Americans are giving to causes they care about in new ways. What factors explain changes in generosity?
Join a panel of giving experts as we discuss patterns in giving in America and efforts to increase giving among emerging generations of philanthropists.
A new, interactive, online platform from the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy called Generosity For Life*, seeks to deepen the understanding of American giving and inspire a new generation of philanthropists.
November 14, 2017
Our panel of experts will explore:
- Exclusive overview of the new Generosity For Life website - a one-stop resource for nonprofit leaders, researchers, teachers, and community groups with interactive tools and maps, customizable reports, and personal stories providing a visual snapshot of trends in giving
- Success stories and techniques being employed by nonprofits to engage younger generations in philanthropy through technology and innovation
- New Insights and trends from the (PPS) - a longitudinal study on giving, which follows the same 9,000 American households throughout their lives, tracking giving, volunteering, and factors that influence philanthropic practices across generations
- Bill Stanczykiewicz (Director, The Fund Raising School)
- Derrick Feldmann (CEO, Achieve)
- Dr. Una Osili (Associate Dean for Research and International Programs, IU Lilly Family School of Philanthropy)
- Angela White (Senior Consultant and CEO, Johnson, Grossnickle and Associates)
- Chris Jarvis (REALIZED WORTH)
*GenerosityForLife.org was made possible through the generous support of the John Templeton Foundation.