What’s New in Philanthropy? Giving Circles, Social Investment and Engaged Millenials

What’s New in Philanthropy? Giving Circles, Social Investment and Engaged Millenials

Categories: Lectures and Seminars | Intended for

Thursday, February 25, 2016

2:30 PM - 5:00 PM

2nd Floor Conference Rooms River Building

1125 Colonel By Dr, Ottawa, ON

Contact Information

Anna Riethman, 613.520.2600 ext. 1985, Anna.Riethman@carleton.ca

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Limited - Register Now

Cost

Free

About this Event

Host Organization: Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership - School of Public Policy and Administration
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Philanthropy is being reinvented in a variety of ways. Giving circles are creating new collective approaches. Social investment, with expectations of financial as well as social returns, may be attracting new contributors – or detracting from traditional giving. The Millennial generation is actively engaged but in quite different ways and with different motivations than their parents. Explore these issues with:

Angela Eikenberry, Professor, University of Nebraska Omaha, author of Giving Circles
Daniel Tisch, Founding Partner, Social Venture Partners
Brian Toller, President, Tolcor Investments; Board member, Community Foundations of Canada
Angela Dzinas, Alterna Savings
Jesse Cressman-Dickinson, Read Guernsey, Mitchell Kutney & Kasia Polanska, Just Change

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120 spaces capacity, 10 spot(s) left.