What Cutting Edge Research Tells Us About How Arts and Culture Donors Are Behaving, Presented by Neon One – Mar 23 @ 1pm
This session will present an overview of critical research occurring throughout our sector on the transitioning behavior of donors. Utilizing data from the Fundraising Effectiveness Project, Visa’s Global Analytics and Insights Payment Panel Data on Charitable Giving, and philanthropic psychology research we will look to understand the reality of how donors are behaving, why they are giving, and what arts and cultural nonprofit fundraisers can do to not react how donors have behaved in the past but instead anticipate behavioral trends for the future.
Tim Sarrantonio (he/his) is a team member at Neon One and has more than 10 years of experience working for and volunteering with nonprofits. Tim has raised over $3 million for various causes, engaged and enhanced databases of all sizes, procured multiple successful grants, and formulated engaging communications and fundraising campaigns for several nonprofits. He has presented at international conferences and is a TEDx speaker on technology and philanthropy. He volunteers heavily in his community around Niskayuna, NY.
Sponsored by Neon One
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