We are living through the greatest intergenerational transfer of wealth in our nation’s history as $30 trillion is being handed from one generation (Baby Boomers) to the next (mostly Gen-X and Millennials). Studies suggest that these generations—properly engaged—have the potential to be the most philanthropic. But how do we reach these future donors and get them to include orchestras in their charitable giving plans?
Executive directors, youth orchestra directors, trustees, development and fundraising staff, and anyone seeking to learn more about next-gen philanthropy are invited to register for Opportunities in Arts Giving Through Next-Gen Philanthropy, a two-hour, Certified Fund Raising Executive-approved League of American Orchestras webinar on Wednesday, February 26 at 1:00 p.m. EST. John Hicks, an expert in nonprofit fundraising, will dive into the numbers, the motivations, the opportunities, and the challenges surrounding next-gen philanthropy for orchestras.