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Growing Philanthropy in the U.S. Recommendations at Seattle area Non Profits Gathering February 29
Growing Philanthropy in the U.S. recommendations from the Center for Philanthropy will be shared by Richard Bray, Seattle area philanthropy advisor, at the Renton Area Nonprofits United (RANU) meeting on February 29, 8:30am – 10am.
The Growing Philanthropy in the U.S. report is based on extensive nationwide research and the Growing Philanthropy Summit, which brought together 30 influential leaders from the nonprofit industry for discussions in Washington, D.C. last June. It provides recommendation on how non profits can increase charitable giving during these challenging economic times.
Demand for services have increased significantly at many charities and yet charitable giving has remained stuck at 2% of disposable income for the past 40 years according to authors of the report. The Growing Philanthropy in the U.S. full report can be accessed at https://www.blackbaud.com/
“Charities and donors can be more effective in their philanthropy to help more people in need and expand their impact in these difficult times. We will share some recommendations that will help,” says Richard Bray, a longtime philanthropy advisor.
Renton Area Non Profits United (RANU) is sponsored by the Renton Chamber of Commerce. It brings together diverse nonprofits, social organizations, and businesses serving the greater Renton community. This partnership becomes more effective through increased collaboration, learning, and sharing of resources.
Richard Bray is a strategic philanthropy advisor helping non-profits, individuals and businesses further their values and desire for community impact. He has helped to foster generosity in the Greater Seattle and Puget Sound region for the past twenty years and is a member of the Washington Planned Giving Council. He can be reached at 206-898-7036 or Richard.Bray@
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