How To Engage The Next Generation of Donors

Redefining giving — on their terms

Why It Matters

Giving is not what it used to be. Demographics, figures, motivations, and means of giving all have changed drastically. According to Aneil Gokhale of the Toronto Foundation, how we respond to these shifts and how we engage the next generation of donors matters for the future of our communities and causes.

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