Jerusalem Event: Adapting to An Evolving U.S. Economy
As donors recover from the Great Recession, debate the possibility of a “Fiscal Cliff,” and re-prioritize their personal finances, nonprofit organizations around the world are significantly impacted.
Each year, new technologies and techniques are introduced into the nonprofit marketplace in order to adapt to an ever-changing U.S. economy
… but are they working?
Join Avrum D. Lapin and Dan Brown as they discuss the newest trends in philanthropy, and highlight the techniques that successful nonprofits are employing in order to thrive in an ever-evolving economy.
Topics will include:
Giving in Response to Possible “Fiscal Cliffs”
Learn how factors such as tax breaks, politics, and charitable deduction limitations may impact generosity in 2013 … and beyond.
Personalized Donor Pages
Discover how the most successful nonprofits are leveraging their social media connections to engage new donors.
Cause vs. Org
Understand how online “investment models” are changing the way philanthropists identify potential nonprofit partners.
Avrum D. Lapin, Senior Partner at The EHL Consulting Group, where he guides international NPOs to understand and implement the most effective ways to raise money and develop leaders.
Dan Brown, founder of eJewishPhilanthropy.com.
This seminar is being offered free-of-charge, but attendees must RSVP via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) by January 2, 2013.
Monday, January 7, 2013
8:30AM – 10:00AM
PresentTense Hub | Hillel 14
4th Floor | Jerusalem