The CGP Conference Scholarship fund was established to offer educational opportunities to fundraising and charitable gift planning professionals. The goal of the fund is to promote philanthropic planning techniques among a broad base of individuals.

Scholarships are funded through the generosity of individual donors and companies dedicated to supporting the broader profession of charitable gift planning. CGP thanks the following supporters for sponsoring scholarships in 2018.

 

George L. Wolff Memorial Scholarship Fund

Hibel Family Scholarship Fund

Norton Philanthropic Counsel

Pentera, Inc.

ThinkGiving

 

 

Each scholarship includes a complimentary conference registration and a one-year CGP membership. The total value of each scholarship is $1,075. Applications are available at the link below and  accepted through July 15.

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Scholarship recipients will be announced no later than August 15.

 

George L. Wolff

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