In this episode of the Hubcast, Katie and Jordan enjoy a conversation with Elizabeth Abel from CCS Fundraising. Elizabeth is a thought leader in philanthropy and a seasoned expert in fundraising. Jordan and Katie get to ask Elizabeth all of their questions about the newly published Snapshot of Today’s Philanthropic Landscape report from CCS Fundraising. Tune in to hear about the record-breaking charitable giving in 2020 and more!
About Elizabeth Abel
Elizabeth Abel is an expert in nonprofit fundraising and powerhouse in philanthropy, having raised nearly half a billion dollars for nonprofit organizations across the country. She is a Corporate [after 9/1 Senior] Vice President at CCS Fundraising, a global fundraising consulting firm for nonprofit institutions. In this role, Elizabeth designs, advises, and leads philanthropic capital campaigns that equip nonprofits with the resources and revenue to achieve their mission and have the greatest benefit to the communities they serve, driving sustainable social change and positively impacting tens of thousands of lives. Elizabeth is a professor at the University of Pennsylvania’s Nonprofit Leadership Program, where she educates and empowers students to drive social change through philanthropy. Beyond the classroom, she is a sought-after speaker at industry conferences, published author on trends in philanthropy, and has an active social media presence where she offers nonprofit industry insights and fundraising tips for success. She lives in New York City with her husband and daughter and is an avid traveler, hiker, and tea drinker.
This episode of the Hubcast is sponsored by CCS Fundraising.
CCS Fundraising is a strategic consulting firm that partners with nonprofits for transformational change, providing a wide range of services that support and strengthen their fundraising programs. Founded in 1947, CCS operates in more than a dozen offices in countries around the world. The firm’s experts—skilled in campaign and development strategy—work closely with organizations of all sizes across nonprofit sectors. For the past ten years, CCS’s Snapshot of Today’s Philanthropic Landscape has compiled and contextualized essential research on philanthropy in the United States. Their newly-released tenth-edition report dives into key themes in philanthropy today like the impact of COVID-19 and diversity, equity, and inclusion, along with overarching data on giving by individuals, foundations, and corporations. Download your copy at ccsfundraising.com.