Philanthropy in the Millennial Age
Trends toward Polycentric Personalized Philanthropy
By Elizabeth Crisp Crawford, Jeremy Jackson
The millennial generation, the largest generational cohort on record, is poised to possess more spending power than other living generations. Charities eager to tap this donor pool can better engage millennials by tying contributions to high-quality, personalized experiences.
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