Engaging Millennials In Philanthropy Friday Forum

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Engaging Millennials In Philanthropy Friday Forum says
These are busy months for philanthropic and charitable organizations that raise money from individuals. Traditionally, older, wealthy, white individuals are targeted as potential donors. A number of groups have emerged to engage the large, diverse millennial generation in giving. We'll hear about relevant case studies and trends.

Nick Johnson is the Executive Director of the Willamette Week Give!Guide and serves on the board of the Willamette Light Brigade and the Friends of Noise resource council.

Paula Little is with Stand for Children and is a member of this year's Social Venture Partners Portland's Rising Leaders for Good cohort.

Simone Wren is the Partnership Manager at Social Venture Partners Portland.

Rebecca Burrell, a Northeast Portland native, is the new director of strategy & development at Portland Community Media. She spent the previous six years at the Regional Arts & Culture Council, where she led community engagement for the arts education partnership The Right Brain Initiative. She also cofounded Portland Emerging Arts Leaders, a leadership council member of The Oregon Community Foundation, and winner of a 2015 Willamette Week Skidmore Prize, an award delivered to non-profit leaders under the age of 36.
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By: City Club of Portland