MULTIPLYING YOUR PLANNED GIVING EFFORTS
In partnership with the CAGP, each month a DMP Professional will connect with a local leader within their charitable sector to discuss some of the major topics on the minds of our community. Please click here to find out more about our upcoming Campfire Chats and how you can register for these complimentary sessions. Do not miss out!
Come be a part of our New Campfire Chats!
Dr. Russell James, a professor from Texas Tech University, has revolutionized the way charity professionals market planned gifts. Using the latest MRI technology to study the brain activity of individuals, Dr. James seeks to find the most cost effective ways to approach your donors in order to secure significant planned gifts. The Donor Motivation Program® has partnered with Dr. James to share his wisdom through a series of short, practical Planned Giving Tips video clips. These PG Tips will be released as a series over the next few months.
Multiplying Your Planned Giving Results with limited resources of
time and money.
It has never been more interesting and challenging to work in the Canadian philanthropic sector. The rate of cultural, demographic, and especially technological change is moving at an unprecedented rate. In the charitable sector, limited resources and skill sets are the norm.
In today’s environment … nonprofit professionals need all the help they can get! From coast to coast our team of planned giving consultants are committed to
helping Canadians realize their philanthropic potential. We multiply your planned giving efforts by attracting, engaging and motivating donors to more meaningful conversations.
Since 1995, The Donor Motivation Program® has helped leading North American charities multiply the results of their planned giving programs with limited resources of time and money.
We have helped more than 40 charities multiply their results.
Proud Sponsor of the CAGP 2022 Conference
As the COVID-19 pandemic evolves, we here at The Donor Motivation Program® will continue to monitor the future implications for our planned giving community and hope to provide ongoing support during these unprecedented times. Please do not hesitate to contact your local planned giving consultant for advice and assistance should you have any questions or concerns. We will continue to do all that we can to meet the needs of our giving community.