A group of experts and thought leaders in the nonprofit sector at Grand Valley State University’s Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy have examined changes in the field and identified 11 trends in philanthropy they expect to materialize in 2018. The trends touch on a number of topics, including how philanthropy relates to and will respond to changes in demographics, data, government, diversity, and geography, along with what those changes mean to the industry and practice of philanthropy.
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Teri Behrens, Jason Franklin, Kyle Caldwell, Michael Moody, Matthew Downey, Juan Olivarez, and Jodi Peterson
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