Engaging Millennials as Donors, Volunteers and Constituents

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Whether you love 'em or you're getting tired of hearing about 'em...the Millennial Generation (those 80 Million+ born between 1979-1995) are transforming the way we communicate, the way we govern, the way we socialize – and, they are shifting our political and social systems to a new level. Join us to learn how to build your organization's Millennial engagement strategy, based on findings from "Cause for Change: The Why and How of Nonprofit Millennial Engagement."

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Engaging Millennials as Donors, Volunteers and Constituents

  1. 1. Sponsored by:A ServiceOf:Engaging Millennials as Donors,Volunteers and ConstituentsKari SaratovskyApril 17, 2013
  2. 2. Sponsored by:A ServiceOf:Advising nonprofits in:• Strategy• Planning• Organizational Developmentwww.synthesispartnership.com(617) 969-1881info@synthesispartnership.comINTEGRATED PLANNING
  3. 3. Sponsored by:A ServiceOf:Affordable collaborative datamanagement in the cloud.
  4. 4. Sponsored by:A ServiceOf:Today’s SpeakerKari SaratovskyFounder and PrincipalKDS StrategiesAssisting with chat questions:Jamie Maloney, Nonprofit WebinarsFounding Director of Nonprofit Webinars and Host:Sam Frank, Synthesis Partnership
  5. 5. Presented by Kari Dunn SaratovskyPrincipal, KDS StrategiesCo-Author, Cause For ChangeEngaging Millennialsas Donors, Volunteers& Employees
  6. 6. Cause for Change: the book• Examines how Millennialscommunicate, volunteer, take action,influence their peers, and choose togive time /money• Explains how Millennials view role inthe workplace and how their approachis re-shaping nonprofit culture• Profiles Millennials who have emergedas dynamic leaders to create andmanage movements for change
  7. 7. who they are why they matterBorn between1979-9380 million strong,out number baby-boomer parents$41 trillion wealthtransfer expectedfrom oldergenerationsWill comprise 50% ofworkforce by 2020
  8. 8. KEY MESSAGES
  9. 9. BUILD PLATFORM
  10. 10. FINAL THOUGHTS
  11. 11. Presented byKari Dunn Saratovskykdsstrategies.comkari@kdsstrategies.comCAUSEFORCHANGEBOOK.COM
  12. 12. Sponsored by:A ServiceOf:Find listings for our current seasonof webinars and register at:NonprofitWebinars.com

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