Thank you for your interest in 22 in 21: The State of Our Philanthropy.
The Thursday March 15 main session of 22 in 21: The State of Our Philanthropy – the Charture Institute’s latest 22 in 21 – has sold out. If you still want to attend, you have two alternatives.
#1 – GUARANTEED ATTENDANCE – Buy a ticket to our second, related event: Dinner with keynote speaker Justin Farrell. A few tickets remain to the Thursday evening dinner. Each dinner ticket also includes a (transferable) ticket to Thursday morning’s main session.
#2 – WAIT LIST – Those on the wait list are cleared on a first-come, first-served basis. While there is no guarantee, historically ten or so people have made it off the wait list at each past 22 in 21. We will clear people from the wait list through 8:00 am on Thursday, March 15. If you are cleared from the wait list, we will charge you $100 for the event (includes lunch).
For either option please complete the signup form at the bottom of this page.
Thanks so much for your interest in 22 in 21.
For the past two decades, Jackson Hole has enjoyed extraordinary philanthropic bounty. During this time, not only has the community supported the construction of a number of remarkable capital facilities – including the Wildlife Art Museum, the Center for the Arts, and Grand Teton National Park’s Craig Thomas Discovery Center – but also contributed over $100 million to local non-profits through Old Bill’s Fun Run.
In short, there has been a Golden Age of Philanthropy in Jackson Hole. The question is, will it continue?
Much of Jackson Hole’s philanthropic success has been due to the generosity of its well-to-do residents. While it’s clear that a lot of new money is moving into the Tetons region, far less clear is whether these new arrivals share the same values that have underpinned the community’s Golden Age of Philanthropy.
There is great speculation about the nature of the new money, but only one person may have the answers. Justin Farrell is a Yale sociologist who has spent the past two years working on a book about the attitudes of Jackson Hole’s well-to-do residents and second home owners. The centerpiece of his research is in-depth interviews with 150 primary and second home owners, conversations which have given him unique insight into the values and motivations of the community’s well-to-do.
What brings wealthy people to the Tetons? How do they connect to the community? What motivates them? Thanks to his research, Dr. Farrell can shed light on these and other questions that, up to now, have been the subject of great speculation but no real fact-based understanding.
Dr. Farrell, a Charture Institute Advisory Board member, will present his findings about Jackson Hole’s well-to-do at two different events, both on Thursday, March 15, 2018.
From 9:30 am to 1:00 pm, Dr. Farrell will be the keynote speaker at Charture’s 22 in 21: The State of Our Philanthropy session. The session will include other speakers offering insights into Jackson Hole’s wealth and philanthropy, including Jonathan Schechter, Charture’s Executive Director and the community’s leading economic analyst. Tickets are $100, and include lunch. The venue is Spring Creek Ranch.
From 6:00 – 9:00 pm on Thursday evening, Dr. Farrell will be the guest of honor at an intimate dinner, at which guests will have a chance to explore his work in greater depth. Tickets for this event are $375 per person, which includes a ticket to the morning session.
To register, please fill in all fields below. Please note that all fields are required – you must fill them all in to complete your registration.
Please also note that this is a two-part registration. After entering your information below, you’ll be taken to Paypal to pay your registration fee.Your registration will be confirmed when you receive two e-mails, one for each step. The first will be from Charture, confirming your registration. The second will be from PayPal, confirming your payment.