Join us for a FREE AFP webinar at John F. Kennedy University

Networks are changing the face of philanthropy. Primarily led by women and people of color, donors are joining forces to fund their interests and create giving collaboratives with like minded individuals. Over the past 15 years, these networks have grown more significantly and there’s no sign that the growth will slow anytime soon. Donors are attracted to flexibility and ease of the network model, but what else is driving this growth? This session will explore four types of networks and their lessons and implications for philanthropy and fundraising.

Participants will:

•Discover the various factors that are contributing to the growth of networks.
•Gain an understanding of four different models of networks (giving circles, pooled giving, aligned giving, community networks).
•Learn implications of growth for philanthropy and challenges that networks may pose to traditional fundraising.

This Web/Audioconference series is presented locally by the East Bay Community Foundation, the Association of Fundraising Professionals–Golden Gate Chapter, and the Sanford Institute of Philanthropy at John F. Kennedy University.  All sessions qualify for CFRE continuing education credits.

Date and Time

  • Wednesday, June 12, 2019
  • 10:00AM - 11:00AM
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Location

  • Pleasant Hill Campus
Speaker

LaTanya Flix

LaTanya Flix is founder of CauseAdvance LLC, where she offers clients custom solutions for strategy, philanthropy and social impact. Her expertise has been developed over 20 years of experience as a philanthropy advisor, foundation director and nonprofit executive. She initiated the first empirical study on the charitable giving patterns of Houston women and has managed small shop fundraising, donor advised funds and high-value donor education programs. LaTanya has an MPAff from The LBJ School of Public Affairs, UT Austin and is a 21/64 Certified Advisor in Multigenerational Philanthropy.