If you are an experienced fundraiser with significant expertise, then The Fund Raising School has a professional development opportunity designed especially for you!
The landscape of charitable giving in the United States is changing. What do fundraisers need to know, and how should they respond to new opportunities?
Learn the answers to these questions at The Fund Raising School’s Leadership Roundtable!
This year’s event features the latest research on trends in donor behavior as well national examples that all nonprofits can learn from and emulate. The agenda includes:
- Dr. Patricia Snell Herzog’s presentation based on her seminal book, “American Generosity: Who Gives, and Why;”
- Dr. Patrick Rooney with updated information on how federal tax policy is affecting charitable giving;
- Dr. Laurie Paarlberg on the impact donor advised funds in the private sector are having on community foundations and what that means for fundraising;
- Dr. Kim Williams-Pulfer on high net worth donors in under-represented communities; and
- Dr. Una Osili, expanding on her recent TIME Magazine comments about the changing landscape in American giving.
Meanwhile, two national success stories will inspire the fundraising efforts of nonprofits of all sizes and sectors. Ginny Clark will describe the Smithsonian Institution’s remarkable capital campaign while Julie Teer will explain how Boys and Girls Clubs of America launched into the top 10 of the Philanthropy 400 with new annual fund strategies.
You have the fundraising expertise, but you still -- and will always -- need the latest information and research as you sharpen your fundraising and leadership abilities. Don't miss this unique opportunity to take your fundraising and your leadership to the next level.
When: June 27-28, 2019
Where: Indianapolis, IN
View the agenda.