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AFP April Forum: How Gender and Generation Influence Charitable Giving Decisions, with Pat Moline

April 19, 2017

-RESCHEDULED FROM FEBRUARY-

Wednesday, April 19, 2017
7:30am - 9:00am
Kauffman Foundation Conference Center 
AFP Members: $15      Non-members: $25 

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How Gender and Generation Influence Charitable Giving Decisions
Patricia M. Moline, CFRE, CFP(r)
Associate Chancellor for Development and Alumni Relations and
Executive Director of Development
Southern Illinois University Foundation. 

In order to be thoughtful and effective fundraisers, it's important to understand how gender and generation influence your donors’ charitable giving decisions. 

More than ever, we must take into account how these factors impact:

  • Money attitudes
  • Risk exposure
  • Types of gifts
  • Designations of gifts
  • Meaningful donor stewardship

Join Pat Moline, CFRE, CFP® for a discussion about how you can apply research and experience to help donors maximize their philanthropic potential—and improve the fundraising culture and donor retention rate at your organization.

Pat is currently the Associate Vice Chancellor for Development and Alumni Relations and Executive Director of Development for the Southern Illinois University Foundation, where she leads the fundraising efforts on the Carbondale and Springfield campuses. 

Previously, she led a five-campus team of fundraisers as Vice President of Development for the Oklahoma State University Foundation, publically launching the $1 Billion Branding Success Campaign in February 2010.

Pat held a variety of key positions over her eleven-year tenure at the Iowa State University Foundation where she directed ISUF’s Women and Philanthropy program – a nationally recognized program of excellence that continues to be a model for many organizations. She continues to present in this area and helped develop The Fundraising School at the Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University’s course Dynamics of Women’s Giving.