In a few days, Baltimore will be abuzz with people from all over the nation. They will be in a conversation that you should be a part of. Answer a few quick questions to find out what this conversation has to do with you: Do you work for a nonprofit (leader, employee, volunteer)? Are you … Continue reading Why You Should Not Wait Another Day to Join this Conversation
Are you curious about Planned Giving and how your nonprofit can get started with a program? If so, I have prepared a presentation for an upcoming event and I would like to share it with you. Click the link below to get your free download (pdf): The Five Ws of Planned Giving: Who is involved … Continue reading The Five Ws of Planned Giving for Your Nonprofit
The Overlooked Fundraising Gem: Planned Giving If you are involved with a nonprofit – 501(c)(3) organization, listen up: Executive Directors, Development Directors, Church Leaders, Faith Based Leadership, Board Members, Donors and Supporters. Planned giving (click here for free eBook) is a form of fundraising that has adjusted to trends in charitable giving for generations. Through … Continue reading The Overlooked Fundraising Gem: Planned Giving
This post was edited on 9/10/17. After watching the nation deal with the challenges of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, I was moved to share information on giving and what it means to different folks. Why we give is personal: victim of a natural disaster, affected by an illness, family member suffers with an ailment, generous … Continue reading Giving Comes in Many Shapes and Sizes: What Fits Your Style?
Aquanetta J. Betts, Esquire, is one of the presenters at the National Bar Association’s 89th Convention in Atlanta, Georgia: The Nonprofit Organizations Committee’s presentation is slated to be a Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Seminar on July 31, 2014, with CLE credits available: Non-Profit Mergers and Acquisitions: A Survival Strategy for African American Institutions Objective: Information … Continue reading Aquanetta J. Betts, Esquire, is one of the presenters at the National Bar Association’s 89th Convention in Atlanta, Georgia