Tag Archives: Planned Giving

Where Will It Go and Who Will Remember You?

I write this post, not only for my regular audience of nonprofit professionals, but also to my friends for whom this applies. Like most people, I have many friends that I have acquired over my lifetime.  I love them all … Continue reading

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They Did the Right Thing

When I started this series on ethics and fundraising, I stated that I would not name those individuals or organizations that violated the tenets of the AFP Code of Ethical Principles and Standards, but I would name those that set … Continue reading

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Getting More from Your Smaller Donors

It’s a new year.  2014 is here and the battle to raise sustainable support for your organization begins anew.  Some development departments and professionals are planning annual fundraising events, researching grant  opportunities, and performing other tasks to help them reach … Continue reading

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Make Planned Giving a Family Affair

Planned giving is an important aspect of a development plan for both the donor and the organization seeking the gift.  For the donor, it is a meaningful way to make a difference for an organization that the donor has passion, … Continue reading

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