Nonprofit leaders study major gifts
The Leadership Gift School, a privately-funded effort in Charlotte to develop the philanthropic culture of nonprofits and the community, has just graduated its inaugural class.
New school to teach major-gift fundraising
Teaching nonprofit professionals how to secure ‘leadership’ gifts will be the focus of a new initiative that a group of professional fundraisers are launching in Charlotte.
Planned-giving advice for faith-based groups
Leave a Legacy Charlotte Region is planning a planned-giving workshop for African-American congregations, and has launched a series of six planned-giving “coaching circles.”
Leave a Legacy promotes planned giving
Charlotte group is stepping up efforts to promote planned giving among fundraising professionals, donors and nonprofit board members.
Leave a Legacy to hold planned-giving program
The program, to be held March 25 in Charlotte, aims to alert fundraisers to common problems that arise when trying to close major and planned gifts.
Showing appreciation for planned gifts
Donor-recognition societies give nonprofits a way to thank their planned givers while spreading the word to other donors about alternate giving options.
Five steps for launching planned-giving programs
Getting the word out to donors about planned-giving programs can significantly expand opportunities for nonprofits, says Chris McLeod, vice president of the Greater Charlotte Cultural Trust.
Arts groups tune up for planned giving
The Greater Charlotte Cultural Trust aims to help partner groups of the Arts & Science Council prepare themselves to build their endowments.