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Thursday, November 10, 2016
The Brick
1145 Northside Blvd
South Bend, IN 46615

8:00 a.m. Registration starts with a light breakfast
8:30 - 9:45 a.m. Session I - Starting a Planned Giving Program
10:00 - 11:30 a.m. Session II - Developing Your Resources: How Philanthropy Works
12:00 - 1:30 p.m. Luncheon

Register today!

Seminar and Luncheon - $40 member / $75 non-member
Seminar or Luncheon only - $25 member / $35 non-member

Our distinguished guest speaker for the seminar and luncheon is Sandy Macnab, FAHP, CFRE, M.Ed., President of Alexander Macnab & Co. a fundraising consulting firm based in Chicago that he founded in 1994. He’s the former hospital Asst. Vice President for Development, who earlier founded and was Executive Director of a successful skill-building program for public middle school students with a wide range of learning and adjustment problems.

Sandy is an Association of Fundraising Professionals Faculty Training Academy Master Teacher and is an Adjunct Professor in the School of Business and Nonprofit Management at Chicago’s North Park University where he teaches graduate level courses on planned giving, the annual fund and major gifts. As a volunteer, he’s a member of the AFP Research Council, a member of the CFRE International Advisory Council, an AFP Chicago Chapter Mentor, former local United Way President and Campaign Chair and currently serves on the boards of Take Heart Africa Project and the World Craniofacial Foundation. 

  • NPD 2016 begins with a special early morning session for small nonprofits on starting a planned giving program. The seminar will include developing a timeline and budget. Participants who register by November 3 will receive a planning worksheet developed by our speaker.
  • The main session is for Executive Directors, Development Professionals, and Board members. This session, Developing Your Resources: How Philanthropy Works. Participants who register by November 3 will receive a workbook to help their nonprofit move towards building a strong funding base. 

As you know, National Philanthropy Day is a salute to volunteers in four separate categories:

  • Volunteer Fundraiser
  • Youth Fundraiser
  • Individual Philanthropist
  • Corporate or Foundation Philanthropist

You can submit your nominations in each of the above categories using the links below. The deadline to submit nominations is October 17, 2016 (extended from October 7 and October 14).

Nominate a Volunteer Fund Raiser
Nominate a Youth Fund Raiser
Nominate an Individual Philanthropist 
Nominate a Corporate or Foundation Philanthropist 

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