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Enjoy 5 great sessions and get 5 CFRE’s
Only 200 seats available
- Natural Philanthropy: How the Origins of Donor Motivations Drive Powerful Fundraising
- Top Ten Charitable Planning Strategies for Financial Advisors: Helping Your Clients and Your Business with Charitable Planning
- The Hidden Code of End-of-Life Decisions: What Legacy Fundraising Can Learn From Decision Making in Life Insurance Annuities, Estate Planning, and Healthcare
- Getting to a Joyful, Inspired, Generous “Yes” to Your Blended Solicitation – Part 1
- Getting to a Joyful, Inspired, Generous “Yes” to Your Blended Solicitation – Part 2
- Managing Your Work, Time, Energy, and Still Having a Life
- You Don’t Need to Learn Another Language to Get Planned Giving
- Advanced Planning Charitable Strategies for Business Owners
Early Bird Tickets until August 24th
MAPGC Members – $70
Non-Members – $85
Regular Tickets after August 24th
MAPGC Members – $85
Non-Members – $100
The Attorney General, Charitable Giving and You
Assistant Attorney General
Missouri Attorney General’s Office
Bob Carlson coordinates all nonprofit and charity law issues for the Missouri Attorney General’s Office. He frequently investigates and litigates cases in all areas of state nonprofit law. Bob is also a past president of the National Association of State Charity Officials (NASCO) and was a co-leader of the Cancer Fund multistate case – one of the largest charity fraud cases every brought. Bob also teaches a seminar on Nonprofit Organizations at Saint Louis University School of Law and often speaks on topics concerning the State Attorney General’s regulation of the nonprofit sector and fundraising law. When not talking about nonprofit law, Bob leads the general fraud unit in the AGO’s consumer protection section and heads up the office’s pursuit of consumer scams.
11:15 a.m. Registration & Networking
11:45 a.m. – 1:15 p.m. Luncheon & Program
NOTE: The November Meeting is on a TUESDAY!
Beyond Bricks & Mortar: Raising Funds for Abstract Causes
Changing Our World
Capital Campaigns. These words, traditionally, evoke images of new and majestic buildings, expanded and elegant programming spaces and improved recreational, computing or meeting facilities. Increasingly, with the growth of the nonprofit community and with the ever-increasing complexity of the issues that this community is seeking to address, capital campaigns are becoming moments for resource mobilization that have little to do with those causes that have been traditionally addressed through such initiatives. Using case studies, James will discuss and demonstrate the methodologies that have been applied in the development and implementation of capital initiatives for non-traditional causes.
James Kopp serves as a senior managing director at Changing Our World. To this position, he brings more than 27 years of senior advancement counsel experience; experience as the dean and vice president in public and private institutions of higher education; proven fundraising capabilities, having raised more than $250 million dollars for nonprofit organizations; and experience managing campaigns for Green Mountain College, Albany Law School, Paul Smith’s College and other educational entities. Jim holds a Mater of Arts degree from the University of Maine and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Cathedral College Seminary of the Immaculate Conception.
11:15 a.m. – Registration & Networking
11:45 a.m. – 1:15 p.m. – Luncheon & Program
Annual Legal Update – “Ask Larry the Legal Guy”
Thompson Coburn LLP
Join us for this highly informative program with Larry Katzenstein from Thompson Coburn LLP, as he shares current legal developments and the effect they have on planned giving. Then stick around for “Ask Larry the Legal Guy” and have all of your questions answered (questions can be submitted in advance).
Larry Katzenstein is a nationally known authority on estate planning and planned giving, and a frequent speaker around the country to professional groups. He divides his practice between representing individuals in estate planning matters and serving as outside counsel to planned giving programs at nonprofits.
Larry has served as an adjunct professor at the Washington University School of Law, where he has taught both estate and gift taxation and fiduciary income taxation. He serves as a member of the advisory board of the National Center on Philanthropy and the Law at New York University. Larry is also the creator of Tiger Tables actuarial software, which is widely used around the country by tax lawyers and accountants as well as the Internal Revenue Service. He received his undergraduate degree from Washington University in St. Louis and his law degree from Harvard.