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1. social technology and planned giving 2. opportunity to connect 3. social network use by adults use 74% do not use 26% 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 18-29 30-49 50-64
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1.introductionnonprofit leaders today are faced with doing more with less. too few havelong-term fundraising plans in place because of the urgency to meetimmediate and short-term
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1. planned givingmarketing three simple steps 2. first things firstno one cares how much you know, until…. they know how much you care. 3. how do i start?step
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1. does charitable bequest planningcannibalize current giving?“i don’t giveanymore,because i havea plannedcharitablebequest” 2. doescharitablebequestplanningcannibalizecurrentgiving?
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1. demystifyingplanned giving support center fornonprofit management delivered by tony martignetti, esq. martignetti planned giving advisors february 17, 2011 2. our objective
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1. planned givingare you leaving dollars behind? 2. what is charitable gift planning?charitable gift planning is the process of cultivating, designing, facilitating,and stewarding
1.jesse stremcha ephilanthropy coordinator social networking and planned giving mpgc conference finding the silver lining november 4, 20092. outline why its relevant?
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planned giving strategies that work rod miller www.execiae.com september 15, 2010 use twitter hashtag #npweb special thanks to our sponsors a proud sponsor of nonprofitwebinars.com
1. plannedgiving andthebraindr.russelljamesdept.ofpersonalfinancialplanning,texastechuniversity presentationaterasmusuniversitycentreforstrategic
1. mastermind groups:gift planningprofessional development 2. timewe all have time. the question is:how are you choosing to use that time?filled with frenetic activity