Excellent Partnership Opportunity to Educate, Motivate and Empower our Community to Collectively Promote and Facilitate Planned Giving !
Partnership provides the following:
provide quality education and information to our community to collectively promote and facilitate planned giving
enrich a community where leaving a legacy through planned giving is the social norm
provide an appealing, multi-functional and user friendly website
provide member organization exposure and resources
provide collateral re: organization and membership information
Monthly Education Seminars: ($500 Each)
PGRTAZ Website through June 2017 ($1,500)
On Line Membership Directory and Job Postings through June 2017 ($750)
2016/17 Hard Copy Membership Brochure ($1,500)
We welcome the opportunity to discuss partnership.
Please contact Stephanie at 602-840-2900 or email email@example.com.
PGRTAZ Mission: Educate, motivate and empower our community to collectively promote and facilitate planned giving.
PGRTAZ Vision: We envision an enriched community where leaving a legacy through planned giving is the social norm.
SESSION HIGHLIGHTS Friday, July 22
10:30a.m. - 11:45a.m.
Sixteen Simple Stewardship Secrets
Brian Bateman, MA, Founder and President, GiftPro Consulting
You are invited to this session designed specifically for gift professionals that are still learning regardless of your gift goal. You will receive 3 practical handouts crafted specifically for the workshop. Learn to create mutually beneficial relationships with donors of all amounts! Get the 16 straightforward and effective strategies that you can integrate today. Forge closer bonds. Set yourself apart. Say thanks creatively. Share the credit. Delight the donor. Love'em up one at a time. Cultivate future gifts. Free food, prizes and other gratuitous tactics will encourage your active participation.
Revelations from a Data Maven
Diana Hoyt, President, Heritage Designs
Can your database really help you raise more money? The expert opinion is that it depends on a number of factors. Understanding these factors and the difference they can make is huge for any organization. Having a database that raises money requires strategical thinking, planning and rigorous implementation. Whether your database is small or large, clean or messy, making the data work for you is critical. Spend 75 minutes and walk away with a plan to create a remarkable database.
A Fresh Look at Sponsorships
Tina Lopez, Chief Development Officer, Save the Family Foundation of Arizona
As corporations shift focus and are moving away from supporting Event Sponsorships, how does your organization navigate around these challenges? A Fresh Look at Sponsorships is an interactive panel discussion with experienced nonprofit and corporate leaders on new and fresh ideas on how to secure sponsorships and make your fundraising event a success.
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When & Where
July 21 - 22, 2016
Where: Carefree Resort & Conference Center
37220 N. Mule Train Rd., Carefree, AZ 85377
Member - $275
Partner* - $300
Non-member - $325
Single Day RatesJuly 21st
Member - $165
Partner* - $180
Non-member - $195
Member - $110
Partner* - $120
Non-member - $130
* Partner rates are reserved for members of the Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits and the Planned Giving Round Table of Arizona.
CLICK HERE for more information and to register!
Carefree Resort & Conference Center
37220 Mule Train Road
Carefree, AZ 85377
Read the latest edition of the Alliance of Arizona Non Profits The Connector......
August Brown Bag Lunch & Learn
The Basics of Social Enterprise
Today’s social service marketplace is increasing complex. The regulatory environment is constantly changing, and government support continues to shrink. There are limits on how high fees can be raised. The philanthropic market is increasingly competitive. At the same time, you must serve more families in need!
In the right situation social enterprise can add value to your organization and your community while positively impacting your bottom line.
Social enterprises are businesses whose primary purpose is the common good. They use methods and disciplines of business and the power of the marketplace to advance their social, environmental, and human service agendas and positively impact their financial bottom line.
Learn how your nonprofit organization can evaluate if social enterprise is the right option for you and hear from the experiences of your peers.
Participants will learn:
Wednesday, August 10
Meet & Greet: 11:00am – 11:30am
Presentation: 11:30pm – 12:30pm
Location: Child Crisis Arizona
817 N Country Club Dr, Mesa, AZ 85201
Cost: AFP Members - Free
Nonmembers - $15
Don't Forget to Bring Your Lunch!
Cancellation and Refund Policy
Cancellations and Refund requests must be received in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org 72 hours prior to an event. No refunds will be issued within 72 hours of the event. All no-shows will be charged and/or invoiced.
Strategic Doing - Making Plans That Impact
Tired of talking about strategic planning and ready to move on to the next step? Learn how to transform that strategic plan that sits on your bookshelf into something you'll actually use. Through this session, learn how to simplify the strategic planning process so that your organization can finally focus on action and impact.
Through this session, participants will:
Thanks to Sue Gaub, CFRE, Chapter Past President for sponsoring the July webinar.
Wednesday, July 27
Time: 10:00am - 11:00am
Location: Halle Heart Children’s Museum
2929 S. 48th St., Tempe, AZ 85282
*Please note the webinar is not available for remote participation.
AFP Member - Free
Nonmember - $25.00Click here to register today!
We'd like nothing more than to add value to your career by offering access to one of the largest networks of professionals in charitable gift planning AND the opportunity to attend the National Conference on Philanthropic Planning, NCPP, for a lower rate!
Find out how much you can save with a PPP membership AND NCPP registration>>
Join us for Planned Giving 200 series
Gain knowledge to build endowment
The Planned Giving 200 series helps development staff of nonprofit organizations build on the knowledge of Planned Giving Basics and enhance their understanding of endowment building and engaging donors in legacy giving. Over three lunch-and-learn sessions, participants will learn about complex gifts like real estate and life insurance, using data and research to inform your planned giving strategy and how to approach the sensitive conversation of legacy giving with potential donors.
PLANNED GIVING 201
Tuesday, July 13
10:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Debi Bisgrove Community Philanthropy Center at ACF
2201 E. Camelback Road, Suite 405B, Phoenix
PLANNED GIVING 202
Tuesday, July 19
PLANNED GIVING 203
Friday, August 19
Noon to 3:30 p.m.
Join YNPN Phoenix for an evening of great discussion led by Mr. Neil Giuliano, President and CEO of Greater Phoenix Leadership. Mr. Giuliano will be sharing his personal journey of becoming a thought leader in our sector, as well as tips and advice for you to take on your own journey.
One lucky attendee will also receive a copy of Mr. Giuliano’s book, The Campaign Within: A Mayor’s Private Journey to Public Leadership. Don't miss out!
Having difficulty registering? Meet us at the door and we'll get you set up.
PO Box 4130 Scottsdale, AZ 85261