Gift Planning Marketing in Small Shops and Big Shops: What can we learn from each other?


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Gift Planning Marketing in Small Shops and Big Shops: What can we learn from each other?

Whether you’re in a small OR large shop, the basics are the sameit’s the scale that’s different. Jill will focus on practical tips and tricks to maximize your effectiveness as a planned giving fundraiser.

Using examples from her extensive planned giving career, Jill will help you put these tips and tricks to work immediately in your own shop. This is one session you won't want to miss!

jill_nelson_photo_2.jpgFor over 25 years, Jill Nelson, CFRE, has facilitated donor giving to a variety of charities, large and small, and has been deeply touched by the joy that philanthropy provides to the giver and receiver – and the advisors who make it happen! She has been part of the Major Gifts team at The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation for over 12 years, where she is Associate Vice-President, Estate Giving.


Jill is on the National Board of the Canadian Association of Gift Planners (CAGP-ACPDP), chairs the CAGP Education Committee, and participates on the program committee for CAGP’s annual National Conference on Strategic Philanthropy. She is Faculty for the Original Gift Planning Course (known as the “Banff course”) and Gift Planning Fundamentals. Jill received the Jasmine Sweatman Award from the GTA Chapter in 2011, and is a “Friend of CAGP."

This session is a Lunch & Learn. Enjoy a delicious catered lunch, listen to a professional gift planner or allied professional share their expertise in-person, and network with your colleagues for only $35.

2019_cfre_ce_provider.jpgCAGP Waterloo-Wellington is a CFRE Continuing Education Approved Provider. Full participation in a Lunch & Learn or Webinar Viewing is applicable for 1 credit in Category 1.B – Education of the CFRE International application for initial certification and/or recertification.


8 mai, 12:00pm to 8 mai, 1:00pm


10C, 42 Carden Street
Guelph,  Ontario  N1H 3A2 Canada