There is no data that perfectly predicts what will happen to philanthropy in a time of concurrent pandemic, economic downturn and inequality and racial unrest. But there is A LOT of data to be analyzed from crises and downturns in the past. Giving stretched and contracted in various configurations during the Great Recession of 2008, the HIV/AIDS pandemic, 9/11, hurricanes, tsunamis and wars. In this program, Dr. Rooney will review what we’ve learned in previous crises and consider the effect of policies, including the CARES Act, intended to encourage giving during these challenging times.
What you’ll learn
Presented by: Patrick Rooney
Executive Associate Dean of Academic Programs, Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy
Pittsburgh Planned Giving CouncilPO Box 14852Pittsburgh, PA 15234
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