Among the turbulence and uncertainty brought on by Covid-19, individuals have increasingly searched online for estate planning information, including information on planned charitable giving by bequest. Most individuals — including 57% of all Americans, regardless of income level — intend to leave an inheritance, and legacy gifts to charitable organizations are more important now than ever. Yet benefiting from planned gifts requires careful planning and preparation, including a level of comfort to have planned gift conversations with your donors.
Together with John Bacon, Chief Development Officer for Planned Giving at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and Jan Gregor, Director at For Easy Giving, we will explore strategies to ensure you are ready to pursue and receive planned gifts, even in this challenging time.
This conversation is hosted by the King Baudouin Foundation United States (KBFUS), the leading resource in the U.S. to facilitate philanthropic giving to Europe and Africa, and the Czech Fundraising Center (CFC), a leading nonprofit in resource mobilization and civil society leadership development serving the CEE region and other countries in transition.
You can learn more about KBFUS by contacting Ellena Fotinatos at email@example.com.
You can learn more about the CFC by contacting Jana Ledvinová at firstname.lastname@example.org.