Nonprofit Radio for September 11, 2015: The 9/11 Giving Effect

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My Guests:

David Campbell & Cristine Cronin: The 9/11 Giving Effect

David Campbell is associate professor of public administration and department chair at Binghamton University. He has first-hand 9/11 experience from his work as vice president at Community Service Society (NYC) on September 11, 2001.

We talk about his opinion piece from 2011 in The Chronicle of Philanthropy, “The Lessons of 9/11 Philanthropy.”

Then Cristine Cronin, president of NYCharities.org is with me to discuss the first online giving responses to the attacks; what’s changed as a result; lessons learned about responsiveness and collaboration; and the future of the “Donate Now” button.

Both interviews are from Nonprofit Radio on September 9, 2011.

 


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