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CPGR Presents: Great Gift Planning Ideas From Books You Should Know About

  • Wednesday, February 10, 2010
  • 11:30 AM - 12:59 PM
  • The Center for Nonprofit Excellence, 518 N. Nevada, Colorado Springs

Colorado Planned Giving Roundtable
Brown Bag Series Presents:

So Many Books, So Little Time!
Great Gift Planning Ideas From Books You Should Know About

News You Can Immediately Use to Help Reach Your 2010 Goals

Presented by: Daniel P. Harris - Vice President, Regional Manager - Wells Fargo Philanthropic Services

February 10, 2010

Presented webinar style in Colorado Springs – no driving to Denver necessary to attend!

11:15 am check in and networking / 11:40 am - 1:00 pm presentation
The Center for Nonprofit Excellence
518 N. Nevada, Colorado Springs

Brown Bags are free to CPGR members!!  There is a $15 registration fee for non-members attending in Colorado Springs.

Registration for the Colorado Springs location is now available on line - just follow the link below.  Note:  The "live" presentation is in Denver, but you will select your location (Colorado Springs) on the second page of the online form.  Register now!

Feel free to bring your lunch.

Thanks to our sponsor!

Don’t have time to read as much as you’d like? You’re in good company! With so many books on the nonprofit bookshelf, you could spend many hours trying to figure out which books are worth your time. This presentation will discuss some of the top ideas to help you:

• Increase the effectiveness of your messaging
• Increase your gift planning technical competence
• Increase your productivity
• Decide which titles to put at the top of your reading list
• Get a jump on reaching your 2010 goals

This survey of some of the “cream of the crop” titles will definitely be “news you can use!”

The Colorado Planned Giving Roundtable’s Brown Bag series are for professionals new to planned giving or in the process of putting a planned giving program in place. These sessions can also serve as a great refresher for the seasoned professional. CPGR recruits local experts from among its membership to lead these informal sessions.

For more detailed information about this program or CPGR, visit our website at www.cpgr.org or email cpgr@msn.com.

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