This forum will be a conference call.
Conference Dial-in: 1-218-862-1300
Conference Code: 218537
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An Open Forum on New Forms of Giving in the Altruistic Economy
On Thursday April 12 at 3-4:30 PM PT, join us for a virtual open dialogue with:
- Lucy Bernholz, philanthropy wonk, visiting scholar at the Stanford University Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society, and Managing Director at Arabella Advisors. @p2173 on Twitter.
- T. Hampton Dohrman, arts management consultant and lead coordinator for Creative Pinellas, Philanthropic Young Tampa Bay, FEAST Tampa Bay, Think Small to Think Big, and Awesome Foundation Tampa Bay. @thamptondohrman on Twitter.
The landscape of giving (aka the altruistic or social economy) is beginning to shift. Not content with the traditional institutions of charity and philanthropy, people are experimenting with new approaches, including crowdfunding online and collaborative giving circles offline, though the line is often blurred. Collectively, some people are calling this emergent pattern New Giving.
Join us for an open conversation with 6 top leaders of this trend. Each will briefly present what they are learning from their projects, and then we will open the conversation to all participants to bring their questions and ideas forward.
We are making final technology decisions for this conversation, so please sign up for the New Giving announcement list (very low volume) to be sure to get the final details.
StartSomeGood is a platform for changemakers to raise the funds and grow the community of supporters they need to transform an idea for good into action and impact.
Adventures in New Giving is a new project, a 90-day, 10-city, multimedia road trip, exploring the frontiers of the altruistic economy, through research, story and community building. The open forum is an early example of the work this project will accomplish. The Adventures project is raising start up funds on StartSomeGood. You can learn more at www.AdventuresinNewGiving.com, following the project on Facebook and/or Twitter, and signing up for the very-low-volume announcement list.