Shaké Joins Fundraising in 2022: National Trends & Local Perspectives
Date: 08 September 2022
Location: Virtual Event
Join for a panel discussion on national trends highlighted in Drew Lindsay's article featured in July 2022 Chronicle of Philanthropy and local perspectives from nonprofit leaders in the area.
In his July 2022 Chronicle of Philanthropy cover story, “The Giving Crisis: How Fundraising Can Bring Americans Back to Giving – If It Changes,” Drew Lindsay wrote that the “nonprofit industry [is] staring down the hard truth of declining rates of giving. Fewer than half of American households give to charity, down from two-thirds in the early 2000s.”
On September 8, 2022, they will discuss fundraising in 2022. Drew will join us during this virtual program to provide an overview of the national trends highlighted in his articles, including data from the Giving USA 2022 report. Boyden's Shaké Sulikyan will moderate an interactive discussion comparing and contrasting the national trends with Bay Area insights. Panelists, Marisa Melo, Executive Director of Meals on Wheels of Alameda County, Aarika Riddle, Executive Director of Kristi Yamaguchi’s Always Dream, and Lisa Tromovitch, Founding Artistic Director of SPARC, will share their perspectives on the national trends and how their organizations are engaging more donors and volunteers. Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions and share their own success stories.
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Shaké Sulikyan is a nationally recognized nonprofit executive and change-maker. She’s dedicated her life to making the world a better place. Shaké has over two decades of experience in aligning talent and resources to drive large-scale initiatives, build fruitful relationships, and reach record-breaking goals. Her nonprofit career includes roles in healthcare, academic medicine, higher education, social service and nonprofit organizations throughout the United States. In January 2022, she joined Boyden as an Executive Search Consultant and Senior Advisor, helping to build their social impact/nonprofit practice in the U.S. She moved to the U.S. at the age of 12 and currently lives in Livermore, CA with her husband and 10-year-old son.
TVNPA offers regular opportunities to meet and collaborate with peers to enhance and grow the skills and talents of the dedicated people who work and volunteer in the nonprofit sector. Organizations share their challenges and successes, announce jobs and employment openings, and notify each other of upcoming volunteer experiences and events. TVNPA provides nonprofit organizations with industry-relevant seminars, collaborative discussions and alliance networking at monthly meetings and organized events.