Nonprofits enter the new year facing an unsettled fundraising climate.
Donors are concerned about the sluggish economy, potential cuts to federal spending, and changes to the tax code. Meanwhile, changing technology presents new challenges and opportunities to groups that want to reach new supporters.
Will more donors move away from direct gifts toward loan or investment options? Which groups, if any, will have an advantage in the coming months? Could potential changes to the tax code spur giving?
Read the transcript below of a live online discussion that will help your nonprofit meet its 2013 fundraising goals.
Patrick Rooney is associate dean for academic affairs and research at the Indiana University School of Philanthropy.
Steven MacLaughlin is director of the Idea Lab at Blackbaud, a global provider of software and services for nonprofits.
Holly Hall is features editor at The Chronicle of Philanthropy and has been covering nonprofit fundraising for more than two decades.
The Chronicle’s live discussions do not require registration. Simply return to this page at 1 p.m. Eastern time on the day of the scheduled discussion and click on the box below to participate. If you cannot participate during the live event, the full transcript will be available afterward in the box below.