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Paul J Ciener Botanical Gardens

Shifting the Paradigm Landscape: Increasing Engagement and Philanthropy Among Alumni of Color

Given the current pressing social challenges, this effort has never been more important. This presentation will allow participants to assess their organization’s diverse constituency landscape.

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Shifting the Paradigm Landscape: Increasing Engagement and Philanthropy Among Alumni of Color
Shifting the Paradigm Landscape: Increasing Engagement and Philanthropy Among Alumni of Color

Time & Location

May 28, 2024, 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM

Paul J Ciener Botanical Gardens , 215 S Main St, Kernersville, NC 27284, USA

About the Event

Given the current pressing social challenges, this effort has never been more important. This presentation will allow participants to assess their organization’s diverse constituency landscape and think about ways to introduce a diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) action plan into their current fundraising initiatives.

The second half of the session is designed for participants to work in small groups to analyze a case study and consider ways that they may be able to introduce DEI strategies that align with their fundraising plans and priorities into their organizations.  Participants will leave with some tangible ideas they can use to improve their individual donor engagement and the operations within their organization.

Upon completion, participants will be able to: 

(1) adapt traditional fundraising cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship methods to help build relationships within communities of color; 

(2) suggest ideas that may influence the way their organizations integrate diversity, equity and inclusion into their operations; 

(3) assess their organization’s diverse constituent landscape - who are they, where are they, which events do they attend, where do they give; and 

(4) examine current and emerging trends influencing fundraising in communities of color and develop strategies to adapt to the current climate.

Bio

LaDaniel Gatling II serves as the Vice President for Advancement at Guilford College. He has a strong track record in higher education fundraising and administration at 5 institutions in North Carolina, from NCA&T (his alma mater) to Bennett, Elon University School of Law, UNC Chapel Hill and Guilford College. Danny holds an engineering degree from NCA&T and a master's from Indiana University's Lilly Family School of Philanthropy. He and his family live in Greensboro.

Tickets

  • Monthly Meeting Non-Member

    Lunch included

    $30.00
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  • Monthly Meeting AFP Member

    Lunch included

    $5.00
    Sale ended

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