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Last year saw a measurable drop in philanthropic donations to nonprofit arts and culture organizations. While some are quick to blame the pandemic, others believe the bigger concern is the growing disconnect between the rising generation of donors and the arts and culture sector. In today’s podcast episode, our panel unpacks these latest findings and provides practical tips for how arts organizations can bridge the perceived gap by next gen donors between the arts and the social impact causes they care most about.
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Rich Frazier has worked in the nonprofit sector for over 30 years. In his role as senior consultant with IPM Advancement, Rich offers extensive understanding and knowledge in major gifts program management, fund development, strategic planning, and board of directors development.
Melissa Cowley Wolf has 20 years of experience in philanthropy, strategic planning, and programming for art museums and higher education institutions across the United States. As a philanthropy consultant, an advisor to next generation philanthropists, and arts advocate working across industries, Melissa and her work have been profiled in The New York Times, Financial Times, Inside Philanthropy, The Chronicle of Philanthropy, The Art Newspaper, Artnet News, and more.
Jaimie Mayer is a creative producer and Chair of the Nathan Cummings Foundation. She has produced theatre on Broadway and off and had films premiere at Sundance and Showtime. https://nathancummings.org/
Arts & Culture Nonprofits Mentioned in the Episode:
The Laundromat Project https://www.laundromatproject.org/
Oakland Museum of California https://museumca.org/
Brooklyn Museum https://www.brooklynmuseum.org/