Donors are giving more money online, engaging in collaborative giving and giving across generations. How can community foundations keep up and flourish amidst these changing dynamics? We will explore the major trends affecting new donor engagement and the various ways community foundations are responding to grow their giving and increase their impact.
Jason Franklin, W.K. Kellogg community philanthropy chair, Dorothy A Johnson Center for Philanthropy
Dr. Jason Franklin serves as the W.K. Kellogg Community Philanthropy Chair at the Johnson Center for Philanthropy, the nation's first endowed chair focused on community philanthropy. Previously, he served for five years as Executive Director of Bolder Giving, inspiring people to give big & take more risks with their philanthropy. He also holds an appointment as an award-winning adjunct professor at New York University and serves on the boards of the Proteus Fund, Solidaire Donor Network, and 21st Century School Fund; advisory boards of the Chartered Advisors in Philanthropy Program, WiserGiving, and Credit Suisse's LGBT Equality Portfolio.
CMF Members: $35
This webinar is hosted by Council of Michigan Foundations and was originally published on May 10, 2017