Over the past several months we have been talking a lot about shifting the strategic direction of the organization and addressing a rebrand, a new website and even a new name to support those changes now underway.
It’s true, PPP is undergoing a complete renovation, centered on member-focused, service-driven improvements that will bring new life to the organization… and it all started with our members
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Demographics, the economy and public policy may change, and all will impact philanthropy, but there will always be a job for gift planners who can use the tools found in planned gift software. Many nonprofits need a person who can model charitable options for any donor, however small, who wants such information.
For-profits, like the larger banks, and some community foundations and large single issue charities, are hiring such technicians. I hope the trend continues. But the emerging job, and highest paid job, is for the gift planner who can also convene a team to place the tools within an overall legacy plan, with the help of the client/donor’s other advisors.