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    Guidestar 10 for 10 final Guidestar 10 for 10 final Presentation Transcript

    • Ten (Predictions) for the Next Ten (Years)
    • Speakers
      José Fernández, Director, GuideStar Exchange
      Lucy Bernholz, Founder and President of Blueprint Research & Design, Inc., and Author of Philanthropy and Social Investing: Blueprint 2011
    • What is the GuideStar Exchange?
      • Comprehensive database of nonprofit information
      • Designed to connect nonprofits with current and potential supporters
      • Millions of people come to GuideStar to learn more about nonprofits each year
      • Allows nonprofits to share a wealth of up-to-date information with grantmakers and potential donors
    • GuideStar Exchange Membership
      • Exchange members are nonprofits that have updated their nonprofit reports to the fullest—sharing:
      • Program information, annual reports, and audited financials with GuideStar’s vast audience of potential supporters
      • In exchange for the information they provide, Exchange Members receive
      • The GuideStarSeal on their report page
      • FREE one-year subscription to GuideStar Premium (a $1,500 value)
      • Up-to-date information automatically distributed to partner network
      • Access to new fundraising tools
    • Past, Present, Future
    • How did we get here?
      http://philanthropy.com/article/Philanthropys-Buzzwords-of/125795/
      DONATENOW buttons
      Prize Philanthropy
      Celebvocates
      Microvolunteering
      PhilanthroCapitalism
      B CorporationImpact Investing
      Embedded Giving
      Microfinance
      Social Entrepreneurs
      Photo by ecastro
    • What that list reveals
      Internet technologies generation 1, 2 and beyond
      Rising faith in market-based solutions
      Increased visibility
      Blending “social” into everything from shopping to celebrity
    • Polling Question
      My list of “buzzwords of the past decade” reflected your experience in philanthropy and nonprofits since 2000:
      Very well
      Pretty close
      Missed it by a mile
    • Where are we now?
      Mobile technology embedded in action
      Severe public budget constraints
      Multiple religious and cultural traditions
      Demographic changes, especially aging
      Generational zeitgeist – “Cool to care”
      Backlash to market solutions?
    • There are no straight lines in history
    • 10 for the next 10http://www.ssireview.org/opinion/entry/ten_for_ten_philanthropy_from_2010-2020
      EVOLUTIONARY
      More Spend Down Foundations
      Gaming as Frame
      Impact investing surpasses philanthropy
      Data analysis and visualization skills
      Mobile phones replace credit cards
      SITUATIONAL
      Structured Disaster Relief
      Institutional philanthropy more collaborative
      Scale as a networked phenomenon
      POTENTIALLY Revolutionary
      New Rules – Citizens United and multinational oversight of philanthropy
      China and India on top
    • 10 for the next 10http://www.ssireview.org/opinion/entry/ten_for_ten_philanthropy_from_2010-2020
      EVOLUTIONARY
      More Spend Down Foundations
    • 10 for the next 10http://www.ssireview.org/opinion/entry/ten_for_ten_philanthropy_from_2010-2020
      EVOLUTIONARY
      Gaming as Frame
    • 10 for the next 10http://www.ssireview.org/opinion/entry/ten_for_ten_philanthropy_from_2010-2020
      EVOLUTIONARY
      Impact investing
      surpasses philanthropy
    • 10 for the next 10http://www.ssireview.org/opinion/entry/ten_for_ten_philanthropy_from_2010-2020
      EVOLUTIONARY
      Data analysis and visualization skills
    • 10 for the next 10http://www.ssireview.org/opinion/entry/ten_for_ten_philanthropy_from_2010-2020
      EVOLUTIONARY
      Mobile phones replace credit cards
    • Polling Question
      Of the 5 predictions so far, I think the most influential will be:
      More Spend Down Foundations
      Gaming as Frame
      Impact investing surpasses philanthropy
      Data analysis and visualization skills
      Mobile phones replace credit cards
    • 10 for the next 10http://www.ssireview.org/opinion/entry/ten_for_ten_philanthropy_from_2010-2020
      SITUATIONAL
      Structured Disaster Relief
    • 10 for the next 10http://www.ssireview.org/opinion/entry/ten_for_ten_philanthropy_from_2010-2020
      SITUATIONAL
      Institutional philanthropy more collaborative
    • 10 for the next 10http://www.ssireview.org/opinion/entry/ten_for_ten_philanthropy_from_2010-2020
      SITUATIONAL
      Scale as a networked phenomenon
    • Polling Question
      Of the 3 situational predictions, I think the most influential one will be:
      Structured Disaster Relief
      Institutional philanthropy more collaborative
      Scale as a networked phenomenon
    • 10 for the next 10
      POTENTIALLY Revolutionary
      New Rules – Citizens United, multinational oversight of philanthropy
    • 10 for the next 10http://www.ssireview.org/opinion/entry/ten_for_ten_philanthropy_from_2010-2020
      POTENTIALLY Revolutionary
      China and India on top
    • Polling Question
      Of the 2 revolutionary predictions, I think the most influential one will be:
      New Rules
      Rise of India and China
    • 10 for the next 10http://www.ssireview.org/opinion/entry/ten_for_ten_philanthropy_from_2010-2020
      EVOLUTIONARY
      More Spend Down Foundations
      Gaming as Frame
      Impact investing surpasses philanthropy
      Data analysis and visualization skills
      Mobile phones replace credit cards
      SITUATIONAL
      Structured Disaster Relief
      Institutional philanthropy more collaborative
      Scale as a networked phenomenon
      POTENTIALLY Revolutionary
      New Rules – Citizens United and multinational oversight of philanthropy
      China and India on top
    • What does that list show to you?
      Regulation
      Demographic Shifts
      Technology Changes
      ?
    • What’s missing?
    • www.blueprintrd.comwww.philanthropy2173.com
      Tweet buzzwords to @p2173