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Asian American Philanthropy to Higher Education

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November 11, 2011

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Asian American Philanthropy to Higher Education

  1. 1. Asian American Philanthropy to Higher Education Council on Resource Development November 11, 2011 Washington, DC Andrew Ho Council on Foundations
  2. 2. About Me www.cof.org www.asianamericangiving.com www.aapip.org dcgivingcircle.wordpress.com
  3. 3. Who is Asian American? Source: Wikipedia, “Asian American” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asian_American
  4. 4. Who is Asian American? As of July 1, 2008: • 304 million U.S. population • 15.5 million Asian alone or in combination, 5.1% of the U.S. population Top 5 States by Population Size: California 5,073,000 New York 1,484,000 Texas 956,000 New Jersey 711,000 Hawaii 696,000 Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2008 National Population Estimates, July 1 and April 1, 2000 to July 1, 2008
  5. 5. Who is Asian American? Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2008 American Community Survey
  6. 6. Who is Asian American? Personal and household income distribution, by race/ethnicity Race/ethnic Type of group income Asian Americans Hispanic or Latino African Americans SOURCE: US Census Bureau, 2006 $25k$50k Persons White Poverty <$25k N/A 35.6% Households 8.6% Persons N/A $50k$75k $75k$100k >$100k 35.2% 14.5% 6.9% 7.2% 24.9% 26.3% 18.9% 11.6% 18.3% 33.5% 29.8% 18.1% 8.0% 10.6% Households 10.1% 20.9% 19.3% 19.2% 13.1% 27.5% Persons N/A 49.4% 36.5% 9.0% 2.6% 2.6% Households 18.3% 37.7% 29.7% 17.2% 6.6% 8.8% Persons N/A 41.3% 37.0% 15.7% 3.5% 2.6% Households 22.3% 43.1% 26.8% 15.1% 7.3% 7.8%
  7. 7. Role of Family in the Development of Philanthropy
  8. 8. Role of Religion and Culture Confucianism Christianity Sources: Confucianism, http://drum.lib.umd.edu/bitstream/1903/11702/1/Tsunoda_umd_0117E_12136.pdf Christianity, http://asianphilanthropy.org/?p=346#more-346 Hinduism, http://learningtogive.org/faithgroups/voices/phil_persp_of_hinduism.asp Hinduism
  9. 9. Role of Education
  10. 10. Role of Community and Society
  11. 11. Ten Motivations of Asian Americans to Give to U.S. Higher Education 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Sense of duty to support American society Donor’s desires for personal benefits Self-satisfaction and the joy of giving Reciprocal incentives from college experiences Institutional attachment to alma mater Individual affinity to Asian American communities Demonstrating philanthropic leadership in the Asian American community 8. Personal attachment to charitable gifts 9. Traditional beliefs in higher education 10. Filial piety and fraternal responsibility Source: “Unraveling the Myths of Chinese American Giving: Exploring Donor Motivations and Effective Fundraising Strategies for the U.S. Higher Education” K. Tsunoda
  12. 12. Ten Motivations of Asian Americans to Give to U.S. Higher Education 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Sense of duty to support American society Donor’s desires for personal benefits Self-satisfaction and the joy of giving Reciprocal incentives from college experiences Institutional attachment to alma mater Individual affinity to Asian American communities Demonstrating philanthropic leadership in the Asian American community 8. Personal attachment to charitable gifts 9. Traditional beliefs in higher education 10. Filial piety and fraternal responsibility Source: “Unraveling the Myths of Chinese American Giving: Exploring Donor Motivations and Effective Fundraising Strategies for the U.S. Higher Education” K. Tsunoda
  13. 13. Ten Motivations of Asian Americans to Give to U.S. Higher Education 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Sense of duty to support American society Donor’s desires for personal benefits Self-satisfaction and the joy of giving Reciprocal incentives from college experiences Institutional attachment to alma mater Individual affinity to Asian American communities Demonstrating philanthropic leadership in the Asian American community 8. Personal attachment to charitable gifts 9. Traditional beliefs in higher education 10. Filial piety and fraternal responsibility Source: “Unraveling the Myths of Chinese American Giving: Exploring Donor Motivations and Effective Fundraising Strategies for the U.S. Higher Education” K. Tsunoda
