Prospective AudienceThe PGCGP has almost two hundred members from the Philadelphia, New Jersey, and Delaware metro region, including members from many of the region’s largest not-for-profit organizations and universities. Our programs also attract those new to planned giving, generalists whose duties include planned giving, major gift officers and allied professionals such as philanthropic advisors, estate attorneys, certified public accountants, and financial advisors.
In 2023, we continue to update our sponsorship opportunities to better reflect our organizational needs. We plan to host our premier educational program – the Planned Giving Day Conference – in-person at the Union League of Philadelphia on Wednesday, October 25, 2023.
Educational Programs: PGCGP educational programs are usually scheduled between 11:00am to 2:00pm and include an expert speaker on topics related to planned giving and philanthropy.
Planned Giving Day Conference: We plan to host our annual premier educational conference in-person event on Wednesday, October 25, 2023, with interactive and engaging break-out education sessions – and some not offered anywhere else. Attendees at the Union League typically number two hundred and include members and non-members from the Philadelphia metropolitan area as well as individuals from neighboring states. In 2022, the in-person conference attracted attendees and vendors regionally and nationally.
Planned Giving Course: The Planned Giving Course provides a foundation for fundraising professionals just entering the field of Planned Giving as well as technical knowledge for financial advisors and attorneys regarding how to incorporate charitable giving in an overarching financial and estate plan for their clients. Coming out of the pandemic, the course has been revisited to ensure that the sessions, timing, and platform support the needs and expectations of potential participants and reflects the changes in the nonprofit sector while looking to widen the audience of attendees. For 2023, the Planned Giving Course will be offered through a hybrid model incorporating formal learning (webinars and workshops), access to mentors, and peer-to-peer interactions. The virtual portion will be held on Friday, April 28 and the in-person portion will be held on Thursday, May 4 at the American College of Financial Services offices in King of Prussia, PA. All sponsors will be recognized in the Planned Giving Course materials and during introductions.
Newsletter and Communicating with our Members: We communicate with our members and colleagues in many ways including the PGCGP Newsletter as well as via Eblast and LinkedIn postings. Regular Eblasts are sent to our membership database, as well as hundreds of others who requested to be included in our distribution list. LinkedIn postings are seen by those who are linked with PGCGP and who follow us on the platform.
Website: Our website is visited by hundreds weekly. Members access the site for information about and registration for upcoming programs, to download handouts from previous programs, and sponsor-driven Whitepapers. Members also frequently access the job opportunities and newsletter page.
Every sponsor will receive these benefits and recognition opportunities:
✓ The opportunity to submit topic/speaker suggestions
✓ Opportunity to include links to Whitepapers and Articles in our newsletter, on the
PGCGP website and Eblast
✓ Receive advance notice of program speakers and attendees
✓ Your logo on the website’s Sponsor page as well as materials
Other Sponsorship Benefits
Scholarship Sponsors: Consider sponsoring a PGCGP scholarship for $500 to cover the cost of a member’s national (NACGP) membership, local PGCGP membership, PG Day, and other membership benefits. Award eligibility is prioritized for furloughed or unemployed colleagues, and then those whose nonprofit budgets do not cover professional development opportunities.
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PGCGP reserves the right to refuse and/or revoke participation by any sponsor or exhibitor in the event of a violation of industry ethical standards.