It’s that time of the year again; how did the US give in 2021? Each June, The Giving USA Foundation releases the updated Giving USA Report. Learn about the biggest trends in our sector with the longest-running study on charitable giving. This session will be led by Ryan Woroniecki, chair of Resource Development for The Giving USA Foundation.
During this session, Ryan will share new headlines and our local panelists will compare their own experiences with national numbers. This is the first year we will analyze all of this through the lens of Donor Advised Funds with the new DAF Chapter.
Takeaways will include:
1. Analyze the biggest trends in giving from 2020 to 2021
2. Learn how Donor Advised Fund giving is different from giving as a whole in the US
3. Compare national trends to local experiences
Ryan Woroniecki is an advisor at DonorSearch, the industry leader in AI/ML, prospect research, and wealth screening. He has helped over a thousand nonprofits with various prospect development efforts. His expertise ranges from donor segmentation, prospect management, qualification, individual gift planning, and relationship management. He is a former APRA-MD board member and currently chairs resource development for The Giving USA Foundation and is on the board of Giving Institute. He attends NC State and recently moved to Durham.
Date: July 19, 2022
Time: 2:00 – 3:15 PM
Location: Virtual via Zoom
Cost: Free for AFP Triangle Chapter Members
Non-AFP Chapter Members: $25.00