2024 Partner Program Series: Overcoming Psychological Barriers to Giving

What are the most common barriers to giving and what are the actionable ways you can use with philanthropic families to help them overcome them?

Join us for a virtual gathering of regional associations of grantmakers, consultants and advisors who support family philanthropies as we take a deep dive into NCFP’s forthcoming Overcoming Psychological Barriers to Giving report. The report explores the behavioral science behind the 10 most common barriers to giving—such as too many choices, fear of uncomfortable family dynamics, and lack of urgency—and provides effective ways for donors to overcome them.

Hear directly from the report’s researchers and connect with colleagues to explore how these insights can strengthen your practice and approach to serving donor families.

If you have any questions regarding the Partner Program Series please contact Shannon Jeffries, Senior Manager, Network Engagement.

About the Partner Program Series

The 2024 Partner Program Series is a virtual program which will provide our network of regional associations of grantmakers, philanthropic consultants, advisory firms, and financial institutions a space to engage with the latest trends and research in our sector and network with fellow NCFP partner organizations.

The first session of the series will take place on July 17, the second session will take place in fall 2024 (more details to come).

Featured Speakers

Betsy Erickson

Betsy Erickson leads Arabella’s work with family and individual clients, supporting them to further their learning,…

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Piyush Tantia

Piyush Tantia is Chief Innovation Officer at ideas42, a social enterprise that uses insights from behavioral science…

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Nicholas A. Tedesco

Nicholas (Nick) Tedesco is the President and Chief Executive Officer of the National Center for Family…

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Questions? Contact us at ncfp@ncfp.org.