Harvey McKinnon is working to expand our thinking about giving.
His new book, “The Power of Giving: How Giving Back Enriches Us All,” provides readers with ideas, exercises and stories that help reveal the unique gifts each person has to give. It emphasizes that the more you give, the more you have, and that we benefit from giving in ways that we don’t typically think about.
In this episode of The Beacon, Lighthouse Counsel host Tom Landrum and McKinnon discuss how donors can benefit from their own acts of philanthropy. McKinnon also shares insight on:
– Creating a culture of philanthropy in nonprofits
– Important practices fundraising professionals need to embrace
– Healthy ways to think about aspects of philanthropy that don’t involve money
About our guest
With over 30 years of fundraising experience, Harvey McKinnon is one of North America’s leading fundraisers. After 10 years as a Senior Development Officer for Oxfam Canada, McKinnon started his own firm, Harvey McKinnon Associates, in 1989. He’s authored 4 books, been a featured speaker at conferences all over the world, served as the Vice President for Professional Development for the Association of Fundraising Professionals (Vancouver Chapter) and consulted for the Thich Nhat Hanh Foundation.
For more information about Harvey, visit his website or follow him on Twitter