Bob carter cultura da doação

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Bob carter cultura da doação

  1. 1.      An  eye  to  the  future:    Individual  giving    April  23,  2013  Bob  Carter  Chair  AFP  Interna?onal  
  2. 2. •  Gree%ngs  from  the  board  –  Listening  –  Ac?ng    •  Exci%ng  %me  for  AFP  –  New  Reali?es    •  Moving  forward  in  philanthropy  &  training  •  Convening  and  issue  mo%on  •  Policy  &  Interna%onal  From  AFP  
  3. 3.  Shall  We  Ask?  Discussion  of  Major  GiN    Fundraising  Prac?ces          
  4. 4. 2011  charitable  giving    Total  =  $298.42  billion  
  5. 5. Types  of  recipients  of  contribu%ons,  2011    Total  =  $298.42  billion  
  6. 6. •  Case  for  support  –  Clear,  persuasive,  ra%onal,  URGENT,  EMOTIONAL  •  Available  prospects  –  With  capacity,  willing  to  listen,  with  interest  •  Leadership    –  Boards,  Senior  Staff  •  Professional  support  –  Staff  with  experience,  counsel  Criteria  for  Fundraising  Success  
  7. 7. •  Donor  awareness  right  here  •  Donors  emo%onally  effected  •  More  chari%es  sending  $  abroad  •  Larger  impact  could  lead  to  larger  giWs  •  Global  fear  •  USA  founda%ons  for  global  chari%es  •  Intensity  of  solicita%ons  How  are  we  impacted  by  na%onal  &  global  events?  
  8. 8. •  Collabora%on  versus  Compe%%on  •  Issues  versus  Ins%tu%ons  •  Alterna%ves  Financing    •  Solu%on  Based  •  Leverage  What’s  going  on  out  there?  
  9. 9. •  Access  to  clean  water  •  Climate  change  •  Human  Trafficking  •  Educa%on  •  Food  Security  •  Healthcare  •  Poverty  •  Post-­‐conflict  countries  •  Hai%  Global  Issues  
  10. 10. •  USA  •  Middle  East  •  Asia  •  La%n  America  Where  is  wealth?  
  11. 11. •  What  do  we  do?  •  How  can  we  maximize  what  we  have?  •  We  need  larger  giWs.  •  Global  “think”  is  big    So……  what  now?  
  12. 12. •  Cul%va%on  with  mega  giW  in  mind  •  Crea%ve  thinking  about  opportuni%es  for  transforma%onal  investments  –  Large  impact  packaging  •  Acquire  or  posi%on  exis%ng  exper%se  •  Discuss  early  with  trusted  advisors  (theirs)  •  Prepare  for  preliminary  discussion  of  “ideas”  •  Make  that  person  the  cataly%c  stakeholder  The  Mega/Major  GiW  Scenario:  
  13. 13. •  Access  •  Outcomes  •  Collabora%on  not  compe%%on  •  Leverage  not  limits  •  Cataly%c  not  contentment    What  do  “Megas”  Want?  

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