Blended Gifts Increase Donor Satisfaction

August 3, 2017 @ 11:00 am – 12:30 pm
The Pacific Club
1451 Queen Emma St
Honolulu, HI 96813
$15 Members, $20 Non-members (click Tickets to register)
Hawaii Gift Planning Council

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The Hawaii Gift Planning Council along with co-hosts Hawaii Community Foundation and Child & Family Service is pleased to present:

Blended Gifts Increase Donor Satisfaction
Charles Schultz, President/CEO, Crescendo Interactive, Inc.

Thursday, August 3, 2017, 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
The Pacific Club, Card Room
1451 Queen Emma Street, Honolulu, HI 96813

Includes lunch
HGPC members: $15, Non-members: $20

Register online by July 26 at

Blended gifts are the philanthropy wave of the future. They are now part of many capital campaigns and may include 30% to 50% of future major gifts. Come learn about the 12 most common blended gifts that you can use to better serve your donors, and discover how to greatly increase their gift satisfaction through blended giving.

Speaker bio:
Charles Schultz photoCharles Schultz, JD, President/CEO, Crescendo Interactive, Inc. is a California attorney who specializes in charitable giving and estate planning. He is President of Crescendo Interactive, Inc. and is the principal creator of the GiftLegacy Pro eMarketing System. In addition, he is Editor for the GiftLaw Pro charitable tax service and the weekly GiftLegacy and GiftLaw eNewsletters.

Charles writes, speaks and publishes extensively. He teaches over 30 planned giving seminars per year and is President of, an Internet education program for gift planners and professional advisors. He also serves as Executive Director of, an association of attorneys with charitable receptivity. His law degree is from the University of Michigan. Charles is on the Board of Directors for the Christian Foundation of the West.

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