An Indispensable Resource for Nonprofit Leaders and Fundraisers
At a time when nonprofit leaders find themselves in an increasingly diverse philanthropic environment, understanding how to harness the power of cultural diversity is essential. This highly anticipated resource is grounded in Lilya Wagner’s many years as a fundraising professional, trainer, and consultant, as well as her extensive global and multicultural experience.
Leslie Lenkowsky, Ph.D., Professor of Public Affairs and Philanthropic Studies, Indiana University.
Dr. Lenkowsky has been on the faculty of the Indiana University for fifteen years and a regular contributor to The Chronicle of Philanthropy for twenty years. He served as chief executive officer of the Corporation for National and Community Service, the Federal agency that sponsors AmeriCorps and Senior Corps. He is a frequent speaker and writer on Jewish philanthropy, including as keynoter for the dedication of Center for the Study of Philanthropy in Israel at Hebrew University.
Highlights of the book:
- Information and insights about specific population groups and their cultures, traditions, and practices in North America that affect and influence philanthropy.
- Examples from countries of origin.
- Real-life examples and sidebars from representatives of those cultures.
- Input by professionals and practitioners from diverse populations and countries of origin.
- Suggestions for the culturally-proficient professional, particularly in fundraising.
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