Giving From the Ground Up Part 2

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A look at how individuals and institutions are finding new and innovative ways to give both time and money in communities.

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Giving From the Ground Up Part 2

  1. 1. Giving from the Ground UpCraigslist Foundation Bootcamp Lucy Bernholz 2010 Joe Cullinane Ben Rigby Diane Sanchez
  2. 2. Figure 2: The Long Tail of Receiving Donations to large nonprofits greatly exceed donations to small nonprofits (not to scale) United Way Total donations received by the 147,858 nonprofits with assets greater than $250,000 $310.3 billion in 2008Dollars received Salvation Army Total donations received by the 206,751 nonprofits with assets less than $250,000 $18.0 billion in 2008 Assets greater than $250,000 Assets less than $250,000 Nonprofits Source: National Center for Charitable Statistics
  3. 3. Figure 1: The Long Tail of Giving Donations by the largest institutional and individual givers are exceeded by donations from everyone else (not to scale) Gates Foundation Total donations by the top 400 foundations plus the top 60 individuals givers $32.8 billion in 2008Dollars given Total donations by everyone else Ford Foundation $274.9 billion in 2008 Top 400 foundations, Other foundations and individuals top 60 individuals Donors Sources: Foundation Center, Slate
  4. 4. SV2: Silicon Valley Social Venture FundSV2 is a partnership for giving. www.sv2.org info@sv2.org  650.454.6264
  5. 5. Micro-Volunteering THE EXTRAORDINARIES, INC. (Ben Rigby, CTO)
  6. 6. 74% of U.S. Citizens don’t Source: CNCSvolunteer.Most people cite a lack of time asthe main reason. Source: 2005 U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Survey
  7. 7. GLOBALLY, WE:
  8. 8. GLOBALLY, WE:Watch 1 billion YouTube videos…
  9. 9. GLOBALLY, WE: Watch 1 billion YouTube videos…Spend 274 million hours on Facebook…
  10. 10. GLOBALLY, WE: Watch 1 billion YouTube videos…Spend 274 million hours on Facebook…EVERY. SINGLE. DAY.
  11. 11. It took ONE YEAR and SEVEN MILLION HOURS to build the Empire State Building.
  12. 12. It took ONE YEAR and SEVEN With the amount of time we spend on MILLION HOURS to build the Facebook, WE COULD BUILD 40 EMPIRE Empire State Building. STATE BUILDINGS EVERY SINGLE DAY.
  13. 13. WE HAVE HUNDREDS OF BILLIONS OF HOURSOF SPARE TIME EACH YEAR.HOWEVER, this time comes inbrief moments throughout our daily lives.
  14. 14. KEY VALUE PROPOSITIONS FOR NONPROFITS:• EASIER TO ENGAGE VOLUNTEERS• MUCH LESS MANAGEMENT OVERHEAD• MORE VALUE FROM EXISTING SUPPORTERS

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