I've long admired Rhodri Davies as a charity sector and philanthropy thinker, and jumped at the opportunity to attend his presentation on how charities must adapt and evolve in the current landscape. Here are my Twitter notes from his presentation. Click through to the Tweets themselves to see the pictures a little bit bigger. My thread on the keynote by @Rhodri_H_Davies at #tsfrc20:The changing 2020 vision - How charities must adapt and evolve in the current landscape"Trying to predict the future is a mug's game, especially now."But looking at key trends and themes that are beginning to emerge. pic.twitter.com/7bneMkbQ66— Richard Sved (@richardsved) May 21, 2020 What are the macro trends?Pandemic happening on global level but effects hyperlocalWhere do charities fit in state vs market?Increased desire to avoid intermediaries and connect directly with cause/recipient - can lead to assumption that infrastructure is free. #tsfrc20 pic.twitter.com/TqFhGf19hT— Richard Sved (@richardsved) May 21, 2020 New expectations:People find participation being part of the model attractiveOpenness & transparency are key to engagementPeople expect digital firstPeople expect choice, tailored advice@Rhodri_H_Davies #tsfrc20 pic.twitter.com/UsG8AxUL5p— Richard Sved (@richardsved) May 21, 2020 How will fundraising adapt and evolve?How will charities adapt more broadly? How will we ensure we're in a better position to weather the next storm?