The relationship between private wealth, philanthropy and society is as complex and personal as it is rewarding. The way individuals are approaching philanthropy has evolved in recent years, with philanthropists taking the very best of the corporate world and adding more rigor and measurement to how they give back to social causes, reprioritizing how and where they invest, and going beyond financial contributions to direct both time and talent to their philanthropic endeavors.
With this in mind, KPMG’s Family Office & Private Client team has conducted extensive research ―including market analysis, surveys and in-depth interviews with philanthropists across the globe―to uncover how they support various causes, the approaches they adopt, as well as the successes and lessons learned through their respective journeys.
The resulting Future of Philanthropy campaign provides numerous insight into emerging trends in philanthropy.
In a report discussing research findings and providing further insights from philanthropists globally, KPMG’s Family Office & Private Client team shares leading practices in philanthropy and how ultra-high-net-worth individuals (UHNWIs) and family offices are giving back.