A graphic of the Giving USA 2022

In this session, we hear from Dr. Una Osili, Associate Dean for Research and International Programs at the IU Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, who leads the research and production of Giving USA, a publication of the Giving USA Foundation. Dr. Osili presents trends from the latest report, which features a look back at charitable giving in 2021.

Following the presentation, panelists dive into a discussion on the significance and implications of this year’s numbers.

PRESENTED BY

Kara Ramirez Mullins

Kara Ramirez Mullins

Chief Advancement Officer

National Geographic Society
Lisa Wallack

Lisa Wallack

Vice Chair, International Board of Directors

Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF)
Dr. Anna Pruitt

Dr. Anna Pruitt

Managing Editor, Giving USA

IU Lilly Family School of Philanthropy
Dr. Una Osili

Dr. Una Osili

Associate Dean for Research and International Programs; Dean’s Fellow, Mays Family Institute on Diverse Philanthropy

IU Lilly Family School of Philanthropy
Sarah Krasin

Sarah Krasin

Managing Director

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Publication

Philanthropic Landscape Report, 11th Edition

Featuring essential philanthropic research from all major sources in the industry, this exclusive report will examine key themes in American philanthropy and the latest data on giving by U.S. individuals, foundations, and corporations.

July 20, 2021
Event

Perspectives on Philanthropy — Giving USA 2022

Join the discussion about philanthropic trends revealed by the Giving USA 2022 report by registering for any of our upcoming events.

Thursday, July 14, 2022

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PRESENTED BY

Robyn Deutsch

Robyn Deutsch

Senior Director

Leah Heister Burton

Leah Heister Burton

Deputy Director and Chief Advancement Officer

The Guggenheim
Karie Burch

Karie Burch

Director of Development

Portland Arts Museum
Nicole Stratton

Nicole Stratton

Vice President

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Meeting the Moment: A Case Study on Building a Successful Planned Giving Program for an Arts & Culture Institution in the Jewish Sector

CCS’s partnership with Holocaust Museum LA (HMLA) serves as a helpful example of how to design an effective planned giving program.

June 24, 2022
Video

Perspectives on Philanthropy: Giving USA 2022 Release Webinar

CCS Fundraising is proud to partner with the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy on this webinar marking the June 21 release of Giving USA 2022: The Annual Report on Philanthropy.

June 21, 2022

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PRESENTED BY

Aashika Patel

Aashika Patel

Senior Vice President

Ian Swedish

Ian Swedish

Senior Vice President

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Meeting the Moment: A Case Study on Building a Successful Planned Giving Program for an Arts & Culture Institution in the Jewish Sector

CCS’s partnership with Holocaust Museum LA (HMLA) serves as a helpful example of how to design an effective planned giving program.

June 24, 2022
Video

Perspectives on Philanthropy: Giving USA 2022 Release Webinar

CCS Fundraising is proud to partner with the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy on this webinar marking the June 21 release of Giving USA 2022: The Annual Report on Philanthropy.

June 21, 2022

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PRESENTED BY

Allyson Reaves

Allyson Reaves

Senior Vice President

Robert B. Rice

Robert B. Rice

Vice Chairman

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Meeting the Moment: A Case Study on Building a Successful Planned Giving Program for an Arts & Culture Institution in the Jewish Sector

CCS’s partnership with Holocaust Museum LA (HMLA) serves as a helpful example of how to design an effective planned giving program.

June 24, 2022
Video

Perspectives on Philanthropy: Giving USA 2022 Release Webinar

CCS Fundraising is proud to partner with the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy on this webinar marking the June 21 release of Giving USA 2022: The Annual Report on Philanthropy.

June 21, 2022

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Amid pandemic challenges, nearly 90 percent of affluent households gave to charities in 2020, comparable to past years. At the same time, the study found notable shifts in the way donors give across different generations. This represents significant implications for philanthropists and the nonprofit sector going forward.

During this virtual panel discussion, we examine the study’s key findings on the giving patterns and priorities of High Net Worth Individuals (HNWIs) and what this means for nonprofits. Learn practical insights on major gift fundraising, how to accelerate a relationship with a HNWI, and the keys to positioning an extraordinary gift.

PRESENTED BY

William Jarvis

William Jarvis

Managing Director

Philanthropic Executive, Bank of America
Shelley Goode

Shelley Goode

Chief Development Officer

KIPP Foundation
Dr. Una Osili

Dr. Una Osili

Associate Dean for Research and International Programs; Dean’s Fellow, Mays Family Institute on Diverse Philanthropy

IU Lilly Family School of Philanthropy
Sarah Krasin

Sarah Krasin

Managing Director

Thomas Kissane

Thomas Kissane

Vice Chairman

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Article

The Power of a Pledge: Turn Annual Support into Major Gifts

Pledges can help donors deepen their ownership of an organization’s success, consolidate and define their giving commitment, and elevate recognition for their long-term generosity. Organizations benefit from pledges through more reliable income, donors that are more invested in the mission, and a larger major gift program. In this article, learn how to maximize a donor’s philanthropic potential through pledges with eight easy steps and a successful case study.

