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The Most Important Prediction for the Next Decade

I’ve made broad and sweeping predictions on how technology, donor expectations and regulation, and major gifts will impact philanthropy and our work in the next decade. Now, I offer the final, most important philanthropy prediction for the next decade. . . 2020 Philanthropy Prediction 10:  Institutions that thrive will systematically and regularly ask donors for […]

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2020 Philanthropy Predictions – Part III

Below is the third installment in the four-part series devoted to philanthropy predictions for the 2010-2019 decade.  Part I focused on how technology will change our work over the next 10 years, while Part II focused on the ways donor expectations and the regulatory environment will impact our work.  Part III focuses on major gift […]

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2020 Philanthropy Predictions – Part II

Below is the second in a four-part series devoted to philanthropy predictions for the 2010-2019 decade.  The first three predictions in Part I focused on how technology will change our work over the next 10 years.  Part II below is focused on how donor expectations and the regulatory environment will impact our work. So, without […]

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2020 Philanthropy Predictions – Part I

Welcome to 2010!  (Is that Two-thousand and Ten, Twenty-Ten, or Oh-Ten?)  Whatever the name, our new year and new decade are here. At the end of 2009 (i.e. last week), I promised a list of philanthropy predictions for the next decade so here goes!  I’m going to provide 10 predictions in total.  The first three […]

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