INFOGRAPHIC: Mobilize Millennials for Your Cause

| January 2, 2017

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Millennials are the future of philanthropy. No social impact organization can afford to ignore this massive audience with a passion for social good and global connection. A new generation of social sector leaders is emerging and as these young adults advance in their careers, their giving power will only grow. Organizations that engage them now will see big rewards in the future. We’ve combed through surveys and reports from the Pew Research Center, the Millennial Impact Report, The New York Times, and more to find the most important insights for nonprofits who want to appeal to and engage with millennials. We’ve gathered what you need to know in this handy infographic. Read on to find out what causes millennials love, their preferred communication channels, and how they can support your mission.

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Recognized by the Boston Globe as one of the Top 100 Places To Work, Bay Cove Human Services is a private, not-for-profit corporation that provides a wide variety of services to individuals and their families who face the life-long challenges of developmental disabilities, aging, mental illness and drug and alcohol addiction. We have a wide variety of programs available to our clients including residential services, employment support, and day habilitation programs. Bay Cove's 2,000 highly trained employees serve more than 20,000 individuals and their families each year at more than 160 different program sites throughout Greater Boston and southeastern Massachusetts.

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