- July 15, 2021
11:00 am EDT - 12:00 pm EDT
The pandemic has upended every expectation and assumption about our lives, including in the social sector. Despite fears of a decline in giving, millions of people around the world created a surge in generosity in response to the unprecedented need. On GivingTuesday in 2020, people gave $2.47 billion in just one day, just in the United States, an amount that is more than all but one U.S. philanthropic foundation gave in a full year during 2019.
Yet the public, philanthropic leaders and nonprofits are rightfully reexamining their roles; they’re thinking about what giving looks like in the digital era and how to ensure generosity continues to grow once the crisis is over.
This expert panel will address trends in giving – from donations to volunteering, and from traditional methods to those that are just starting to emerge.
- Celeste Flores, U.S. communities lead for GivingTuesday
- Jason Saul, executive director of the Center for Impact Sciences and co-founder of the Impact Genome Project
- Bhumika Regmi, digital manager for Malala Fund
- Carla Warner, director of revenue innovation for the No Kid Hungry campaign
- Anthony Shop, chairman of National Digital Roundtable and co-founder of Social Driver (moderator)
FREE for PRSA NCC members using the link below.