We are closely monitoring the developments with the global spread of COVID-19. Similar to other organizations, we feel a responsibility to take extra precautions to minimize the virus spreading unintentionally and to ensure the health and well-being of our attendees, staff, partners and communities.
For that reason, we are postponing this event. We hope you will join us on the rescheduled date of September 17, 2020 at the Urban Institute. Please save the date and look out for an invitation in the summer.
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Laws and regulations are often the focus of conversations about what might promote or inhibit charitable giving. However, social norms and narratives can be just as powerful—or more powerful—drivers of prosocial behavior and can shape charitable giving in fundamental ways. Join the Urban Institute for a broad-ranging discussion about the norms and narratives surrounding charitable giving and generosity. Drawing on new research from the Urban Institute, MIT Media Lab, and the University of Southern California Norman Lear Center, we will explore how charitable and philanthropic giving is presented in social media, movies, and film; how different approaches to teaching the practice of charity, in both household and school settings, have developed in recent years; how campaigns promoting other types of prosocial behavior might inform those seeking to increase charitable giving; and whether distinct norms and narratives govern the giving of elites and mass donors.
- Shena Ashley, Vice President, Center on Nonprofits and Philanthropy, Urban Institute
- Marya Bangee, Executive Director, Harness
- William J. Congdon, Principal Research Associate, Center on Labor, Human Services, and Population, Urban Institute
- Leslie Crutchfield, Executive Director, Business for Impact, Georgetown University
- Asha Curran, Cofounder and Chief Executive Officer, GivingTuesday
- Emily Boardman Ndulue, Researcher, Media Ecosystems Analysis Group
- Nisha Patel, Senior Fellow, Social Policy Institute, Washington University in St. Louis; Creative Catalyst, Powered by Shakti
- Erica Rosenthal, Director of Research, Norman Lear Center, University of Southern California
- Benjamin Soskis, Research Associate, Center on Nonprofits and Philanthropy, Urban Institute
- Tracy Van Slyke, Strategy Director, Pop Culture Collaborative
- Dilys Winterkorn, Head of Trusts, Comic Relief; PhD Researcher in Philanthropy, SOAS University of London
Additional speakers to be announced.
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