Givers, Doers, & Thinkers Webinar: AI & the Future of Fundraising

Kieran Raval, Chief Solutions Officer at AmPhil, will moderate the discussion with two experts on the current—and future—state of AI fundraising.

Overview

AI is at the forefront of technological advances across many industries. Executives and leaders in business, education, and politics are grappling with the best ways to include AI in their strategic thinking. Nonprofits are no exception: many have already started to harness cutting-edge AI tools to increase their revenue and multiply their bandwidth.

In this webinar, we’ll look at both the current use of AI in the nonprofit sector and what the future holds for AI tools in fundraising and nonprofit management. We’ll talk about both theory and practice, discussing the importance of AI tools, the ethics of implementing AI in navigating donor relationships, and the practical implications of AI technology for day-to-day fundraising. The questions we will explore include:

 

  • What does the current AI landscape look like for nonprofit fundraising?
  • What does the future hold for AI fundraising?
  • How can nonprofits best use AI to boost their fundraising efforts today?
  • What should nonprofits be doing to prepare for the brave new world of AI development?
  • Will robots replace fundraisers?


Kieran Raval, Chief Solutions Officer at AmPhil, will moderate the discussion with two experts on the current—and future—state of AI fundraising:

 

Shawn Olds: Shawn is the Chief Executive Officer of boodleAI, the leading machine learning peer-to-peer platform that empowers nonprofits to connect with and engage new donors and supporters and companies to find their best customers. Shawn started his career in the U.S. Army in the 82nd Airborne Division before transitioning to the private sector as a logistics operations and technology consultant as well as an IT strategy management consultant. He has since helped found several startups. 

Nathan Chappell: Nathan is the Senior Vice President of DonorSearch AI, where he leads AI strategies and deployments. As a thought leader, public speaker, inventor, and award-winning author, Nathan is one of the world’s foremost experts on the intersection of artificial intelligence and philanthropy. As a volunteer effort, Nathan founded Fundraising.Ai as a global collaboration with a focus on data ethics, data equality, privacy, and security. He is also co-author of the award-winning book, The Generosity Crisis: The Case for Radical Connection to Solve Humanity’s Greatest Challenges.

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