The field of philanthropy is becoming increasingly complex. Over the past three decades, giving has changed and the nonprofit sector has seen tremendous growth and responded to cultural changes. Declines in religious giving, along with the creation of national public charities and vehicles like donor-advised funds, have altered traditional philanthropic practice. Challenges have emerged as the field has professionalized, and the sector continues to see increasing demand.
In this webinar hosted by the Center for Nonprofits & Philanthropy at the Bush School of Government & Public Service, Michael Moody and Jeff Williams discuss what nonprofit organizations, donors, and institutional donors can do to prepare for sustaining the important work of philanthropy in a new era of change and challenge.
- Michael Moody, Johnson Center for Philanthropy, Grand Valley State University
- Jeff Williams, Johnson Center for Philanthropy, Grand Valley State University
MODERATOR: Angela Seaworth, Center for Nonprofits & Philanthropy, Texas A&M University
Original recording date: February 20, 2023