The North Carolina and South Carolina Planned Giving Councils invite you join us:
May 1-2, 2018
Kanuga Conference Center
The Carolinas Planned Giving Conference provides a great setting to network, learn, and fellowship with your planned giving peers in a relaxed atmosphere. No stuffy business suits and high heels… bring your jeans and sneakers! You will love the updated accommodations in the recently renovated Inn, or if you prefer a more rustic setting, you’ll enjoy the cozy atmosphere in one of the quaint historic cottages!
You won’t want to miss this conference! Additional conference information and registration links are below.
CONFERENCE KEYNOTE SPEAKER – Lorraine del Prado, CSPG, CFRE, FCEP, Principal, Del Prado Philanthropy
Lorraine has been in charitable planning and fund development for 25 years and has led operations that have raised hundreds of millions of dollars in outright and legacy gifts. She most recently served as Vice President for Seattle Children’s Hospital Foundation where she led their principal gift and legacy planning programs for 11 years. The legacy planning program she built at Seattle Children’s was considered among the strongest and most dynamic planned giving programs in Washington state and among children’s hospitals in north America. It featured 1500+ legacy society members, 300+ professional advisor volunteers, more than $200 million in realized gifts and more than $400 million in expectancies. Prior to her role at Seattle Children’s, she served as the President of Children’s Hospital & Research Center Foundation at Oakland, a fundraiser at the University of California, Berkeley and Sr. Account Executive at New Boston Group, a fundraising consulting and direct marketing company.
Lorraine holds the designations of Certified Specialist in Planned Giving (CSPG) from the American Institute of Philanthropic Studies and Certified Fundraising Executive (CFRE) and is a Fellow in Charitable Estate Planning (FCEP). She earned a bachelor’s degree in Humanities, cum laude, from the University of the Philippines and a master’s degree in English Literature from Boston University. In terms of volunteer leadership, Lorraine is President of Leave 10, Board Member of the Seattle Philanthropic Advisors Network and Associate Dean for Planned Giving at the Association of Healthcare Philanthropy’s Madison Institute. She is also a member of the Purposeful Planning Institute, Washington Women’s Foundation, the Washington Planned Giving Council and the Estate Planning Councils of Seattle and East King County.
Goals of the Conference: This conference is a quality continuing education opportunity for development professionals to expand their planned giving knowledge, learn new skills they can apply in their organizations, and network with peers and industry leaders to share ideas, information and solutions.
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