The National Conference on Philanthropic Planning (NCPP) is being held in Baltimore, MD on October 9-11, 2017. NCPP offers education for every professional, at every experience level, working in charitable giving. This conference offers a fantastic lineup of speakers, breakout sessions, pre-conference workshops, and six specialized education tracks.
Session recordings and papers from NCPP 2016 are available for purchase in the CGP Shop.
At the National Conference on Philanthropic Planning (NCPP), more than 800 charitable gift planning professionals gather to network, collaborate and learn. Conference sessions serve seasoned professionals as well as those who are new to the field.
NCPP is a great way to jump-start your professional knowledge. The JUMPSTART: Gift Planning Fundamentals is the must-have crash course in charitable gift planning.
Hone your skills.
Take your gift planning knowledge to the next level with specially designed tracks for all experience levels.
Expand your expertise.
Seasoned professionals can share ideas and wisdom at the Summit track, which honors the careers and professional perspective of the gift planning community’s most experienced thought leaders.
Enhance your program.
Manage your gift planning program with excellence when you gain insight on the best practices essential to a successful gift planning effort. Sit down with colleagues from programs like yours and learn ways to refine your own gift planning operations.
Free NCPP 2015 Session
Philanthropic Planning Paralysis: Getting Donors to Act
Speaker: Justin Miller
When evaluating philanthropic planning advice, many donors find themselves paralyzed from taking any action. How do you determine the optimal philanthropic solutions that accomplish a donor’s objectives, communicate sophisticated planning strategies in a manner that is easy to understand, and motivate a donor to implement those strategies? This session provides concrete methods for you to help donors move beyond anxiety and confusion and take action—even in an environment of ongoing market volatility and economic uncertainty.