Diversity in Fund Development

We all have attitudes which colour our response to a request for support. Although many of these are personal we are also subject to cultural patterns that are worth noting on the larger scale. Inadvertently giving offense can undermine and bring to nought a mountain of hard-won good will, and on the other hand there may be issues on which some cultures are more likely to be generous than we expect of the general population.
Some of our webinars will be exploring these and related issues

Resources:

Cultures of Giving – Executive Summary(from Kellogg Foundation)

Diversity in Philanthropy Foundation Center Bibliography

Asian Diaspora Giving

African American Giving

Indigenous Philanthropy

Center for Arab American Philanthropy (CAAP)

Filipino communities

Hometown Associations in Canada by Jon Silva Simon Fraser University 2006

Metro communities come in distinct religious flavours

#NextGenDonors The Frey Foundation Chair for Family Foundations at the Johnson Center for Philanthropy with  New York-based consulting group 21/64

Among Young Inheritors, an Urge to Redistribute

 

BOOKS:

Cultivating Diversity in Fundraising’ by Janice Gow Pettey

‘Philanthropy in Communities of Color’ by Bradford Smith, et al.

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