  14. 14. Ten Motivations of Asian Americans to Give to U.S. Higher Education 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Sense of duty to support American society Donor’s desires for personal benefits Self-satisfaction and the joy of giving Reciprocal incentives from college experiences Institutional attachment to alma mater Individual affinity to Asian American communities Demonstrating philanthropic leadership in the Asian American community 8. Personal attachment to charitable gifts 9. Traditional beliefs in higher education 10. Filial piety and fraternal responsibility Source: “Unraveling the Myths of Chinese American Giving: Exploring Donor Motivations and Effective Fundraising Strategies for the U.S. Higher Education” K. Tsunoda
  15. 15. Ten Motivations of Asian Americans to Give to U.S. Higher Education 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Sense of duty to support American society Donor’s desires for personal benefits Self-satisfaction and the joy of giving Reciprocal incentives from college experiences Institutional attachment to alma mater Individual affinity to Asian American communities Demonstrating philanthropic leadership in the Asian American community 8. Personal attachment to charitable gifts 9. Traditional beliefs in higher education 10. Filial piety and fraternal responsibility Source: “Unraveling the Myths of Chinese American Giving: Exploring Donor Motivations and Effective Fundraising Strategies for the U.S. Higher Education” K. Tsunoda
  16. 16. Ten Motivations of Asian Americans to Give to U.S. Higher Education 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Sense of duty to support American society Donor’s desires for personal benefits Self-satisfaction and the joy of giving Reciprocal incentives from college experiences Institutional attachment to alma mater Individual affinity to Asian American communities Demonstrating philanthropic leadership in the Asian American community 8. Personal attachment to charitable gifts 9. Traditional beliefs in higher education 10. Filial piety and fraternal responsibility Source: “Unraveling the Myths of Chinese American Giving: Exploring Donor Motivations and Effective Fundraising Strategies for the U.S. Higher Education” K. Tsunoda
  17. 17. Ten Motivations of Asian Americans to Give to U.S. Higher Education 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Sense of duty to support American society Donor’s desires for personal benefits Self-satisfaction and the joy of giving Reciprocal incentives from college experiences Institutional attachment to alma mater Individual affinity to Asian American communities Demonstrating philanthropic leadership in the Asian American community 8. Personal attachment to charitable gifts 9. Traditional beliefs in higher education 10. Filial piety and fraternal responsibility Source: “Unraveling the Myths of Chinese American Giving: Exploring Donor Motivations and Effective Fundraising Strategies for the U.S. Higher Education” K. Tsunoda
  18. 18. Ten Motivations of Asian Americans to Give to U.S. Higher Education 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Sense of duty to support American society Donor’s desires for personal benefits Self-satisfaction and the joy of giving Reciprocal incentives from college experiences Institutional attachment to alma mater Individual affinity to Asian American communities Demonstrating philanthropic leadership in the Asian American community 8. Personal attachment to charitable gifts 9. Traditional beliefs in higher education 10. Filial piety and fraternal responsibility Source: “Unraveling the Myths of Chinese American Giving: Exploring Donor Motivations and Effective Fundraising Strategies for the U.S. Higher Education” K. Tsunoda
  19. 19. Ten Motivations of Asian Americans to Give to U.S. Higher Education 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Sense of duty to support American society Donor’s desires for personal benefits Self-satisfaction and the joy of giving Reciprocal incentives from college experiences Institutional attachment to alma mater Individual affinity to Asian American communities Demonstrating philanthropic leadership in the Asian American community 8. Personal attachment to charitable gifts 9. Traditional beliefs in higher education 10. Filial piety and fraternal responsibility Source: “Unraveling the Myths of Chinese American Giving: Exploring Donor Motivations and Effective Fundraising Strategies for the U.S. Higher Education” K. Tsunoda
  20. 20. Ten Motivations of Asian Americans to Give to U.S. Higher Education 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Sense of duty to support American society Donor’s desires for personal benefits Self-satisfaction and the joy of giving Reciprocal incentives from college experiences Institutional attachment to alma mater Individual affinity to Asian American communities Demonstrating philanthropic leadership in the Asian American community 8. Personal attachment to charitable gifts 9. Traditional beliefs in higher education 10. Filial piety and fraternal responsibility Source: “Unraveling the Myths of Chinese American Giving: Exploring Donor Motivations and Effective Fundraising Strategies for the U.S. Higher Education” K. Tsunoda
