New ebook shares six trends shaping philanthropy in 2020
Six experts on the UK’s social good sector have shared their thoughts on the biggest trends shaping philanthropy today – and tomorrow.
The latest ebook from charity cloud software partner Blackbaud Europe, Six Trends Shaping the Ecosystem of Good contains essays chosen for their mix of practical advice, such as how to gain buy-in for your next project and how to respond to GDPR-related mishaps, to broader topics like artificial intelligence and what it means for the future of philanthropy.
Six experts on the UK’s social good sector have shared their thoughts on the biggest trends shaping philanthropy today. Each of the chapters in the eBook was contributed by a different leader in the UK’s not-for-profit space. The ebook covers a wide range of topics including the backlash against ‘Big Philanthropy’ and the implications of this changing landscape for fundraisers, and advice on successful digital leadership even when budgets are tight.
The full ebook contains the following essays:
Six Trends Shaping the Ecosystem of Good
- The Backlash Against Big Philanthropy and What it Means for Fundraisers
Dr Beth Breeze, The University of Kent
- How to be a Brilliant Digital Leader when Budgets are Tight
Zoe Amar, Founder, Zoe Amar Digital
- Go Fast? Go Alone. Go Far? Go Together: Tools and Thoughts to Gaining Buy-In for Successful Projects
Lizzi Hollis, Head of Corporate Partnerships and Engagement, Richard House Children’s Hospice
- Leaks, Breaches and Incidents, Oh My!
How to Prepare and Respond to All Types of Data Mishaps under the GDPR
Cameron Stoll, Counsel, Blackbaud
- Small Team, Big Dreams
Creating a Multi-Level Alumni Relations and Fundraising Programme
Fiona Ross, Head of Development, Grammar School at Leeds
- Bad AI Comes from Bad Data
Steve MacLaughlin, VP of Product Management, Blackbaud
The featured writers originally shared their thoughts as seminars at bbcon 2019 and are six of over 50 charity leaders and experts invited to speak at this year’s UK bbcon; a two-day event hosted in central London by Blackbaud Europe and attended by over 400 delegates.