THE ASSOCIATION OF FUNDRAISING PROFESSIONALS SOUTHWEST FLORIDA CHAPTER ANNOUNCES ITS APRIL 2021 PROGRAM - TRENDS IN GIVING
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SARASOTA, Fla. – April 8, 2021 – The Southwest Florida Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP-SWFL), one of the most active chapters of professional fundraisers in the nation, offering members the opportunity to connect with colleagues, engage in creative thinking, network with new friends and achieve great results in their work, presents Trends in Giving with Dr. Bill Stanczykiewicz, from the Lily Family School of Philanthropy at Indiana University on Tuesday, April 13 2021 at 12:00 pm via Zoom.
As the economy remains in flux, philanthropic efforts and giving from individuals and corporations figure to take on different looks and forms than before the coronavirus swept across America. How will donors' behaviors change as the pandemic continues? How will philanthropy look across different economic classes and races? How will charitable funds be handled and distributed? Will international philanthropy be adversely affected? How will giving trends now translate to the next pandemic or disaster? Please join us as expert Bill Stanczykiewicz from Indiana University’s Fundraising School addresses today’s fundraising needs and helps us prepare for tomorrow’s opportunities using practical tools, innovative strategies and ethical practices.
Serving as assistant dean for external relations, Bill Stanczykiewicz oversees communications and fundraising for the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy while directing The Fund Raising School. Bill also serves as a core faculty member, teaching graduate and bachelor’s level courses on philanthropy, fundraising, and leadership.
Bill’s professional career spans the philanthropic, public, and private sectors. He served for 17 years as President & CEO of the Indiana Youth Institute, a statewide nonprofit devoted to healthy youth development and academic achievement. This opportunity followed his leadership position in the mayor’s office in Indianapolis, where he served as policy director for community renewal, designing and implementing The Front Porch Alliance.
“The Lilly Family School of Philanthropy is the world’s first school dedicated solely to the study and teaching of philanthropy,” said Tracy Vanderneck, AFP-SWFL Chapter President. “We are thrilled to welcome Dr. Stanczykiewicz and The Lily Family School of Philanthropy (virtually) for the first time in this region of Florida, and look forward to hearing Dr. Stanczykiewicz share insights on the current state of philanthropy.”
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Cost: $15 for AFP members, $25 for nonmembers.
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About AFP Southwest Florida: AFP is an individual membership association advancing philanthropy through education, training and advocacy based on research, a code of ethical principles and standards of professional practice. Southwest Florida Chapter is recognized as a Ten Star Chapter because of its stellar programming offered in the Sarasota/Manatee region.