AFP Aloha Chapter Education Session: Legacy Conversations: Give Beyond Your Years
Thursday, August 11, 2016, 9:00 am – 11:00 am
Legacy gifts – gifts that pass to an organization at the end of the donor’s life – are typically among the largest gifts ever received by an organization. Yet they are often also the kind of gift least discussed with donors. This interactive workshop will focus on developing practical skills in introducing, leveraging and acting on legacy conversations. These are some of the most important conversations you can have as a professional fundraiser, and can have transformational impact on your organization long into the future. You may not even be with the organization when the gift you made happen comes in. But these gifts can be your legacy too. if you just know when and how to have the legacy conversation.
Location: Hawaii Pacific University Aloha Tower Marketplace
Multipurpose Room #3 – Ground Floor
Parking: Irwin Parking Lot (directly in front of Aloha Tower main entrance) and Pier’s 5 & 6 next to the Falls of Clyde.
Parking Fee should be approximately $5.00.
Conference Fee: $25.00 – AFP Members $35.00 – Non Members
$15.00 – College Student (All fees include presentation and continental breakfast.)
Paul Keenan is Vice President for Development & Donor Relations at the Hawai‘i Community Foundation (HCF), where he manages a state-wide team who work with HCF’s existing clients and prospective donors. Together, the team ensures that the Foundation delivers outstanding service and value to HCF’s philanthropic partners, matching the Foundation’s full suite of services and giving opportunities to their philanthropic interests. Paul’s career includes 20 years as an advancement executive at Harvard University, most recently as Senior Associate Dean where he led the planning and execution of a $2.5B capital campaign. He has worked at Monitor Deloitte as a strategy consultant to Fortune 500 corporations, and founded Keenan Associates as a consultant to non-profits. He earned his undergraduate degree, magna cum laude, in History and East Asian Studies from Harvard in 1985, and his MBA from Yale in 1996.