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Step 4: Amplify your impact

Giving is very personal. But it can also be more fun—and more effective—if we connect with others who share our goals. Similarly, engaging your children or other family in giving can be a wonderful way to reinforce shared values and create strong connections between generations. The resources here can help you find better ways to give together.

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Learn about ways to engage
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Discover the best ways to involve kids

Jason Franklin, author of Outrageous Generosity, is inspired by people coming together to solve problems.

Hear him describe the impact of collaborative giving
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Why talking about giving is important
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View the tools and resources

About Fidelity Charitable

We're one of the largest grant makers in the country, and our mission is to grow the American tradition of philanthropy by providing programs that make charitable giving accessible, simple, and effective.

Learn more about Fidelity Charitable