The Diocese of St. Augustine’s Catholic Foundation and Community Counseling Service (CCS) have teamed up to present an event for donors and supporters of non-profits, development professionals and community leaders.
On Tuesday, August 23, from 3 to 5 p.m., the diocese will provide a panel presentation on both the landscape of giving in the United States and in the metropolitan area of Jacksonville. The presentation is entitled, “Perspectives on Philanthropy: Insights on Giving USA 2016 & Today’s Philanthropic Landscape” with Luke Driscoll and Steven Manno, corporate vice presidents of CCS, a firm providing fundraising, development services and strategic consulting throughout the country.
“The Diocese of St. Augustine and Catholic Foundation are pleased to collaborate with CCS and a distinguished panel of development leaders and experts in greater Jacksonville to bring this presentation and forum to our unique giving community,” said Stanton Cadow, executive director of the Catholic Foundation and organizer of the event. “Philanthropy can never be celebrated or recognized enough,” he added.
If you want to learn more about the annual comprehensive charitable giving report and the long history of philanthropy in the U.S., you won’t want to miss this presentation. The report also includes the most up-to-date data and evidence of the incredible generosity in the United States by individuals, foundations, and corporations to religious institutions, higher education, healthcare and other non-profits.
The presentation will be held at Blue Cross Blue Shield – 4800 Deerwood Campus Parkway, Jacksonville. To register, visit http://www.planetReg.com/GivingUSA. For more details and questions, call Julie Snow at (904) 262-3200, ext. 106 or email email@example.com.