Philanthropy in the New Normal is a monthly Podcast Series produced by Strategic Philanthropy, Ltd. This limited series looks at how philanthropy has been impacted by the events of 2020; the global health crisis, the economic downturn in great part created by the Pandemic, the displacement of people and damage to the environment caused by an accelerating global warming and the spotlight that has been focused on social justice and racial inequalities. These challenges of 2020 will continue into 2021 and perhaps for years after that.
Throughout the series we will explore where philanthropy fits in terms of addressing systemic issues, protecting the safety net for marginalized and disenfranchised populations and providing an opportunity for more people to get involved.
Episode 3 | The Now Generation
They used to call younger leaders “the next generation”, but don’t say that to Millennials or Gen Z. They consider themselves the Now Generation because of the issues that have been kicked down the road such as: social justice, racial inequity, climate change, food and housing insecurity, and have landed squarely in their hands.
Episode 2 | How Philanthropy is Changing; a 20-Year Perspective
Tom Burroughes, Group Editor at Family Wealth Report, and Betsy Brill, President of Strategic Philanthropy, Ltd explore the ways in which philanthropy has changed since 2000 when the firm was established and what factors are influencing and shaping the philanthropic sector going forward.
Episode 1 | 2020 Year End Giving: What You Need to Know!
Betsy Brill, President of Strategic Philanthropy, Ltd., John LaFleur and Mollie Bunis, Managing Directors of the firm, discuss how the challenges of 2020 are affecting charitable giving as we approach year end.