2020 CGP Conference 

OCTOBER 7-9, 2020 | Chicago

CGP Conference is a unique meeting place for all professionals working in charitable gift planning. In your work, you’d love to find these people at the planning table—charitable, financial and estate advisors. At CGP Conference, you’ll sit around that training table, collaborating with the experts at the podium and with your peers, leaving with the tools to do your job better.

2020 Registration Fees

Full-conference registration, CGP national member

$399

Full-conference registration, nonmember

$599

Join CGP national and save! (conference/new membership bundle: membership fee is non-refundable in the event of conference cancellation) 

$529

 

 

Cancellation Policy: Please submit written or email cancellation notice to Carey Wilson: cwilson@charitablegiftplanners.org

Please note: If taking advantage of the "Join CGP and Save" membership/conference bundle, membership fee is non-refundable in the event of conference cancellation. This option is for new members only.

Notice received on or before September 1: 

Full refund minus $50 processing fee

After September 1:

No refunds

 
 

If you have already registered for the in-person 2020 CGP Conference, please do not register again. Registration instructions and refund options will be sent via email. If you have any questions, please contact Carey Wilson at cwilson@charitablegiftplanners.org

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