The Foundation Center's Washington, DC library and learning center is celebrating our 50th anniversary! We've been providing information and training about nonprofit management and fundraising in the Washington metropolitan area for more than five decades, and we're celebrating all year with a series of great programs.
And we're not just looking backward- we're planning for the future as well. April 3rd, we're bringing together three outstanding panelists and one great moderator for Philanthropy: The Next 50 Years.
Panelists will share their thoughts and concerns about the future of philanthropy, with time for a question and answer session afterward. Topics for discussion include:
- Challenges faced by fundraisers dealing with new strategies, funding resources, and a rapidly changing nonprofit financing landscape.
- New paths, partners, and methods of philanthropic giving.
- Challenges to effective philanthropy.
- How the next generation gives today- and will give in the future.
Patrick Feeley, Chair-elect, Association of Fundraising Professionals
Joseph Suarez, Executive Advisor for Community Partnerships and Philanthropy, Booz Allen Hamilton
Lauren Hasey Maher, Program Manager, National Center for Family Philanthropy
Stacy Palmer, Editor, The Chronicle of Philanthropy
Please note: This program will occur at the True Reformer Building, 1200 U Street, NW, located on the southwest corner of 12th and U Streets.
Can't make it to the program? Follow along and ask questions on Twitter with the hashtag #50yrsFCDC.
The Foundation Center: 50 years of empowering the Washington, DC nonprofit community.