One recurring theme touched on at the 2013 PPP Leadership Institute was that a rapidly declining number of charities have or are hiring full-time planned giving representatives. Instead, the new normal seems to be that a growing number of charities want the planned giving representative to also be responsible for raising major gifts.
About Dan Rice
Dan Rice is the Philanthropy Architect for Convoy of Hope, a leading faith-based organization that provides help and hope to people in need in the United States and throughout the world. Dan coaches philanthropists, solicits principal gifts and conducts charitable gift and estate planning.
Formerly, Dan was the Philanthropy Architect for Educational Media Foundation, the world’s largest Christian music broadcaster and parent organization of K-LOVE and Air1 radio networks, and Vice President of the KLOVE & Air1 Foundation.
Dan was also the Senior Philanthropic Advisor in the Principal Gifts department for World Vision, Inc., the largest Christian relief and development agency in the world. He also served as their National Director of Gift Planning. During his 26 years with World Vision, Dan developed philanthropic financial plans, designed charitable estate plans, provided gift planning consulting, conducted philanthropy coaching and co-authored the Family Philanthropy Guidebook.
Dan is a co-founder and Chairman of the Charitable Trust Administration Company, a third party charitable trust and foundation administration services corporation. He is a member of the Partnership for Philanthropic Planning Leadership Institute and formerly served for 13 years on the Board of the Morgan Stanley Global Impact Funding Trust and also on the advisory committee for the Chair of Philanthropy at The American College.
Since 1980, Dan has actively consulted with highly successful individuals and families and their professional advisors. He is nationally recognized as a humorous and informative communicator on philanthropic planning.