Giving in Young Adulthood:
Gender Differences and Changing Patterns Across the Generations

Original Broadcast: Tuesday, May 15, 2018

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According to the Women’s Philanthropy Institute at the IU Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, a better understanding of donors and donor behavior may well unlock more resources to help solve pressing problems across society. Based on insights from a recent Women Give report from the Institute, this session will investigate how giving by young adults has changed over four decades, according to gender. Dr. Una Osili and Caroline Chick will also explore how the role of women in the family and in decision-making about giving has changed over time, and how this impacts giving.

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Una O. Osili, Ph.D.
Caroline Chick
Associate Dean
for Research and International Programs
Managing Director
CCS Fundraising
Indiana University
Lilly Family School of Philanthropy
 Read about Caroline here>>
Read about Dr. Osili here>>


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