Nonprofit Lunch & Learn - Law firm hosts a free program on fundraising for local nonprofit leaders
KAMUELA, March 1, 2017 – Small Budgets, Big Aspirations- if you are involved in any nonprofit you know this situation all too well. This is also the title of a presentation to be given by, Philanthropic Planning Expert, Lani Starkey at a free “Lunch & Learn” for local nonprofit leaders on, Friday, April 7th, from 11 a.m. to 1:45 p.m., at Anna Ranch in Kamuela.
Local estate planning law firm Hawaii Trust & Estate Counsel is hosting this event, which includes two learning sessions: The 8 Ways to Ask – Expanding the Art and Science of the Solicitation and Small Budgets, Big Aspirations – How Nonprofits of Any Size can Start Closing Planned Gifts. Lunch is being sponsored by Pau Pizza.
“Instead of giving donations to a few nonprofits, we wanted to do something different that has a greater effect on our community and open it up to everyone. I first saw Lani present as the Associate Vice President at University of Hawaii Foundation and was so impressed at how he tied together his training as a tax attorney and CPA to simply explain charitable giving. We hope that brining Lani to the Big Island will give our local nonprofits fundraising insights, that allow them to better carryout their missions.” – John Roth, Attorney and Founder of Hawaii Trust & Estate Counsel
Based on Maui, Lani Starkey is a nationally-recognized philanthropic planning expert with Fifty Rock Consulting. He is an accomplished fundraiser, tax attorney, professor, accountant, presenter, and consultant. Lani presents at conferences and meetings across the United States on fundraising strategies as well as traditional development best practices. “I am excited to share innovative and impactful philanthropic strategies that any-sized nonprofit can put into practice immediately.” - Lani Starkey, JD, LLM, CPA
To attend you must be a representative of a registered nonprofit organization and complete online registration at http://www.hawaiitrustlaw.com/learn/nonprofit . There is no fee to attend. Seating is limited to 35 participants and one representative per nonprofit. Registration closes on March 17th, or when full. There are currently 20 seats remaining.