Leaving a legacy is so much more than making a name for yourself – it’s about inspiring future generations. With families living further apart, shared philanthropy builds family identity and bonds that once grew naturally from living close by.
The Cordes Foundation was featured in the New York Times as an example of leaving a lasting legacy in their family. Their daughter said, “I am going to be the legacy of the foundation. It is really important that I am involved.”
What if all our children could find something they were passionate about?
How do you want to be remembered?
Who do you want to inspire?