CCS is proud to partner with the IU Lilly Family School of Philanthropy and Bank of America on this discussion around the recent Bank of America Study of Philanthropy: Charitable Giving by Affluent Households.

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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