooga Free Press, 19 March, p.11.
Press Release: Fidelity Unveils Legacy Services Program. 8 March 2000
Brown, Patricia Leigh. 2000. Money becomes kids' role model; New wealth raises fears of warping lives, values. Times-Picayune (New Orleans), 10 March.
Brown, Patricia Leigh. 2000. Money and Markets in America. International Herald Tribune, 11 March 2000, p 1.
Bryant, Adam. 2000. A Millionaire Moment; The publishing industry, eyeing dollar signs, is pumping out feel-good tomes on building a stash. Newsweek, 13 March, 48.
Smith, Sean. 2000. Schervish Earns Fulbright Grant. The Boston College Chronicle, 16 March.
Brown, Patricia Leigh. 2000. Teaching Johnny Values Where Money Is King. The New York Times, 10 March, A1.
Brown, Patricia Leigh. 2000. Who wants to grow up a millionaire? New York Times, 11 March, p.A1.
Knirk, Carl. 2000. Providing for the Future Church. The Episcopal Voice, March 2000.
Fidelity Investments. 2000. Giving and the Intergenerational Transfer of Wealth. The Benefactor, March.
Feulner, Edwin J. 2000. Putting the "Trust" Back in "Trustee". Philanthropy, March/April: 40-41.
Kessler, Glenn. 2000. Conflicting Signals. International Herald Tribune, 11 March.
Nuveen Investments. Advertisement. March 2000.
Dunn, Ashley. 2000. Newly wealthy find riches often bring unsettling changes. Los Angeles Times, April, p.C1.
Dunn, Ashley. 2000. Fairy Tale Falls Short For Rich. Los Angeles Times, 14 March, A1.
Brown, Patricia Leigh. 2000. 'Sudden wealth syndrome' rich in challenges for kids.The New York Times, April.
Samuelson, Robert J. 2000. Darling, It'll All Be Yours-Soon. Newsweek, 3 April, p.66.
Schervish, Paul G. 2000. The Forum, April, p.2. Associated Grant Makers. 2000. Philanthropy and the Media: An Interview with Paul Schervish.
Associated Grant Makers Focus, April, p.1.
Mashberg, Tom. 2000. Virtual gold glitters for U.S. Boston Herald, 9 April.
Money as a Parenting Topic. New York Times.
Delaney, Patricia. 2000. Social Welfare Research Institute. The Boston College Chronicle, 13 April.
Santo, David. NYSE Stocks In The New. Investor's Business Daily, 28 April 2000.
Golden Prospects. Philanthropy Matters, April, p.3.
Herman, Tracy. 2000. Detecting Demand. Registered Representative, April.
Landry, Clay J. and J. Bishop Grewell. 2000. 'Death tax' translates to death penalty for endangered species. The Deseret News, 23 April.
Leigh Brown, Patricia. 2000. Teaching Johnny to Cope with Sudden Wealth Syndrome. Sacramento Bee, 9 April, p.11.
Investor's Business Daily, 28 April 2000.
Nouveau Riche Numbers Jump; Today's millionaires are making it the new-fashioned way; They earn it. Forecast, April 2000.
Perry, Ann. 2000. Age of interitance; The transfer of wealth from America's WWII generation creates great expectations. The San DiegoTribune, 2 May, p. 1, Business.
New Grants. The Chronicle of Philanthropy, 4 May 2000.
Carbonara, Peter. 2000. Heal The Rich!. Money, May.
Deibel, Mary. 2000. Worried wealthy have to pay price for peace. Commercial Appeal, 7 May.
Deibel, Mary. 2000. Suddenly you're rich; so why do you feel lousy? Rocky Mountain News, 6 May, p.2A.
King, Marsha. 2000. Boomer metamorphose: Facing late life, many in post-WWII generation are seeking unconventional challenges. The Seattle Times, 8 May, p.1.
Ruotolo, George C., Jr. Statement for AAFRC Trust for Philanthropy. 24 May 2000.
Weigand, Russell G. Statement for AAFRC Trust for Philanthropy. 24 May 2000.
Eaton Vance Announces The Introduction of The U.S. Charitable Gift Fund And Its Pooled Income Funds, Designed To Meet Wealth Transfer Needs of Investors. Business Wire, 11 April 2000.
Best's Insurance News. 2000. Demand for Estate Planning Grows. Dow Jones Interactive Newsstand, 30 May.
