The U.S. philanthropic market is the largest in the world – worth close to $500 billion. But how do fundraisers outside of the US get access to it?
Join IFCo's US Director and Founder of LAPA Fundraising, Laurence Pagnoni and Ellena Fotinatos, Deputy Director of The King Baudouin Foundation United States (KBFUS) for an exclusive look at how to tap into the massive fundraising market in the United States.
US Corporations, foundations, families, and individuals all give internationally, but there's lots to be understood about how to approach and engage these donors.
The King Baudouin Foundation United States (KBFUS) and LAPA Fundraising help donors support great causes by assisting them in making strategic, effective, and tax-advantaged grants internationally and domestically.
Did you know that US donors cannot give directly to international charitable organisations and obtain a tax deduction? As a US public charity, KBFUS enables U.S. donors to support their favourite causes and organisations overseas, and provide European and African nonprofits with cost-effective solutions to raise funds in the United States.
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Ellena E. Fotinatos, MIA, is Deputy Director of the King Baudouin Foundation United States (KBFUS). She is responsible for working with corporate and individual donors to assist them with their philanthropy abroad. Moreover, she helps European nonprofits navigate efficient tools to further their fundraising in the US market.
Prior to joining KBFUS, Ellena was Special Projects Coordinator at the Center for Energy, Marine Transportation and Public Policy at Columbia University. Here, she authored two published papers in a joint program with the United Nations Development Program.
He has been a faculty member of New York University’s Heyman Center for Philanthropy and Fundraising. He also coaches a group of nonprofit executive directors with the Rutgers Business School’s Institute for Ethical Leadership.
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