2021 Annual Sponsors
Are you looking for the best way to reach planned giving professionals in the Greater Philadelphia area?
The Planned Giving Council of Greater Philadelphia offers many options designed to fit your outreach needs and budget.
The PGCGP has almost 200 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.
During 2020, to keep our members, guests, sponsors, and staff safe during the Covid-19 pandemic, all 2020 programs and sponsorship went virtual. Now, through June 30th 2021, all programs and events will continue be virtual. While we remain cautiously optimistic about future events, the PGCGP Board will continue to offer virtual programs until we can safely host in-person gatherings again.
In 2021, we renewed our sponsorship opportunities to better reflect our return to in-person events after June 30th 2021. We hope to host our premier educational venue – the Planned Giving Day Conference – in-person again at the Union League in Philadelphia on October 27th 2021. Please click the link below to view a list of our sponsorship opportunities for both virtual and in-person events in 2021.
Every sponsor will receive these benefits and recognition opportunities:
Other Sponsorship Benefits
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.
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.