Planned giving: Lessons from the dead
Planned giving can appear out of reach to many nonprofits, but it's more manageable than you think: Get over your fears, create the right context for the donor, be worthy of the gift and ask.
Stang retiring from Triangle foundation
Fred Stang, who helped the Triangle Community Foundation grow from $10 million in assets and 120 charitable funds in 1994 to roughly $135 million and 750 charitable funds this year, is retiring as the organization’s director of development, effective July 2.
Planned giving can ward off disaster
Planned gifts, typically larger than one-time cash gifts, provide funds to build endowments and can sustain nonprofits during economically trying times.
Three key planned-giving vehicles, demystified
Fred Stang, director of development at the Triangle Community Foundation in Durham, N.C., profiles three essential gift vehicles for nonprofits starting a planned giving program.