The Planned Giving Council of Lee County Presents the 2017 Planned Giving Symposium
Event on 2017-06-16 08:00:00
The Planned Giving Council (PGC) of Lee County will present the 2017 Planned Giving Symposium on Friday, June 16, 2017 from 8:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. at Florida Southwestern State College. The keynote speaker is Laura Fredricks.
Fredricks is the Billion Dollar A$ K Maker Powerhouse, who as CEO and Founder of THE A$ K© trains and coaches nonprofits and businesses on How to A$ K for Money…and More of It. She is the first to combine the most trusted professions, law and philanthropy, to show how any person, charity or business can raise money to unprecedented levels. Her five books, including THE A$ K©, are the international industry leading go-to guides. Fredricks’ latest book: “THE ASK: For Business, For Philanthropy, and Every Day Living” will be out November 2017. She is today’s Money Wellness Expert and Media Personality.
“For more than 25 years, Laura Fredricks has advised organizations around the globe on current trends within the philanthropic world and emerging thoughts on management of their assets, personnel, and organizational structure,” said Dotty St. Amand, president of The Planned Giving Council of Lee County. “This is an excellent opportunity for non-profit professionals, financial and legal professionals that work in philanthropy, board members, volunteers, and community leaders to have an engaging day of education and networking.”
Sponsors include the Estate Planning Council of Lee County—Leave a Legacy, Florida SouthWestern State College Foundation, Cape Coral Community Foundation, Myers, Bretthotlz & Company, P.A. and Trevett Capital Partners. Additional sponsorship opportunities are available.
Early bird registration is until May 19, 2017. After May 19, registration is . Registration fee includes continental breakfast and lunch. To register go to www.plannedgivinglee.org.
The Planned Giving Council of Lee County provides programs presented by expert speakers, symposiums, networking and guidance to professionals involved in all aspects of charitable giving. PGC members are committed to better serving their donors and clients by helping them to make charitable gifts that are well planned both financially and philanthropically. The council strives to engage all constituents in the charitable gift planning process: planned giving and major gifts professionals, nonprofit managers and trustees, financial and estate planners, trust managers and administrators. For more information go to www.plannedgivinglee.org or call (239) 850-0040.
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