Institute receives grant to study philanthropy. Belmont Citizen-Herald, 25 May 2000, p.21.
King, Marsha. 2000. Boomers do it again: Redefining the Second Half of Life. San Francisco Examiner and the Dallas Morning News, 14 May 2000
King, Marsha. 2000. Many older baby boomers are driven to reinvent themselves. The Sunday Gazette Mail, 14 May, p.12A.
King, Marsha. 2000. Reinventing life's second half; As baby boomers sneak up on middle age, a generation seeks alternatives to retirement. The Dallas Morning News, 14 May.
Gigot, Paul A. 2000. Why Death and Taxes Are No Longer Certain. The Wall Street Journal, 2 June.
Marks Jarvis, Gail. 2000. Trillions in wealth to transfer. St. Paul Pioneer Press, 18 June, p.1D.
Women's Philanthropy Institute. 2000. Facts About Women, Wealth and Giving. March 2000
Porter, Jeff. 2000. Newly rich uneasy about heirs' perspective. Arkansas Democrat Gazette, 27 June.
Kay, Andrea. 2000. Being rich not for everybody. Cincinnati Enquirer, 19 June.
"Bill to Phase Out Estate Tax is Far From Being a Done Deal." CNBC: Upfront Tonight. 9 June 2000.
"House Votes To Phase Out Estate Tax." NBC Nightly News. NBC. 9 June 2000.
Fitzgerald, Beth. 2000. Wealth strategists help new millionaires give it away. The Houston Chronicle, 11 June.
Cruz, Humberto. 2000. Many in U.S. Have No Idea How to Make an Estate Plan. Salt Lake Tribune, 18 June.
Marks Jarvis, Gail. Trillions in Wealth to Transfer. St. Paul Pioneer Press, 18 June. Cruz, Humberto. 2000. Investigate Estate Planning. Dayton Daily News, 26 June.
Cruz, Humberto. 2000. Don't neglect estate planning. Sunday Press-Telegram (Long Beach), 25 June.
Cruz, Humberto. 2000. Estate planning relevant for many more Americans. Morning Call (Allentown, PA), 26 June.
Seaton, Michelle. 2000. The Rich Are Different. Robb Report, June.
Fitzgerald, Beth. 2000. Newly rich taking philanthropy to heart-and health and mind. Grand Rapids Press, 11 June.
Kay, Andrea. 2000. Be careful what you wish for. Gannett News Service, 20 June.
Kay, Andrea. 2000. Getting rich quick can be depressing. Florida Today, 25 June.
Cruz, Humberto. 2000. Estate planning heads to middle America. Tampa Tribune and Times, 25 June.
Cruz, Humberto. 2000. The Savings Game; Investigate Estate Planning. Dayton Daily News, 26 June.
Cruz, Humberto. 2000. Planning allows you to pass more on to heirs. Greenville News, 26 June.
Cruz, Humberto and Diane Lade. 2000. Plan now or Uncle Sam will nip into your assets. Sun Sentinel (Fort Lauderdale), 26 June.
Cruz, Humberto. 2000. Estate planning isn't just for Bill Gates anymore. Orange County Register, 26 June.
Torner, Nancy. Lawyers learning to tell clients how to receive when giving. Chicago Lawyer, July 2000.
Cruz, Humberto. 2000. Aging Americans waking up to importance of estate planning. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 2 July.
Cruz, Humberto. 2000. Estate Planning Today Keep IRS Away. The Arizona Republic, 2 July.
Allen, Kent. 2000. Philanthropy: Give and Take. Washington Post, 11 July, p.A21.
Abelson, Reed. 2000. New Philanthropists Put Donations to Work. The New York Times, 12 July.
Cruz, Humberto. 2000. Plan now to save later on. San Antonio Express-News, 26 June, p.1E. Jacoby, Jeff. 2000. Estate tax is burden for small-business owners. Kansas City Star, 2 July.
Cruz, Humberto. 2000. Estate planning looming larger. Cincinnati Enquirer, 8 July.
Lehr Jr., William. Foundations becoming more visible. Sunday Harrisburg Patriot, 16 July.
Breyer, Michelle. High tech's instant successes leave some rich with envy. Austin American-Statesman & Cox News Service, 22 July.
Greenfeld, Karl Taro. 2000. A New Way of Giving. Time, 24 July.
