As leaders in philanthropy, you’re likely familiar with the concept of donor privacy. Supporters see privacy as necessary protection from retribution or solicitation, or perhaps they are genuinely humble and don’t want their gifts to be publicized. At the same time, opponents often see privacy as a hurdle to enforcing laws and regulations. Whatever side you fall on, this issue is one that’s expected to get much more air time this year than in years past.
During this session, our panelists will address key questions around the issue, like: How will the Supreme Court’s decision in AFP v. Becerra impact the issue? What is the fate of donor-advised funds, the giving tool that allows the most privacy to donors? Why might regulators seek donor information? And how might this impact philanthropy in the long run?