“Be fruitful and multiply” may be a bounteous Biblical injunction, but it sure can disrupt the charitable mission of a family foundation. As succeeding generations rise to take seats at the foundation board, it can quickly become difficult to harmonize the newcomers’ priorities with those of the foundation’s original donors. Too often this leads to clashes and family rancor, or the severance of a foundation’s actions from its intended purposes, which has a corrosive effect on the willingness of future donors to give. One foundation that has done a clever job of keeping later generations interested while remaining true to the philanthropic preferences of its founders is the Raskob Foundation of Delaware. Now in its fifth generation, with over 100 family members eligible to participate in the foundation’s work, Raskob has a simple means for keeping faith without squelching the creativity and priorities of younger family members. Raskob simply requires that every domestic grantee must be listed in the Official Catholic Directory, and that it provide a letter from its local bishop affirming that the organization is who it says it is. This allows family members living in different regions, with different passions, to advocate for a wide range of charities—but all under an umbrella consistent with the strong Catholic faith of the original donors.