Inspiring Hope for the Future through Planned Giving – Timely Takeaways from Expert Panelists
Expert panelists William Strickland of the California Community Foundation, Vincent Fraumeni, Fundraising Consultant, and Michele Bignardi of Netzel Grigsby will provide insight into the changing landscape of planned giving and new opportunities for fundraisers as we work to build a better tomorrow for our organizations. The moderated panel will be followed by a Q&A session. Intended for fundraisers with 10+ years of experience.
This event has been pre-approved for 1.25 CEs.
||Michele A. Bignardi, CFRE, CSPG
Senior Vice President, Netzel Grigsby Associates, Inc.
Michele is a senior vice president with Netzel Grigsby Associates who works with a variety of nonprofit organizations to enhance their fundraising strategies and increase the impact of their work. Michele is passionate about the power of philanthropy to build better, stronger communities.
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Principal/Owner, Fraumeni Fundraising Consultants
For thirty-four years, Vince has specialized in Planned Giving and has helped organizations raise more than $58 million in planned and major gifts. He is a regular speaker at workshops, seminars, and conferences and is a founding faculty member of the American Institute for Philanthropic Studies (AIPS) where he teaches the course in marketing planned gifts. He is a former board member for NCPG and past president of PPPLA.
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William D. Strickland, JD, CSPG
Planned Giving Officer, California Community Foundation
William Strickland, JD, CSPG, strengthens the communities of Los Angeles through effective philanthropy and civic engagement by working with CPAs, business managers and non-profit organizations through his duties as Planned Giving Officer for the California Community Foundation (CCF). Prior to joining CCF, William served as the Associate Director of Gift Planning for The Nature Conservancy.
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