  21. 21. Ten Motivations of Asian Americans to Give to U.S. Higher Education 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Sense of duty to support American society Donor’s desires for personal benefits Self-satisfaction and the joy of giving Reciprocal incentives from college experiences Institutional attachment to alma mater Individual affinity to Asian American communities Demonstrating philanthropic leadership in the Asian American community 8. Personal attachment to charitable gifts 9. Traditional beliefs in higher education 10. Filial piety and fraternal responsibility Source: “Unraveling the Myths of Chinese American Giving: Exploring Donor Motivations and Effective Fundraising Strategies for the U.S. Higher Education” K. Tsunoda
  22. 22. Donor Perceptions of Effective University Fundraising Strategies  Introducing the concept of philanthropy to Asian American students  Institutional involvement with Asian American alumni  Developing targeted strategies for Asian American donors  Involving Asian American community leaders in asking  Recruiting development officers with cultural sensitivity  Avoid Asking, and Build Trustworthy Relationships Source: “Unraveling the Myths of Chinese American Giving: Exploring Donor Motivations and Effective Fundraising Strategies for the U.S. Higher Education” K. Tsunoda
  23. 23. Donor Perceptions of Effective University Fundraising Strategies  Introducing the concept of philanthropy to Asian American students  Institutional involvement with Asian American alumni  Developing targeted strategies for Asian American donors  Involving Asian American community leaders in asking  Recruiting development officers with cultural sensitivity  Avoid Asking, and Build Trustworthy Relationships Source: “Unraveling the Myths of Chinese American Giving: Exploring Donor Motivations and Effective Fundraising Strategies for the U.S. Higher Education” K. Tsunoda
  24. 24. Donor Perceptions of Effective University Fundraising Strategies  Introducing the concept of philanthropy to Asian American students  Institutional involvement with Asian American alumni  Developing targeted strategies for Asian American donors  Involving Asian American community leaders in asking  Recruiting development officers with cultural sensitivity  Avoid Asking, and Build Trustworthy Relationships Source: “Unraveling the Myths of Chinese American Giving: Exploring Donor Motivations and Effective Fundraising Strategies for the U.S. Higher Education” K. Tsunoda
  25. 25. Donor Perceptions of Effective University Fundraising Strategies  Introducing the concept of philanthropy to Asian American students  Institutional involvement with Asian American alumni  Developing targeted strategies for Asian American donors  Involving Asian American community leaders in asking  Recruiting development officers with cultural sensitivity  Avoid Asking, and Build Trustworthy Relationships Source: “Unraveling the Myths of Chinese American Giving: Exploring Donor Motivations and Effective Fundraising Strategies for the U.S. Higher Education” K. Tsunoda
  26. 26. Donor Perceptions of Effective University Fundraising Strategies  Introducing the concept of philanthropy to Asian American students  Institutional involvement with Asian American alumni  Developing targeted strategies for Asian American donors  Involving Asian American community leaders in asking  Recruiting development officers with cultural sensitivity  Avoid Asking, and Build Trustworthy Relationships Source: “Unraveling the Myths of Chinese American Giving: Exploring Donor Motivations and Effective Fundraising Strategies for the U.S. Higher Education” K. Tsunoda
  27. 27. Donor Perceptions of Effective University Fundraising Strategies  Introducing the concept of philanthropy to Asian American students  Institutional involvement with Asian American alumni  Developing targeted strategies for Asian American donors  Involving Asian American community leaders in asking  Recruiting development officers with cultural sensitivity  Avoid Asking, and Build Trustworthy Relationships Source: “Unraveling the Myths of Chinese American Giving: Exploring Donor Motivations and Effective Fundraising Strategies for the U.S. Higher Education” K. Tsunoda
  28. 28. Contact Information Andrew Ho Council on Foundations Manager, Global Philanthropy Email: Andrew.Ho@cof.org Phone: (703) 879-0743 Twitter: @andyho www.cof.org www.asianamericangiving.com www.linkedin.com/in/andyho

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