Von Sternberg, Bob. 2000. Many say death to the 'death' tax; As Americans get richer, the desire to repeal the estate tax is more popular than ever. Minneapolis Star Tribune, 24 July, p.1.
Breyer, Michelle. 2000. Tech-boom illionaires are the envy of Austin. Columbus Dispatch, 24 July.
Washington, Joanne Gray. Clinton Accuses Republicans of Going on Tax Cut Binge. Australian Financial Review, 26 July.
Billitteri, Thomas J. 2000. People with Big Estates Leave Little to Charity. The Chronicle of Philanthropy, 27 July.
Breyer, Michelle. 2000. New wealth sparks envy of onlookers. St. Paul Pioneer Press, 27 July, p.8C.
Billitteri, Thomas J. 2000. A Taxing Dilemma. The Chronicle of Philanthropy, 27 July.
Higgins, Amy. 2000. Estate tax-Repeal may not hurt charities; Dodging taxes isn't only reason to give money; Higher purpose seen in charitable donations. The Cincinnati Enquirer, 29 July.
Members' Update. Interview. Foundation July/August 2000.
Orlans, Harold. Anonymous Giving. Change, July/August 2000.
Kiplinger's Money Power. 2000. Philanthropy in America has a bright future, study predicts. Salt Lake Deseret News, 6 August.
Regan, Keith. 2000. Retired bosses donate corporate know-how to charity. Boston Business Journal, July 28-Aug. 3, p.3.
Kalb, Loretta. 2000. Study says legacy of $136 trillion possible in 2052. Sacramento Bee, 6 August.
Samuelson, Robert J. The Unspoken Battle of Generations. The Washington Post, 9 August.
The NonProfit Times. The NPT Power and Influence Top 50. The NonProfit Times, August 2000, p.31.
Samuelson, Robert J. 2000. The issue of generational fairness. The San Diego Union- Tribune, 10 August, p.B-12.
Samuelson, Robert. 2000. The graying of American politics. Tulsa World, 11 August.
Feldman, Amy Debra. 2000. An Enviable Dilemma: What to Do With All My Billions? Green Magazine, 21 August. Samuelson, Robert J. 2000. New politics, old explanations. The Boston Globe, 22 August, p.C4.
Akron Beacon Journal. 2000. When Your Aging Folks Need Help. Akron Beacon Journal, 24 August, p.25G.
Roha, Ronaleen R. 2000. Charity Gets Personal. Kiplinger's Personal Finance Magazine, September, p.115.
Kansas City Star. 2000 Low-Key Wealthy Nurture Charity: Frugal-living millionares flourish in Prosperous Times. 3 September.
Herubin, Danielle. 2000. Who is managing Baby-boom Inheritance? So far, Not banks. Knight Rider Newspapers. 3 September.
Washington Post. 2000 Site to See: Resources for Online Giving. 6 September 2000. The Charlotte Observer.
Spivak, Jeffrey. 2000. Frugal in Life, She left Millions. Kansas City Star, 3 September.
Hicks, Tony. 2000. Business Students in Berkley, Calif., Get Schooling in Philanthropy. Knight Rider/Tribune Business News, 8 September.
Boston Herald. Start-ups seek profit in charity. 25 September 2000 (Technology Today) Kiplinger's Money Power, 2000. Philanthropy to Enter Golden Age. 11 September 2000. (Detroit Free Press)
Howes, Lawrence E. 2000. How to pass money on to the next generation. Denver Business Journal, 22 September.
Spivak, Jeffrey. 2000. Unknown Millionaire Next Door Changing Face of Philanthropy. Salt Lake Tribune, 26 September.
Spivak, Jeffrey. 2000. Donors' frugal habits pay off for charities. Fresno Bee . 26 September.
Carr, Rebecca and Steve Bennish. 2000. Some 'Nonprofits' Outearn Businesses. Dayton Daily News, 8 October, p. A1.
Gubernick, Lisa and Lisa Vickery. 2000. Charities School New Plutocrats in Art of Giving. The Wall Street Journal, 11 October, p.B1.
The Augusta Chronicle. 2000. Editorial: The 'New Philanthropy.' 30 September. Inc. 2000. Getting for the givers, October.
Hwang, Suein. 2000. There Goes the Neighborhood. The Wall Street Journal, 12 October.
