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The following is a listing of some of the outstanding resources available to the philanthropic planning community. Listing does not imply endorsement by the PPPGP.  If you have suggestions or additions, please let us know. When you have a need for services or products, please be sure to visit our sponsors and exhibitors who are listed below.  PPPGP appreciates the support of our sponsors and exhibitors who help make our quality programs possible.


The books listed below are available at the AFP Bookstore or at your favorite bookseller.

  • Advanced Estate Planning, The American College
  • Tax Economics of Charitable Giving, Abbin et al.
  • The Complete Guide to Planned Giving, Debra Ashton
  • Advanced Estate Planning, The American College
  • Planned Giving Essentials: A Step-by-Step Guide to Success, Richard Barrett and Molly E. Ware
  • A Guide to Raising Money from Private Sources, Thomas Boce
  • Donor-Centered Fundraising, Penelope Burk
  • Practical Guide to Planned Giving, Leonard G. Clough et. al.
  • A Manual on the Tax Aspects of Charitable Giving, David M. Davidson, Carolyn M. Osteen, Martin Hall
  • Beyond Death and Taxes, Old Questions, New Answers: A Guide to the New Estate Planning, Gregory J. Englund
  • Planned Giving, Plain and Simple, Ellen G. Estes
  • Closing the Gift, Robert Harsig
  • Planned Giving Management, Marketing and Law, Katelyn Quinn and Ronald Jordan
  • Planned Giving for Small Nonprofits, Katelyn Quinn and Ronald Jordan
  • Effective Fund Raising Management, Kathleen Kelly
  • The Seven Faces of Philanthropy: A New Approach to Cultivating Major Donors, Russ Alan Price and Karen Maru File
  • Breakthrough Thinking for Nonprofit Organizations, Bernard Ross and Clare Segal
  • Marketing Management for Nonprofit Organizations, Adrian Sargeant
  • Building Donor Loyalty, Adrian Sargeant and Elaine Jay
  • Reinventing Fundraising: Realizing the Potential of Women’s Philanthropy, Sondra Shaw and Martha Taylor
  • Designs for Fund-Raising, Harold J. Seymour
  • The Millionaire Next Door: The Surprising Secrets of America’s Wealthy, Thomas J. Stanley and William D. Danko
  • The Artful Journey Cultivating and Soliciting the Major Gift, William t. Studevant
  • Philanthropy and Taxation, Conrad Teitell
  • Big Gifts: How to Solicit Major Gifts from Private Sources, M. Jane Williams


If you’ve landed here, you’re probably already a reasonably ethical person. Given that, what more will this section and the subsequent pages do for you?

Simply put, it will help you to become more of the ethical development professional you aspire to be. It will help you make better decisions when faced with ethical dilemmas, and it will help you to defend those decisions. With the tools and insights provided here, you will be able to inspire even greater levels of trust among your colleagues, donors, and volunteers.

As a result, you will be able to attract more volunteers and donors for your organization, garner larger gifts, more easily retain supporters, and enhance your own career prospects.

This section is your portal to the following resources

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