October 16, 2021
Publication

CCS Philanthropy Pulse

The CCS Philanthropy Pulse survey report provides a window into the fundraising practices of almost 900 organizations based on data collected in late 2021. Check out both our main report and sector-specific spotlights for Arts & Culture, Health, Higher Education, Human Services, Independent Schools, and Religion.

January 25, 2022

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During this virtual panel discussion, four women nonprofit leaders journey through the evolution of women’s philanthropic impact. The women put perspective on their past, present and future outlooks. They also leverage case studies and personal experience to shed light on what it means to be a woman in the industry while providing high-level advice to the next generation of women leaders.

PRESENTED BY

Marietta Ulacia

Marietta Ulacia

Executive Director

Afro Latin Jazz Alliance
Svetlana Mostovsky

Svetlana Mostovsky

Vice President, Development

Catalyst
Leslie Granger, CAWA

Leslie Granger, CAWA

President and CEO

Bideawee
Leigh Taublib-Kiriat

Leigh Taublib-Kiriat

Senior Vice President

Caroline Chick

Caroline Chick

Managing Director

PRESENTED BY

Adam Miller

Adam Miller

Senior Vice President

Sarah Krasin

Sarah Krasin

Managing Director

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Article

Meeting the Moment: A Case Study on Building a Successful Planned Giving Program for an Arts & Culture Institution in the Jewish Sector

CCS’s partnership with Holocaust Museum LA (HMLA) serves as a helpful example of how to design an effective planned giving program.

June 24, 2022
Video

Perspectives on Philanthropy: Giving USA 2022 Release Webinar

CCS Fundraising is proud to partner with the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy on this webinar marking the June 21 release of Giving USA 2022: The Annual Report on Philanthropy.

June 21, 2022

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PRESENTED BY

Erin Kupferman

Erin Kupferman

Assistant Vice President

Brad Patterson

Brad Patterson

Senior Vice President

Derval Costello

Derval Costello

Managing Director

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Article

Meeting the Moment: A Case Study on Building a Successful Planned Giving Program for an Arts & Culture Institution in the Jewish Sector

CCS’s partnership with Holocaust Museum LA (HMLA) serves as a helpful example of how to design an effective planned giving program.

June 24, 2022
Video

Perspectives on Philanthropy: Giving USA 2022 Release Webinar

CCS Fundraising is proud to partner with the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy on this webinar marking the June 21 release of Giving USA 2022: The Annual Report on Philanthropy.

June 21, 2022

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PRESENTED BY

Bob Weston

Bob Weston

Senior Vice President

Kate Villa

Kate Villa

Senior Vice President

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Article

Meeting the Moment: A Case Study on Building a Successful Planned Giving Program for an Arts & Culture Institution in the Jewish Sector

CCS’s partnership with Holocaust Museum LA (HMLA) serves as a helpful example of how to design an effective planned giving program.

June 24, 2022
Video

Perspectives on Philanthropy: Giving USA 2022 Release Webinar

CCS Fundraising is proud to partner with the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy on this webinar marking the June 21 release of Giving USA 2022: The Annual Report on Philanthropy.

June 21, 2022

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Recent census data suggest that the United States is more diverse than ever. Donors of color are also increasing their visibility and influence in philanthropy. Demographic shifts related to these groups require that the nonprofit sector expand capacity to reach diverse donors and address with urgency long-standing issues of inclusion and awareness. The sector will need to strengthen awareness, understanding, and engagement opportunities to cultivate a more inclusive and equitable sector.

During this virtual panel discussion, we examine the inclusive meanings and practices of philanthropy by concentrating on the ways that diverse populations are increasingly investing their time, talent, and dollars to make meaningful change. We’ll address the question: How are changing demographics changing our understanding of donors of color and the philanthropic landscape?

PRESENTED BY

Jeannie Infante Sager

Jeannie Infante Sager

Director, Women’s Philanthropy Institute

Lilly Family School of Philanthropy
Katherina (Kat) Rosqueta

Katherina (Kat) Rosqueta

Founding Executive Director, Adjunct Faculty

Center for High Impact Philanthropy
Dr. Una Osili

Dr. Una Osili

Associate Dean for Research and International Programs; Dean’s Fellow, Mays Family Institute on Diverse Philanthropy

IU Lilly Family School of Philanthropy
Dawn Knickerbocker

Dawn Knickerbocker

VP of Development & External Engagement

Native Americans in Philanthropy
Dr. Wayne A. I. Frederick

Dr. Wayne A. I. Frederick

President

Howard University
Patricia Eng

Patricia Eng

President & CEO

Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy (AAPIP)
Allyson Reaves

Allyson Reaves

Senior Vice President

Robert B. Rice

Robert B. Rice

Vice Chairman