There is a great generational shift occurring in the US affecting jobs, families, and philanthropy. Today, there are five generations of donors. How do you cater to all of their unique wants and needs?
Organizations find it difficult to find ways to approach each generation of donors; they either apply one-size-fits-all tactics or only focus on one or two generations. Despite what you may have heard, donors from all generations have many things in common.
There are no silver bullets, but in this session you will learn:
- Giving characteristics and preferences for each generation,
- Tactics for approaching each generation,
- The giving approaches common to all generations of donors.
- When: Tuesday, September 19, 9:00 am - 12:00 pm EDT
- Where: TBD
- Presenter: Adam Clevenger, CFRE, Senior Associate, Loring, Sternberg & Associates
- Sponsor: Decatur County United Fund
- Cost: Free for Decatur County Staff and Volunteers, $35 for other counties
Richmond Series (final session)
Board's Role and Responsibilities
Participants will understand basic board roles and responsibilities, appropriate board size and structure, and proper ways to recruit, orient, and evaluate all board members. Plus, learn simple strategies and information you will need to move your board forward.
- When: Wednesday, September 27, 8:00 am - 11:00 am EDT
- Where: Reid Hospital, 1100 Reid Parkway, Richmond, IN
- Presenter: Nick Parkevich, CFE, Loring, Sternberg and Associates
- Sponsor: Wayne County Foundation and AFP
- Cost: TBD