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Vera Michalchik (left) and Heather Newberry Lord from the Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society.

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Philanthropy Forum with Vera Michalchik and Heather Newberry Lord

Stanford PACS Introduction to Effective Philanthropy for Advisors

In this session held on Wednesday, September 21, Vera Michalchik (Senior Research Scholar and Director of Philanthropy Research & Education) and Heather Lord (Senior Fellow) from the Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society shared wonderful tips about how to leverage Stanford’s effective philanthropy core concepts, tools and resources in order to build stronger relationships with donors and their families. They also discussed the effective philanthropy frameworks that can be used within a clear and practical framework with donors, as well as highlighting some of Stanford’s latest research on high-capacity donor behavior and decision-making.

The even recording can be found here. The link to the PACS Advisor’s Corner with Tools and Resources from the presentation can be found here.

Stanford PACS Introduction to Effective Philanthropy for Advisors

The Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society (PACS) is a global interdisciplinary research center focused on improving philanthropy, strengthening civil society, and addressing societal challenges. The Effective Philanthropy Learning Initiative (EPLI) at Stanford PACS conducts research, develops resources, and teaches classes and workshops (such as this one) to help donors and their advisors to implement more effective strategic charitable giving. EPLI has an interdisciplinary team of academics and social impact practitioners working at the intersection of philanthropy, the behavioral sciences, and design thinking to accelerate learning for donors, advisors, and others in the nonprofit and donor-support ecosystem. 

 

Special thanks to our event sponsor:

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