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Pazit Levitan

Director of Development
American Friends of Soroka Medical Center

Pazit’s doctoral research explored how women become influential leaders on nonprofit boards. As she interviewed seasoned board directors, she found solidarity and inspiration from others who were, like her, juggling it all.

Other Articles

  • Your Voice: “Better Late Than Never”
  • Ask the Expert! (Should charities accept gifts of life insurance?)
  • Initiating the Legacy Conversation
  • Creating Chemistry
  • Keep It Simple; Sell the Sizzle
  • Call to Action
  • And more…

For the Success Minded

Exclusive interviews, tips, research, case studies and stories from nonprofit experts. Giving Tomorrow is the first and only magazine devoted to marketing planned gifts and blended gifts, so you can grow your nonprofit’s endowment — and your own fundraising career.


Planned Giving Websites

A planned giving website lays the foundation for a successful marketing plan. It provides donors 24/7 access to your information to fulfill their philanthropic needs.

We have the right website level for your nonprofit, no matter your size or budget. From enterprise-level planned giving marketing websites for the largest organizations to more basic builds for smaller nonprofits and churches, our planned giving solutions deliver donors to your doorstep.

Websites for Affiliate Partners

This solution is your answer if you are a national organization, foundation, Diocese or Archdiocese with affiliates. (Ex., Red Cross, American Cancer, ALS, JDRF, Foundation, Archdiocese, etc.)

All planned giving websites can incorporate our online will planners as a fully integrated modules. This is significantly different than the “add-on” products in the marketplace today.

Developed by two Ivy Leaguers, University of Virginia Law Professor of Philanthropy, and a fundraiser who has raised hundreds of millions. 

Small Shop? Begin Here.

Want grantors, grantees, sub-grantees and your board to take you more seriously? Did you know that annual gifts and major gifts go up when you have a planned giving program in place? Just follow the step-by-step instructions in The Box. 

The instructions are so simply laid out that it carries no learning curve. It has all the content and tools you need — from gift agreements, gift acceptance policies, evaluating your mission, approaching the best prospects, making the ask, and a lot more.

Don’t have time to implement it yourself? Work with an approved coach. The Box is especially helpful to consultants who want to focus on growing their practice. It helps consultants focus on the client first instead of reinventing the wheel and writing content.

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The Box is now available with LegacyPlanner™ and LegacyOrganizer™

Motivate your donors to plan their will and invest their legacy in the cause they support the most.

Pocket Guide

Planned Giving Pocket Guide for Professional Gift Planners

Get the insider’s guide to what planned gifts can do! You’ll better understand the upsides and downsides of different gifting options. Available in three versions for:

  • Professional gift planners
  • Major Gifts Officers
  • Board Members and Volunteers

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Major Gifts
Caitlin Fillmore

Engage Major Donors with a Commissioning Club

The textbook definition of a commission is, “a fee paid to an agent or employee for transacting a piece of business or performing a service.” However I prefer to think of a commission, in terms of the nonprofit world, as connecting inspiration with financial and community support. Commissioning clubs provide a uniquely inspirational way to connect major donors intimately with the cause they care about.

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Planned Giving Marketing
Viken Mikaelian

Should My Nonprofit’s Board Set a Minimum Gift?

Many nonprofits choose to set a clear fundraising expectation from each member of their nonprofit board. However some nonprofits choose to let their board members decide the amount of their gift to the organization each year. Others permit board volunteers to give in ways that aren’t financial. But what are the risks and rewards of setting a minimum board giving level?

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