AFP DC Washington D.C. Metro Chapter: Diversity Dialogues: Bearing Witness to new Research on Major Giving in the African American Community
The Reverend Josiah Henson was an enslaved person on the Riley Plantation in Montgomery County, Maryland. Born in 1837, his remarkable autobiography inspired Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom's Cabin, and he ultimately became one of the most influential international figures of his time. Using recent in-depth research on giving patterns in urban African American communities, presenters will note how findings apply to their fundraising experiences. Practical advice and tips to apply lessons learned will be shared.
- How to secure major gifts and create partnerships in the African American giving community
- How to address sensitive racial issues with a candid approach that engages multiple perspectives
- How to apply recent research findings on African American giving to practical strategies and tactics for your situation
- Mike Nardolilli, Executive Director, Montgomery Parks Foundation
- Anthony Spearman-Leach, Director of Development and Communications, Montgomery Community Media
- Julie Carter, Carter Consulting Group LLC
Thursday, October 25, 2018
8:30 - 10:00 AM
|1126 16th St. NW Suite 600 Washington, DC 20036|
$25 flat registration fee
$45 early bird non-member
$55 for regular non-member registration
$65 onsite non-member registration
Thank you to the Sponsor of this Diversity Dialogues Session!