Recent changes in the American philanthropic landscape must be understood and adapted to if international nonprofits are to survive in today’s economy.
Jerusalem, Israel (PRWEB) September 17, 2012
Avrum D. Lapin, Director and Senior Partner of the Philadelphia fundraising firm The EHL Consulting Group, will join Dan Brown, the founder of popular philanthropy blog EJewishPhilanthropy.com, to host a seminar that explores the emerging markets in the American nonprofit fundraising arena for Israel-based organizations. The presentation will highlight and interpret key topics detailed within the report “How America Gives,” which was recently released by The Chronicle of Philanthropy.
The presentation, “Emerging Charitable Markets in the USA for Israel-Based Organizations” will be held on Sunday, September 23rd from 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM at PresenTense Hub, Hillel 14, 4th Floor in Jerusalem, Israel. Event sponsors include the EHL Consulting Group and EJewishPhilanthropy.com. The seminar is being offered free-of-charge.
“There are critical implications for Jewish and Israel-based nonprofits within the Chronicle’s latest report,” notes Mr. Lapin. “Hundreds of unique Israel-focused nonprofits represented in the U.S. seek charitable support from American donors every year. Recent changes in the American philanthropic landscape must be understood and adapted to if international nonprofits are to survive in today’s economy.”
Topics for the presentation will include:
- America's Giving Divide: Understanding how factors such as tax breaks, politics, religious affiliation, and neighborhoods impact Americans’ generosity.
- Top Jewish Donors for 2012: Discovering where the largest Jewish gifts were made in 2012, and if they stayed within the Jewish community or were donated outside of it.
- How America Gives: Understanding the most popular vehicles for charitable gifts in 2012.
About EHL Consulting Group
The EHL Consulting Group is a nonprofit fundraising consultant firm located in suburban Philadelphia, and is one of only 38 fundraising management firms that belong to the Giving Institute. Founded in 1991 by Robert I. Evans, the Philadelphia fundraising firm guides nonprofit organizations across the United States and around the world in understanding and implementing the most effective ways to raise money and sustain support. For more information, visit http://www.ehlconsulting.com.