Trust-based Philanthropy and Shifts in Giving Processes

About the Event

Explore the core principle of trust-based philanthropy and what this means for organizations in the nonprofit sector. Join for a discussion around the shifts in giving processes due to changing perspective and technology and learn how to be a part of the change to benefit your own organization and the sector at large.  


  • Dr. Amy Hilgendorf, Associate Director, Center for Community and Nonprofit Studies, joined by the Co-Create team
  • Noah Salata, Community and Social Impact Advisor, American Family Insurance Dreams Foundation
  • Mary Beth Collins, Executive Director, Center for Community and Nonprofit Studies (the CommNS) at the University of Wisconsin–Madison
  • Steve Goldberg, Owner of Steve Goldberg Consulting, LLC
  • Stephanie Schlecht, Executive Director, Schlecht Family Foundation

This event is part of a full series that AFP Greater Madison is offering in partnership with UW Center for Community and Nonprofit Studies (“The CommNS”).  To see full details of the event, please visit their website.

Conference Cost Details

$300 for the full 7-part series (Register for the full series here.)

$50 a la carte options for session 1-6

$100 a la carte option for session 7 (grant writing workshop)

Event Details