Learning to Speak Gift Planning

August 30, 2018 @ 11:30 am – 1:00 pm
Salvation Army
2950 Manoa Rd
Honolulu, HI 96822
Hawaii Gift Planning Council

The Hawaii Gift Planning Council presents to members only:

Learn to Speak Gift Planning

Discover five key conversation drivers and practical ways
to introduce planned giving to your donors and prospects.

A pre-recorded webinar presentation by Scott R. Lumpkin.
Discussion moderated by Mike Coppes,
Director of Estate and Gift Planning, UH Foundation

Thursday, August 30, 2018

11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Salvation Army
2950 Manoa Road

Lunch provided
Free parking on site
For HGPC members only (free of charge)

RSVP by August 24
to Kristi Bates, (808) 943-2334, kbates@iolani.org

Scott R. Lumpkin
Scott R. Lumpkin & Associates, LLC

Scott Lumpkin consults with nonprofit organizations and individuals on transformational philanthropic strategies, with a focus on planned, major and principal gifts. Prior to launching his consulting firm in 2015, he had a 32-year development career at the University of Denver working primarily with high-net-worth donors to maximize their philanthropic impact. He led DU’s gift planning program for more than 25 years before serving five years as vice chancellor of university advancement.

Under Lumpkin’s leadership, the University of Denver successfully completed its $488 million “ASCEND” campaign in 2014, coinciding with DU’s 150th anniversary. He was also instrumental in DU’s previous $273 million campaign that transformed the campus in the 1990s. During his career at DU, he facilitated many of the university’s largest gifts, reflecting his recognized expertise in charitable gift planning and demonstrated ability to build strong relationships with donors, helping them achieve their philanthropic dreams.

We require a minimum 5 business days notice for ADA requests. While we will make our best efforts to provide requested accommodations, we reserve the right to decline to provide or provide substitute accommodations if the request is (1) untimely; and/or (2) unduly burdensome to our organization as defined under the ADA.

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