Business Wire. 2000. HSBC Bank USA Hosts Philanthropy Forum, 18 October.
Farrell, Christopher. 2000. Charity: Why so many are giving so much. Business Week, 9 October.
Orlans, Harold. 2000. Anonymous Giving. Change, 1 July, p. 6. Los Angeles Times. 2000.
The New Class of Inheritors, 24 October, p. E1.
Gutner, Toddi. 2000. Philanthropy with a Woman's Touch. Business Week, 30 October.
Bennish, Steve and Rebecca Carr. 2000. Some 'nonprofits' outearn businesses. Dayton Daily News. 8 October.
Futurific Magazine. 2000. Donations Hit a 30-Year High. October.
Meister, Doris. 2000. New Entrepreneurs Changing the Face of Philanthropy. Women's Magazine, November.
Serwach, Joseph. 2000. Planned Giving Keeps Dreams Alive. Crain's Detroit Business. 27 November.
50+ Lifestyles. Protecting Your Family's Money. December.
Page, Andrew. 2000. The New Philanthropy. Avenue. December.
Haaland, Lynette. 2000. Women's Organization Ahead of Giving Targets. Rochester Business Journal. 1 December.
Kronemyer, Bob. 2000. The Inheritance Boom. Indiana Business Magazine. 1 December.
Halverson, Guy. 2000. Americans' generous reach. The Christian Science Monitor. 4 December, p. 15.
Boston Herald Magazine. 2000. Learning: Philosopher of philanthropy. 3 December, p. 8.
Mashberg, Tom. 2000. Season's Roots Run Deep. Boston Sunday Herald. 24 December.
Davis, Lisa. 2000. It's a Wonderful Life and Arts. Fort Worth Star Telegram. 25 December.
Marino, Erin Lynn. 2000. Philanthropists of Color a Vast Well of New Givers. The Houston Chronicle. 26 December.
Kilborn, Peter T. 1999. Charity for Poor Lags Behind Need in Prosperous Era; Surge in Demand for Aid is Seen. The New York Times. 12 December, p. 1.
Philanthropy News Digest. 1999. High-tech Millionairs Look for New Solutions to Old Problems. 14 December.
Champy, Jim. 1999. New Economy, New Philanthropy. Omaha Daily Record. 29 December.
Law, Violet. 1999. Filling the pot; Salvation Army bell-ringers 'play' on your sympathy. The Patriot Ledger, 8 December.
Kilborn, Peter T. 1999. As affluence rises, donations to poor and needy fall off. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. 12 December.
Kilborn, Peter T. 1999. Donations to the poor fall short. Plain Dealer. 12 December, p. 1A.
Kilborn, Peter T. 1999. Charities: Gifts to poor declining. Charlotte Observer. 12 December, p. 1A.
Kilborn, Peter T. 1999. Poor get less charity now. Mobile Register. 12 December, p. 1A.
Kilborn, Peter T. 1999. Social-service charities aren't sharing in boom. Columbus Dispatch, 12 December, p. 1A.
Kilborn, Peter T. 1999. Prosperity yielding ironic lag in philanthropy. San Antonio Express-News, 12 December. Forbes. 1999. Other Comments. 13 December.
Kilborn, Peter T. 1999. Why must charities struggle to survive? American-Statesman, 14 December.
St. Petersburg Times. 1999. Banking on the inheritance bubble. 19 December, p.3H. Herubin, Danielle. 1999. Sharing the pile. Lexington Herald-Leader, 26 December.
Voboril, Mary. 1999. The Importance of 'Peanuts.' Newsday, 29 December. Nash, Jeff. 1999. Brokerages boost estate planning to boomers. Investment News, 6 December, p. 3.
PR Newswire. 1999. In the Spirit of the Season, Henning Receives a Gift That Will Give Forever! 21 December.
Herubin, Danielle. 1999. Many compete to manage giant inheritance; bankers, brokers, foundations pursue boomers 'bubble.' Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 14 December, p. F2.
Herubin, Danielle. 1999. Many look to cash in on their inheritance 'bubble.' The Charlotte Observer, 14 December.
National Review. 1999. For the record. 31 December.
Kilborn, Peter T. 1999. Prosperity not reaching some charities. Tampa Tribune and Times, 12 December.
Kilborn, Peter T. 1999. Charities not seeing an age of prosperity. Orange County Register, 12 December.