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Giving USA 2022: Cincinnati Live Event

June 21, 2022
07:30 -
07:30

Giving USA has long been the authority on charitable giving trends. This year, CSH is proud to partner with the Yunker Group to sponsor Giving USA 2022, taking place at Cincinnati’s iconic Museum Center.

Melissa S. Brown, President of Melissa S. Brown & Associates, LLC, will present this year’s report, which features benchmarking information for trustees, philanthropists, financial advisors, giving officers, not-for-profit leaders, executive directors and fundraising professionals.

A solid fundraising game plan can make all the difference in an uncertain marketplace. Together with our sponsors, we are happy to provide this valuable talk for clients, colleagues and friends free of charge.

Location note: Our June 21 event is in person at Cincinnati Museum Center. On June 22, we will hold a webinar for those who are unable to attend in person.

Date: Tuesday, June 21, 2022

  • Continental Breakfast: 7:30 – 8:30 a.m.
  • Program and Q&A: 8:30 – 10:00 a.m.

Presenter:

  • Melissa S. Brown, President, Melissa S. Brown & Associates, LLC

Organizing Sponsor:

  • The Yunker Group

Sponsors:

Event Details

Address
Cincinnati Museum Center Reakirt Auditorium 1301 Western Avenue Cincinnati, Ohio 45203
Starts
June 21, 2022
07:30
Ends
June 21, 2022
10:00
Time Commitment
2.5 hours

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