Date(s) - 04/09/2019
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Hills Bank - Blairs Ferry Road
Please note updated date and location for this program….
Speaker: Leighton Smith, founder of the Hawkeye Chapter of 100+ Men Who Care and Director of Client Service, BerganKDV
In November, IUPUI’s Lilly School of Philanthropy issued a report on giving circles, specifically how giving circle participation influences members and explores how established members differ from new ones. The report affirms previous research that giving circle members give more, give more strategically and proactively, give to a wider array of organizations, volunteer more, and are more likely to engage in civic activity. Consider reading the report (https://scholarworks.iupui.
Some of the most effective groups have developed in Eastern Iowa. The Corridor is fortunate to host both north and south chapters of 100+ Who Care, a dynamic giving circle model (https://www.
The Eastern Iowa chapters’ successes reflect the generosity of our community members and may offer insights into giving preferences of a relatively untapped demographic. Learn more from Leighton Smith, who helped found the Hawkeye Chapter of 100+ Men Who Care, which surpassed $500,000 in total cash contributions this past November.