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"The Year in Review: Perfect Storm Batters Philanthropic Sector." PND: Philanthropy News Digest. 5 Jan 2003.

“Did You Know?” MoreThanMoneyZine. January 2003. 

“Resource Reminders: The State of Philanthropy.” Family Giving News. January 2003. 

“Perfect Storm Batters Philanthropic Sector.” Philanthropy News Digest. 2 January 2003.

“BC study: $41 trillion wealth transfer on track.” Boston Business Journal. 8 January 2003.

“Study: History’s largest transfer of wealth on schedule.” Silicon Valley / San Jose Business Journal. 8 January 2003.

Business 1060AM WBIX’s “Market Wrap with Mark Mills.” “The Markets May Be Down, But the Largest Intergenerational Transfer of Wealth in History Is Still Coming to Town.” 9 January 2003.

“BC Researchers Defend Validity of $41 Trillion Wealth Transfer.” Philanthropy News Digest. 9 January 2003.

"BC Researchers Defend Validity of $41 Trillion Wealth Transfer.” CharityNews-USA. 9 January 2003. 

Kalb, Loretta. “Wealth-Shift Study” in Moneywise column. Sacramento Bee. 12 January 2003.

Delaney, Patricia. “BC Study Affirms ‘Golden Age’ for Giving.” The Boston College Chronicle. 16 January 2003.

“Why the $41 Trillion Wealth Transfer Estimate is Still Valid.” Gift Planner’s Digest. The Planned Giving Design Center. 27 January 2003. 

Frangos, Solia Nygard. “Wealth shift on track: Charity still expected to get $6 trillion over 55 years.” Philanthropy Journal. 29 January 2003.


“The Largest Intergenerational Transfer of Wealth in History.” The Planned Giving Pulse. February 2003. 

“$41 Trillion Transfer Projection—With $6 Trillion to Charity—Remains Valid.” The NonProfit Times. 3 February 2003. 

“The Markets May Be Down, But the Largest Intergenerational Transfer of Wealth in History is Still Coming to Town.” HNW Wealth News. 5 February 2003. 

“Schervish a research fellow.” Daily News Tribune. 5 February 2003.

Wolverton, Brad. “21st Century Sell: Companies use high-tech services to help people create foundations.” The Chronicle of Philanthropy. 6 February 2003.

Dempsey, Susan Carey. “Still Bullish on Boomers.” 7 February 2003.

Giving New England: Building Bridges for Charitable Giving. "Intergenerational Transfer of Wealth STILL $41 trillion." Newsletter January 2003.


Clolery, Paul. “$41 Trillion Transfer: Researchers say projection is still valid.” The NonProfit Times. 1 March 2003.

Aldrich, Nelson W., Stephen M. Pollan, and Mark Levine. “Rich Kids: To Give or Not to Give?” Worth. March 2003.

“Publications.” The Boston College Chronicle. 13 March 2003.


Tempel, Eugene, Paul Schervish, Patrick Rooney and John Havens. “Insights on Giving; History foretells a fundraising recovery.” The NonProfit Times. 1 April 2003. 

Raghunathan, Anuradha. “Private banks clamor to serve rich depositors.” The Dallas Morning News. 8 April 2003.

Auer, Robert. “Taxes aside, huge transfer of wealth is still expected.” Indianapolis Business Journal. 14 April 2003.

Shapiro, Nina. “Can the Rich Be Good?” Seattle Weekly. 16-22 April 2003.

Salmon, Jacqueline and Hamil R. Harris. “Pr. George’s a Leader in Giving: Residents Near Top in Rate of Charitable Donations.” Washington Post. 29 April 2003.

Gerloff, Pamela. “Wealth Transfer in an Age of Affluence; an interview with Paul G. Schervish.” MoreThanMoneyZine. April 2003.


Plummer, Allen. "Affordable Foundations: Technology is Helping to Make Foundations A Reality For More Clients." On Wall Street. 1 May 2003 

Weiss, Michael J. “Great Expectations.” American Demographics. May 2003. pp.27-35. 

WHRO 90.3FM, WHRV 89.5FM. "Hear Say with Cathy Lewis." Leave a Legacy." 16 May 2003.

Williamson, Kerry. "Rich And Poor Alike Motivated To Help By Supporting Charities. Philanthropy Based On Making Others Happy - Researcher." Edmonton Journal. 31 May 2003.


Aldrich, Nelson W. “Charity Case: Does Philanthropy Need an Overhaul?” The Boston Globe. 1 June 2003.

Williamson, Kerry. “Figuring Out Why We Give To Charity: Experts Here For Weekend Conference.” Calgary Herald. 1 June 2003.

Dubner, Stephen. “Suddenly Popular: You’ve Just Inherited a Fortune, Making You Part of the Largest Transfer of Private Wealth in History. Now Everyone Wants a Piece of You.” The New York Times Magazine. 8 June 2003.