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At CGP, we're committed to improving the art and science of the charitable gift planning process. We equip members with relevant resources, including hundreds of guidelines, articles, model documents and samples. Tap into the knowledge in our Education Center.

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In the online community, CGP Link, you can interact with more than 4,000 fellow members who work for all types of organizations, nonprofits, and advisor professions. Take part in the conversation. Share wisdom, ask questions, get news, and expand your potential.

Sharpen your skills. Activate your network.

Save the date for the 2017 National Conference on Philanthropic Planning. Join us in Baltimore October, 9-11 to engage with hundreds of professionals in exploring progressive, cutting edge content to build and re-energize your charitable gift planning skills.

 

 
 
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