Wednesday, September 12, 2012 (Note change in date due to Labor Day)
10:00 am PT / 1:00 pm ET
45 minute webinar
Our September discussion addresses a concern of many donors: How do I know that my donations create meaningful change? What do I need to know to make gifts that leverage impact in our communities? And how can I fund the best nonprofit models addressing the issues that concern me?
Anyone—woman or man—may participate in this online discussion with Catalytic Women as our guest, at no charge. Donors and wealth/financial advisors may find this discussion especially useful. To join us on September 12, please RSVP using the form above.
There is some exciting work being done on collaboration and impact within the nonprofit sector. This presentation will share studies, trends and best practices in ensuring that your gifts make the greatest impact in the communities you support.
Melanie Hamburger will tap the expertise of Catalytic Women members and advisors in showing examples and case studies. She will draw upon the findings of the Center for High Impact Philanthropy at the University of Pennsylvania, and Hope Consulting's Money for Good research on donor behavior and philanthropic impact. Join us for this practical discussion of how to make gifts that create impact in the world around us—and address challenging community issues in a meaningful way.
As Principal of Catalytic Women, Melanie Hamburger has a vision of convening a community of women leaders who are influential decision-makers in wealth and giving. She is an expert in tools for effective giving, community involvement, and social innovation, and has gathered many of these resources for members of Catalytic Women in an online library of nationwide philanthropic resources.
Catalytic Women curates innovations in philanthropy and offers resources to emerging audiences of women donors—women in technology, women financial advisors, and women leading family giving. Through in-person and online convenings, Catalytic Women creates opportunities where women connect with other thought leaders to redefine "wealth." By leveraging their time and talent into funding high-impact nonprofit models, women are funding critical social services and serving as catalysts for broad global change.