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AFP SC, Piedmont Chapter Luncheon: Giving USA Report

August 17, 2017

WHEN: August 17, 2017
TIME: 11:45am - 1:00pm
LOCATION:    Thornblade Club | 1275 Thornblade Blvd | Greer, SC 29650
Cost: $20 AFP or Together SC Member | $30 Non-Member 

David KingJoin us on August 17 for the annual presentation on the Giving USA Report. The 2016 Giving USA Annual Report is now out and reports total giving has reached its highest level ever!  Is your organization growing with this trend?  This month's presentation is a unique opportunity to invite your Board and CEO to learn more about who gives and how your organization can grow. 

In this session, David King, President & CEO of Alexander Haas, will take us on a deeper dive into the Giving USA Report. Where did the money come from, where did it go, what are the major short- and long-term trends in philanthropy and what can we learn from them so that our organization can get a larger share of the pie? We’ll look at giving to each of six subsectors and the current trend and explore the impact that Donor Advised Funds are having on philanthropy in the US.

Giving USA: The Annual Report on Philanthropy is the seminal publication reporting on the sources and uses of charitable giving in the United States. For over 60 years, fundraisers, nonprofit leaders, donors and volunteers, scholars, and other individuals who work in or with the charitable sector have counted on Giving USA to provide the most comprehensive charitable giving data available. No other source provides the context for annual giving like Giving USA.

David King, President & CEO of Alexander Haas, been in the field of nonprofit development for more than 28 years. In his 25 years at Alexander Haas, David has provided counsel to hundreds of organizations in the areas of higher education, independent schools, hospitals, conservation, human services, churches and faith-based organizations. He currently serves as Immediate Past Chair of the Giving Institute: Leading Counsel to Nonprofits and is on the Board of the Giving USA Foundation and serves on the Board of the Atlanta Police Foundation. David obtained his CFRE (Certified Fund Raising Executive) in 1990.

This luncheon has been approved for one (1) CFRE continuing education hour.

Registration is now closed.

We are expecting a very large crowd, so please arrive by 11:45 am to allow time for networking; the program will start promptly at noon. 

We look forward to seeing you there!