Let’s Start Your
Planned Giving Program, Together
You don’t need an expensive team of lawyers and consultants to build a Planned Giving program at your nonprofit.
In Planned Giving Accelerator, I’ll guide you through the process of starting a Planned Giving program in a format that’s easy, accessible and affordable.
— Tony Martignetti
I’ve helped nonprofits secure more than $100 million in Planned Gifts — and I’ve designed a customized, year-long virtual training course that can help you start your Planned Giving program.
Get ongoing live coaching sessions that will guide you through every step of the process.
Learn and network with a trusted and vetted community of nonprofit peers.
Receive advice, tips, case studies, checklists, and other exclusive resources to help you start your Planned Giving program.
Why Planned Giving?
The average charitable bequest in the U.S. is about $35,000. Over time, those gifts add up and can serve as a foundation for long-term financial stability.
Planned Giving Accelerator is designed to help small- and mid-size nonprofits that have an established pool of individual donors but don’t have the means to hire expensive consultants.
For less than the cost of most nonprofit conferences, you’ll get everything you need to build your Planned Giving program!
Work With The Planned Giving Evangelist
I’ve been helping nonprofits since 1997.
That’s when I turned my back on practicing law — for me, a comfortable but unpleasant way to make a lot of money — and discovered Planned Giving.
After launching Planned Giving programs at Iona College, and then St. John’s University, I recognized I have a passion and talent for helping charities start successful and sustainable Planned Giving programs.
Since then, I’ve been the evangelist for Planned Giving — showing scores of small- and mid-size nonprofits how they can build a pipeline of legacy gifts that support long-term financial stability.
Is Your Nonprofit Ready for a Planned Giving Program?
Through Planned Giving Accelerator, you will quickly learn that you don’t need a lawyer, a lot of time, or even a background in Planned Giving to get results.
Even if you have no familiarity with the specifics and nuances of Planned Giving and no existing endowment, it’s possible for you to start securing planned gifts in just a few short months with the right approach.
One of the smallest nonprofits I worked with, a historical society, secured eight Planned Giving commitments within its first year!
If your nonprofit is at least five years old, has individual donors, and is committed to creating more sustainable funding sources, you can succeed with Planned Giving Accelerator.
Planned Giving Accelerator is a year-long, virtual program designed for small- and mid-size nonprofits.
You’ll work closely with me to get all the advice and tools you need to build a Planned Giving program that gets results.
Here’s what you’ll get …
I’ve designed a series of interactive classes to help you build your program from the ground up.
Throughout the year, I’ll answer your questions and guide you through every step.
A trusted community of peers
You’ll be working alongside other vetted nonprofit pros, sharing ideas and networking.
You’ll have access to a library of video tutorials that provide advice on demand.
You’ll get private podcasts that will help guide your progress.
Tools and templates
You’ll get loads of sample fundraising letters, marketing materials, checklists, and more resources.
Join Planned Giving Accelerator Today!
For less than the cost of most nonprofit conferences, you'll gain access to a year-long program to help your nonprofit build a pipeline of planned gifts.
Register by August 15 and you'll get a special, early-bird rate for our inaugural class, which kicks off on October 1.
Early-Bird RateSecure Your Seat Early
- Begins Oct. 1, 2020
- Includes up to 3 individuals from each nonprofit
- Learn in a fully virtual environment
- Early-bird rate expires Aug. 15, 2020
Regular PriceSign up later
- Not yet ready to commit?
- You can join any time after Aug. 15 at our regular rate.
- In the meantime, sign up for my Planned Giving newsletter
- You'll get free access to advice, news, and more.