Power of Planned Giving
Looking for advice on Planned Giving?
Here are some resources to help you get started, refine your strategy, or get better results.
When I talk to fundraising pros, I ask how comfortable they are with Planned Giving. Too often, the answer I get is – not very. But it doesn’t take long to boost those comfort levels considerably. All I need to do is systematically blow up the series of insidious...
Incorporating gratitude into all of your fundraising efforts will make them more successful.
Here are my top 5 reasons why nonprofits should be encouraging donors to make a gift through their wills.
Assumptions – particularly about who constitutes a strong potential Planned Giving prospect – can stand in the way of real progress.
Your nonprofit may be missing major opportunities with planned gifts. Design your website to support your Planned Giving program and tap into that revenue.
Take the first step toward developing a Planned Giving program by downloading this free How-To Guide.
Join me on Sept. 30th for a free Planned Giving webinar.
Sunday marks the kickoff of Make-a-Will Month.
Successful Planned Giving marketing is not a one-and-done strategy. It takes time to get your audience’s attention and build a meaningful relationship.
Planned Giving Accelerator members are seeing swift and strong results, getting commitments for planned gifts that in the U.S. average $35,000 – and often come in much higher. One planned gift came from a donor who made a pledge — and then made an additional $60,000 donation to a member’s capital campaign.