CCS is proud to partner with the IU Lilly Family School of Philanthropy on the release of the Everyday Donors of Color report, funded by the Gates Foundation.

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

Principal & Managing Director