There are rapid changes in the fundraising world that we must keep up with or risk being left behind. In this panel webinar with three experts from across the philanthropic landscape, we'll address key trends impacting our relationships with donors, how they give, and our sustainable fundraising strategy.
Watch this webinar to hear insights on key topics like:
- How the generosity crisis has led to declines of millions of annual givers, and what we need to do to radically change the way we connect with donors.
- A shift to sustainable, inclusive fundraising that embraces donors across generations, meets them at the right time with the right message, and uses emerging technology to connect personally at scale.
- The key market trends and financial changes that will impact the way we engage donors and seek their investment in the coming years.
You'll leave this webinar with a better understanding of what's next in fundraising and what we need to do to better meet both the goals of our donors and our organizational giving goals, with terrific insights from our panelists.
About the panelists
Nathan Chappell, MBA, MNA, CFRE, Vice President, DonorSearch AI
Nathan is co-author of the groundbreaking book Generosity Crisis, where he and co-author Brian Crimmins outline the departure from traditional philanthropy by millions of Americans, and how we can reverse this trend if we embrace radical new forms of connection with our donors. As a thought leader, public speaker, author and inventor, Nathan is one of the world's foremost experts on the intersection between Artificial Intelligence and philanthropy. At DonorSearch AI, he leads AI deployments for some of the nation's largest nonprofit organization.
Greta Daniels, CFRE, Senior Vice President, RNL
Greta Daniels has extensive expertise in donor engagement strategies, university advancement and development, and annual giving. She works with colleges and universities to maximize donor giving through data-driven omnichannel campaigns that meet immediate fundraising goals while also increasing long-term donor pipeline. Previously, Greta served as director of development at the University of Pittsburgh's School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences. Her efforts helped the school cultivate more philanthropic engagement with alumni, families, friends, and organizations domestically and abroad.
Bob DiMeo, Chairman and Co-Founder, Fiducient Avisors
Bob co-founded and serves as the CEO of one of our nation's most prominent strategic investment firms helping nonprofits. He has authored and been the subject of numerous articles appearing in prominent publications including the Los Angeles Times, Crain's Chicago Business and Pensions & Investments, and has taught courses on fiduciary responsibility and related subjects. He co-authored Asset Management for Endowments & Foundations, The Practical Guide to Managing Nonprofit Assets, Nonprofit Asset Management, and 50 Billion Reasons to Grow Your Practice. He also co-hosts Nonprofit Investment Stewards, a podcast for nonprofit leaders. Bob has mentored at and served on the board for Year Up Chicago and served as a board member for the Special Olympics Illinois Foundation. He is a trustee for the Associated Colleges of Illinois, and a member of the Cardinal's Council for Catholic Charities of Chicago, where he serves on the Investment/Finance Committee.
Moderator: Brian Gawor, CFRE, Vice President of Research, RNL