How is the digital transformation changing the way we engage in philanthropy? If you are a donor, how often do you make gifts online, contribute to a crowdfunding campaign, or use an app to make your charitable gifts? If you work at a nonprofit organization, how is your organization engaging donors online?
The future of fundraising is definitely multichannel. Some organizations, such as the Lurie Children’s Hospital, are digitizing all of their peer-to-peer fundraising efforts. Others are consciously staying focused on person-to-person fundraising.
More than 20 bold leaders will share their experiences at Philanthropy Plugged In: Creating community in the digital age, the Women’s Philanthropy Institute’s sixth national conversation about women and philanthropy. Join us March 31–April 1 in Chicago to explore the expanding philanthropic landscape at the intersection of technology, gender, and giving.
- Sheryl Olitzky and Amanda Quraishi about how they have leveraged technology to build community at the Sisterhood of Salaam Shalom
- Social entrepreneurs Amany Killawi, Tiffany Williams, and Rachel Klausner, and why they created platforms to encourage giving and the audiences they reach
- Giving Tuesday experts Jamie McDonald and Kathleen Murphy Toms as they share what’s behind the ongoing success of this global movement for generosity
- Giving circle leaders Liz Fisher and Marsha Morgan about creating a super network of giving circle networks to increase giving
- And connect with many more powerful stories of social change.
This conference has something for everyone—donors, fundraisers, nonprofit leaders, board members, technology geeks, marketing pros, and curious individuals. The pulse of philanthropy is quickening. At Philanthropy Plugged In, step back and reflect on how the digital transformation is affecting your philanthropic journey.
Register today and join us in Chicago March 31-April 1. Add your voice to this timely conversation.