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Digital Philanthropy: What Does Charity Look Like in 2020?
 

Digital Philanthropy: What Does Charity Look Like in 2020?

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With John Bromley, CEO of Chimp.net

With John Bromley, CEO of Chimp.net

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    Digital Philanthropy: What Does Charity Look Like in 2020? Digital Philanthropy: What Does Charity Look Like in 2020? Presentation Transcript

    • You change the world. We make it easier.
    • Chimp is an online tool that empowers people to give to and fundraise for any Canadian charity. About Chimp
    • • Quick, easy donations • Automatic tax receipting • Cause campaigns • Social fundraising • Donation matching • A charitable account Chimp in a Nutshell
    • Efficient: Chimp’s all-inclusive fundraising solution requires no software installation.
    • Cost-effective: Chimp’s transaction fee is the most competitive rate in the country at 1%, plus recovery. (When generous donors are covering fees, it is 0%.)
    • To date, Chimp has raised over $23 million. Over 3,000 Canadian charities have benefited.
    • Companies we’ve worked with:
    • AmplifyYour Giving with Chimp
    • What does charity look like in 2020? • Regardless of asset class, giving will be facilitated online • Corporate marketing budgets will look much more charitable • More choice for donors
    • There will be a major social network for charity, and it will be controlled by people, not charities.
    • Your most influential fundraisers won’t work for you.
    • Donors won’t necessarily be giving their own money.
    • Result Giving power will become more evenly distributed between young/old, rich/poor. The charities that thrive will: • effectively communicate to and engage with people, and • be held socially accountable for the effectiveness of their programs
    • You change the world. We make it easier.