Jonathon Grover (iNotForProfit)
Jonathan Grover is founder and CEO of the Waterloo-based social enterprise, iNotForProfit, that leverages the power of mobile technology to help charities and non-profits improve their communication, strengthen their relationships and create new fundraising opportunities. Previously, Jonathan spent 5 years at Citi Private Bank in New York, where he was VP of Strategic Projects. Additionally, he has a wealth of philanthropic experience as a volunteer, donor and committee member with a number of organizations in Canada and the United States. Jonathan holds an MBA in Entrepreneurship from HEC-Paris in France, a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Johns Hopkins University, and currently resides in Kitchener with his Shih-Tzu, Watson.
What Got You Here, Won't Get You There - Engage the Next Generation of Donors with Philanthropy 2.0
The philanthropic landscape is shifting: your next generation of donors - Gen-C (C for Connected) will have a wealth of disposable income, but will communicate in vastly different ways than any generation prior. You may be saying to yourself - we're digital, we have an online donation portal, we send email appeals, we even have a Twitter feed. That may be a start, but are you mobile? Have you figured out how to harness the power of social media to increase your organizational discovery, to grow your donations? Do you have a technology strategy in place that connects you with today's youth, and cultivates those relationships for tomorrow?
If you want to learn more about Gen-C, the shifting mobile landscape and how your organization can capitalize on this trend today to increase it's donations, then join us for this stimulating discussion.