2016 Philanthropic Landscape
The Future of Fundraising:
What We Know Today and What It Means for Tomorrow
August 5, 2016, 7:30 am – 10:00 am
Washington University, Edison Theatre
See the Event Presentation Slides
See the Keynore Presentation slides from Dr. Una Osili
Listen to Dr. Osili's Keynote Address
Listen to Our Panel Discussion
SEE THE RESULTS OF OUR SURVEY OF ST. LOUIS AREA NONPROFITS
SEE THE RESULTS OF OUR SURVEY OF AREA GRANTMAKERS
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VIEW PHOTOS FROM THE EVENT
This year’s Philanthropic Landscape event explored the changing face of fund development, addressing how nonprofits will have to adapt to these changes to be successful with tomorrow’s donors.
Our keynote speaker, Una Osili, Ph.D., Director of Research, Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, provided an overview of trends in philanthropy, including new funding mechanisms, trends in high net worth philanthropy, how American families give today compared to yesteryear, and what all of this mean for fundraising.
Dr. Osili has been the Director of Research at the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy since 2009. Dr. Osili is the current Chair of the Research Committee of the Women’s Philanthropy Institute, and is a member of the Research Committee of the Lake Institute for Faith and Giving. She leads the School’s extensive research program for its partners including Bank of America, United Way Worldwide, United Student Aid Funds, the Alban Institute, and National Collegiate Athletic Association. Dr. Osili provides guidance for the research for Giving USA, which is published by Giving USA Foundation. She also directs the School's signature research project, the Center on Philanthropy Panel Study (COPPS). COPPS is largest and most comprehensive study of the philanthropy of American families over time, and is conducted in partnership with the University of Michigan's Panel Study of Income Dynamics (PSID).
Following Dr. Osili’s presentation, a panel of local development experts and donors responded to Dr. Osili’s comments and took comments from the audience.