Philanthropy in Diverse Communities and Grassroots Fundraising

Wednesday, February 15, 2017
2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. ET
Registration Fee: $30

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About the Webinar

Historically, philanthropy in diverse communities has gone unrecognized by mainstream philanthropic institutions. Often the assumed relationship between philanthropy and diverse communities is one of giving to people from diverse communities not giving by people from diverse communities. This webinar will review the depth and breadth of historical giving in diverse communities and traditions that impact giving. Nonprofits have to be creative and responsive to how things are done in a given community without making assumptions. Traditional definitions of philanthropy will be discussed and grassroots fundraising strategies will be identified for engaging diverse groups as donors. Participants will acquire critical awareness, skills, and systems to grow and sustain a base of diverse donors and support.

 

Learning Objectives

Participants will:

  • Become aware of new and old traditions and their impact on trends in philanthropy among different cultures
  • Learn multiple strategies for making organizations attractive to diverse communities and building relationships with diverse donors

 

Registration Benefits

With your registration you will receive:

  • Access to the live, interactive webinar
  • Unlimited access to a link to a recording of the webinar
  • A copy of the PowerPoint presentation from the webinar
  • An opportunity to ask questions after the webinar

 

Presenter:

Ruth Peebles, President, The INS Group