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In this session, we will take a look at giving in 2022 and explore current trends, including the factors that have led to a rare decline in giving, as well as what to expect in the months ahead.
David King, president of fundraising consulting firm Alexander Haas and long-time board member at the Giving USA Foundation, will go beyond the numbers to explore what is happening in the country and the world that might have lead to a decline in American philanthropy for one of the only times in a non–recessionary economy.
Due to the proprietary nature of this data, materials from this session will not be shared and the program will not be recorded. We encourage you, your colleagues, and your board members to join us live for this virtual session. We have allocated 90 minutes for this program, as questions are encouraged throughout the presentation.
David H. King, President & CEO of Alexander Haas, has lived in Atlanta for nearly 35 years and has been in the field of nonprofit development for more than 30 years. Since joining Alexander Haas in 1990, 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.
Prior to joining Alexander Haas, David served as Atlanta Assistant Area Development Director for the United Negro College Fund and was responsible for the annual UNCF Atlanta Corporate Campaign. David is on the Board of the Georgia Council on Economic Education and serves on their Development Committee. He is past President of the Board of the Greater Atlanta Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals, and he also served as Vice President for Administration and Finance and Chair of the Michael C. Carlos Endowment Committee. 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.
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