This report highlights the insights of a small group of high-net-worth Millennial and Gen Z donors who are committed to equity and wealth redistribution, as well as how they define and practice social justice philanthropy.
While giving by younger generations is of great interest to the field, few studies have focused on this subset of wealthy, predominantly female donors, many who identify as queer or part of the LGBTQ+ community. For those who wish to grow social justice giving, the full report shares details on these donors’ motivations, behaviors, and challenges.
Six core practices of social justice giving
- Cede power
- Be transparent
- Empower others
- Change systems
- Give wholly
- Challenge oneself
These practices come from a study of young, wealthy, predominantly female social justice donors, many of whom identify as queer or LGBTQ+.