It’s up to your organization to make your case known to your donors, to your stakeholders, and to the community. You can’t assume that your stakeholders know or understand your Why. What does that mean? Let me give an example.
With help from PGgrowth, Foundation Fighting Blindness developed a successful proactive planned giving program.
It has become even more important than ever to include planned giving in any comprehensive capital campaign, especially in the independent school fundraising environment.
Join Ken Ramsay for this free webinar series on PGgrowth’s Datascan, an industry-leading approach to understanding the value of planned gifts in your donor base.
A conversation between Ed Sluga and Ken Ramsay.
A conversation with Ed Sluga and Tracey Church.
For years, most organizational strategic approaches to planned giving have been to invest a little and hope for a great return.