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No two planned-giving programs alike

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Planned giving has increased dramatically since the 1970s, causing donors and nonprofits alike to re-evaluate how they look at giving. Though everyone seems to have jumped on the bandwagon, each nonprofit has different goals for its planned-giving program.

Written by Dean Regenovich, assistant dean for advancement at the Indiana University Foundation, this guide, published by the university’s Center on Philanthropy, examines how nonprofits can establish a level of planned giving that meets the needs of their organizations.

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