Description: Crypto Philanthropy programs are now the fastest growing revenue channel for hundreds of nonprofits including United Way Worldwide, Save the Children and the American Cancer Society. With hundreds of millions of crypto users worldwide and over $450 million in donations, Crypto Philanthropy is growing rapidly. From Bitcoin to NFTs, crypto philanthropy has changed the way thousands of nonprofits fundraise, and it’s just the beginning.
In this session, The Giving Block explains what Crypto Philanthropy is, how nonprofits can incorporate it into their future fundraising strategies, and examples and case studies of nonprofits who have successfully incorporated crypto fundraising into their work.
About Andrew Wilcox, Account Executive at The Giving Block: Andrew is based in Nashville, TN and has several years of experience in nonprofit fundraising, finance, and sales. Andrew has held roles in annual giving, major giving, and planned giving in both higher education and medical service nonprofit organizations. He is excited to help nonprofit organizations further their mission through cryptocurrency philanthropy. Andrew received his Bachelor’s degree from Hillsdale College, and his MBA from Elmhurst University.