October 14-16, 2014
#2014NCPP - Registration Opens in April
The National Conference on Philanthropic Planning is a unique meeting place for all of the professionals who make charitable giving most meaningful. In your work, you'd love to find these people at the planning table--charitable, financial and estate advisors with the experience and spirit to build the legacies their donors and clients desire. At the conference, you'll sit around the training table, collaborating with the experts at the podium and your peers in the seats to build your own experience and spirit. At home, you'll be more confident and creative in your work with donors and clients, and more precise in communicating your results to your managers.
WHAT MAKES NCPP UNIQUE?
We know that how you 'do' philanthropic planning depends on your professional background, your prospect or client base, your budget and staff resources, your mission, your metrics and a dozen other factors. We've designed six tracks to connect you with the most helpful content and peers.
Stay in one track to meet speakers and other attendees who are dealing with opportunities and constraints like yours. Or mix and match sessions from various tracks to meet your goals. Before, during and after the conference, you can network with faculty and other attendees online in PPP's Community.
Planned Gift Specialists
Techniques for managing relationships with traditional planned gift prospects and coaching fundraisers in other development departments.
One-Person/Small Shop Development Officers
Gift planning strategies for attendees who are responsible for all types of fundraising in their organizations.
Major and Principal Gift Officers
Creative planned gift options for major gift donors and high net worth prospects, including blended gifts and unique strategies to meet donor goals.
Professional Development for Advisors
Technical information and skills coaching to help advisors integrate philanthropic planning into estate and financial planning practices.
Current information on trends, demographics, legislative developments and other issues or events that affect donors' assets and decisions and shape the goals and performance of fundraisers.
This masters track honors Frank Minton's long career in gift planning, and his service to PPP as board president, Distinguished Service Award recipient, and indefatigable coach and climber. Frank has crafted a challenging trek for experienced planners who are seeking new perspective on the essential tools and techniques of charitable planning.
||On or before August 18
||After August 18
|Full-conference registration, PPP National Member
|Full-conference registration, nonmember
|New this year - join PPP national & save!
|JUMPSTART: Gift Planning Fundamentals: Tuesday, October 14
|One-day registration: Wednesday, October 15
|One-day registration: Thursday, October 16
|Exhibit booth attendant: Does not include breakout sessions
Conference sessions are
authorized by CFP and CFRE boards for continuing education
credit. Those seeking continuing legal education credit are
encourage to submit conference materials to their local
certifying body after the conference; certificates of attendance
Who should attend?
Most sessions are
geared toward professionals with, at minimum, a basic
understanding of gift planning tools and techniques, and many
sessions are geared to senior level planners. However,
foundational sessions are provided for fundraisers and advisors
who are just beginning to build their expertise in philanthropic
planning. A pre-conference JUMPSTART seminar is available to introduce novice planners to concepts and techniques that will be discussed during conference sessions.