Power of Planned Giving
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Here are some resources to help you get started, refine your strategy, or get better results.
Gaining expertise in Planned Giving will broaden your career and put you ahead of your peers.
Many organizations believe that Planned Giving requires a lot of technical expertise. In turn, they think they need to have experts on staff or hire expensive outside help to get started. But that’s so not true! You don’t need a lawyer on your staff or on retainer....
Get Planned Giving off your to-do list! Too many small- and mid-size nonprofits are intimidated by Planned Giving. You don’t need a lawyer, a lot of time, or a big budget to get results. Make 2021 the year you take action and start your Planned Giving program. Join me...
There is no lifetime cost for a planned gift. So people who have accumulated wealth but who cannot give it to you while they are living can give it to you when they create their estates.
You don’t need to spend a lot of money to create and market a Planned Giving program. But you do need discipline.
Planned Giving is an often-overlooked tool for hospitals and other health-care organizations.
Board members and other highly active supporters are more likely to include your organization in their wills — and they can provide powerful testimonials about your organization.
Covid-19 is causing an unprecedented set of financial challenges to faith communities. Planned Giving provides one path forward.
Planned Giving can play an important role in helping colleges and universities solidify their financial footing.
Savvy nonprofits can achieve long-term, diversified financial strength through planned gifts — primarily bequests left in the wills of generous donors who believe strongly in their work.