The National Center for Family Philanthropy will hold its National Forum on Family Philanthropy Oct. 18–20 in Washington, D.C.

According to organizers, the forum is designed for individual donors and family members, trustees and staff of family foundations, community foundation donors, family offices, family businesses, and community foundation CEOs or senior staff responsible for family philanthropy services.

The forum features peer-learning sessions and conversations in an environment that fosters safe, candid discussions.

Coinciding with the NCFP’s 20th anniversary, the forum celebrates the growth of family philanthropy—with an eye to the future.

Attendees will gain perspective from world-class speakers such as documentary filmmaker Ken Burns, award-winning commentator Cokie Roberts and best-selling author Robert Putnam.

Discussions will examine the latest trends in family giving and provide insights into how these trends will shape the future of the field.

Registration fees for this event range up to $1,995.

For more information, visit http://ncfpforum.org.