In a turbulent time, baby boomers are set to pass unprecedented wealth to younger generations

Christina Wing
February 11, 2022

The last several years have seen an unprecedented amount of charitable giving from the baby boomer generation; Americans born between 1946 and 1964 are expected to account for nearly two-thirds of the wealth transfer in the next 25 years. As boomers exit the workforce, they look to their legacies, and how they can give back.

The Boston Globe‘s Robert Weisman dives into where more than $84 trillion will be donated; including education, healthcare reform, and racial justice.

Wingspan Co-Founder Christina Wing is quoted in the article: “Many of the new philanthropists will be better at giving their money away than the government will be.”

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About Christina Wing

Christina founded Wingspan Legacy Partners to help Founders and Families navigate the intersections between Family dynamics, business operations, wealth, legacy and philanthropic impact.