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Planned Giving Simplified

The Gift, The Giver, and the Gift Planner

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Planned Giving Simplified by Robert F. Sharpe
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Planned Giving Simplified A down-to-earth introduction to planned giving by a leading pioneer in the field. In this groundbreaking book, charitable gift planning expert Robert F. Sharpe, Sr., demystifies the complex world of planned giving for not-for-profit managers. He provides a detailed blueprint for starting and building a successful planned giving program, and develops a rational framework for managing the subtle interplay of legal, administrative, and interpersonal factors involved in the planned giving process. Central to Sharpe's proven approach is his controversial definition of the effective charitable gift planner as being not so much a fund raiser as an expert at helping potential benefactors satisfy a deeply felt emotional need. Rather than soliciting or closing on planned gifts, the planner's primary focus should be on forming relationships with donors and providing them with the means and opportunity to fulfill their desire to do good. Using compelling case studies, Sharpe demonstrates his approach in action. He identifies the various types of planned gifts and takes you inside the hearts and minds of the planned givers themselves, revealing their primary motivations and overarching concerns. He then guides you, step-by-step, through the entire planned giving process, and concludes with a clear delineation of the organizational structures required to sustain a planned giving program. Praise for Planned Giving Simplified "This book is a must for all who are serious about establishing or maintaining a successful gift planning program for their institution." --Nancy L. Perazelli, CFRE Gift Planning Officer, Drake University, Des Moines, Iowa. "In his own inimitable style, Bob Sharpe has done an admirable job of describing the planned giving process in an easy-to-understand manner. Woven throughout is the emphasis on the important human relationship between the donor and the charitable gift planner." --Walter T. Weaver, III Director, Finance Support Division, Boy Scouts of America. "Robert F. Sharpe, Sr., has provided a comprehensive road map of the world of planned giving. He guides [readers] to the desired destination without unnecessary detours along the way. His book will be a valuable addition to the libraries of not only not-for-profit professionals, but also 'givers' who seek a better understanding of the many routes available to them in their gift planning." --Joseph H. Powell President Emeritus and Senior Consultant, Baptist Memorial Health Care Corporation. "The name Bob Sharpe is synonymous with planned giving. I don't know of anybody who knows more about it and who can better convey its importance." --Reverend Dr. Arthur Caliandro Pastor, Marble Collegiate Church, New York City. "I really like [this book]. It is . . . elegantly simple, direct, and forthright. . . . very enjoyable." --Thomas W. Cullinan, JD Executive Director of Gift Planning, University of Maryland.

Author Biography

ROBERT F. SHARPE, Sr., is the founder of Robert F. Sharpe & Company, a leading planned giving consulting firm based in Memphis, Tennessee. He is founder and Director of the National Planned Giving Institute at the College of William and Mary and a regular contributor to the planned giving literature.
Release date NZ
November 2nd, 1998
Country of Publication
United States
Imprint
John Wiley & Sons Inc
Pages
240
Dimensions
166x241x19
ISBN-13
9780471166740
Product ID
3078648

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