Philanthropic giving plays a crucial role in our communities, and it is the lifeblood for many not-for-profit organizations. Having an in-depth understanding of philanthropic trends and dynamics – especially in changing times – can help not-for-profits create effective fundraising strategies and thoughtfully prepare for the future.
On June 22, join Katz, Sapper & Miller and Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy at IUPUI's Dr. Una Osili and Dr. Anna Pruitt as we discuss insights from their research for Giving USA’s annual report on philanthropy. Giving USA is the longest running longitudinal study of the sources and uses of philanthropy in America, providing nearly 65 years’ worth of data on giving trends in the U.S.
The webinar will cover the following topics:
• Philanthropic trends across the U.S.
• The state of charitable giving in Indiana
• The pandemic’s effect on philanthropy
• Racial justice giving
• What the data means for 2021 and beyond
Attendees are eligible to receive up to 1 hour of CPE credit.
• Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
• Prerequisites: None
• Advanced Prep: None
• Program Level: Basic
• Delivery Method: Group Internet-Based
• Target Audience: Not-for-Profit Professionals, Board Members
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