With more than 80 million Millennials in the United States, this generation is redefining how they get involved with organizations.
The way that Millennials are connecting, getting involved, and giving to organizations is requiring nonprofits to adopt new approaches in order to build relationships with this dynamic generation.
Join Care2 and Derrick Feldmann (co-author of the new book Cause for Change: The Why and How of Nonprofit Millennial Engagement) to discuss how Millennials are transforming philanthropy and engagement with social issues, pulling on new data from the Millennial Impact Project, a research initiative of more than 10,000 Millennials conducted by his agency Achieve with support from the Case Foundation.
In this webinar you'll learn:
-How Millennials connect with causes - using social media and different peer methods to engage as volunteers and donors
-How Millennials participate in various service programming from micro-volunteering to leadership programming
-Millennial giving habits and how to enhance solicitations for increased response.
-Derrick Feldmann of Achieve
-Eric Rardin of Care2
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