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Orr Group TALKS: “Crypto philanthropy for Nonprofits and Donors”
Cryptocurrency is changing the fundraising landscape, and with so much new wealth creation, nonprofit organizations should be paying attention. Today, crypto users are the fastest growing donor demographic, giving an average amount of $10,500 per donation – nearly 10 times larger than the average donation made in cash.

To explore the growth of cryptocurrency and its impact on philanthropy further, we will be joined by Pat Duffy, Co-Founder of The Giving Block, and Amanda Nelson, Vice President of Orr Group to discuss the emerging opportunities. If your nonprofit isn’t already accepting cryptocurrency, join to learn more about the benefits, risks, and considerations for integrating cryptocurrency as a giving option. For donors considering making a gift of cryptocurrency, sign up to hear about the tax benefits and growing community of crypto philanthropists.

Jan 27, 2022 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Pat Duffy
Co-Founder @The Giving Block
Pat created The Giving Block with Co-Founder Alex Wilson in 2018, developing the leading solutions that charities, universities, and other nonprofits use to fundraise cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin. They quickly established themselves as the leading crypto fundraising experts through the explosive growth of their programs at Save the Children and United Way Worldwide. Over the last four years, The Giving Block has turned cryptocurrency into the fastest growing donation method, founding the industry’s giving pledge, giving days, and crowdfunding platform. Today, Pat, Alex, and their team are honored to be building Crypto-Philanthropy programs for hundreds of nonprofits raising millions every month.
Amanda K. Nelson
Vice President @Orr Group
As a Vice President, Amanda brings 15 years of professional fundraising and strategy experience. She most recently served as the Associate Dean of External Affairs at The Columbia University School of Professional Studies, where she oversaw alumni engagement, development, board relations, public relations, and communications. As an Executive Committee member, she advised on strategic outreach, business development, and management decisions. Amanda was with Columbia for five years during tremendous organizational growth, leading and managing fundraising platforms, strategic initiatives, engagement events, board development, industry and University-wide partnerships, and the External Affairs and Dean’s Office teams. Amanda was the inaugural Director of Investor Relations at TCP Venture Capital, an early-stage technology social impact fund. Prior to this role, she led Board Relations at The Wharton School of The University of Pennsylvania and started her fundraising career at Orr Group.