This session explores intermediate-level planned gift techniques. Approximately 88% of donors’ assets are illiquid so gift officers must deftly navigate the terrain of illiquid assets in order to facilitate larger gifts.
Issues and opportunities for qualified charitable distributions, retirement plans, charitable remainder trusts, personal property, and grants from donor-advised funds will be highlighted. Donor and gift examples will be discussed for practical application.
This session features advanced-level gift planning techniques. While one may hear a lot about charitable lead trusts (CLTs), gift officers will facilitate few, if any, CLTs during their career. However, Leaving a Legacy, published by the Giving USA Foundation, found that current charitable trusts were the largest planned gifts reported by study participants.
Learn the application of this complex trust to donor situations as well as other less common planned gifts, including retained life estate and business interests.
Gift officers have diverse audiences to communicate about gift planning, including donors, prospects, colleagues, professional advisors, and hospital leadership. It's important to have a planned giving conversation that is donor-centric and reflects the compelling needs of a hospital.
This session addresses the language of philanthropy and best practices to begin a planned giving conversation. In addition, we discuss how to build a donor’s fact pattern. What is their story? What matters most to them? What is their connection to your hospital? Who are the people in their lives? What current situation(s) may influence their planned gift decision? What are their dreams?
Whether you are new to gift planning or learning how to deepen relationships with major gift donors through planned giving, this session will help you get more out of your discussions about planned gift opportunities with donors.
AHPrime members: $99
AHP members: $129