Blackbaud's vision is to power an Ecosystem of Good® that builds a better world. During her presentation, Hutchisson shared, "Working at the intersection of all this good teaches us a lot…It reminds us, first of all, that even in this time of multiple social and economic crises, we are surrounded by so much good."
Hutchisson emphasized the resiliency of giving, even during times of uncertainty. Giving in the
Moreover, people who are engaged are generous, even during an election year. Looking at 400,000 political donors who gave over
Hutchisson noted, "Companies are creating and sustaining this Ecosystem of Good, and it's important to remember that companies are made up of people who want to be engaged. These employees are giving to COVID-related campaigns at a rate of 15 times the normal rate of giving."
"Generosity is flowing," Hutchisson concluded. "And when I look to the future, I'm hopeful this will continue. I'm reassured and reminded that there's a spirit that flows through the Ecosystem of Good. And that spirit is generosity."
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