Do you have what it takes to become a major gifts officer? Do you know your way around a planned giving program? Find out with our exclusive Philanthropy IQ Tests. To pass either, you’ll need a combination of common sense and industry expertise.
(P.S. If you’re in management, these are an excellent way to keep your team on their toes.)
Find out which answers you know, which you don’t, and whether you’re prepared to take the next step on the path toward your future.
Be forewarned: You’ll need to score at least 88% to pass this one.
A planned giving program is a must for your charity’s success — and a knowledge of how planned giving works is a must to land more and larger gifts. See our Boot Camp.
Whether you’re a gifts officer, board member, or the new intern, you’re a representative of your nonprofit’s planned giving program. That means you should at least know enough to point a prospect in the right direction.
Find out what you know, what you don’t, and how you and your nonprofit can grow.
You’re allowed 70% to pass this one.
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Author:Benjamin R. CaseChief Executive OfficerFocused On Fundraising, Inc.
Review Board:Jerry LinzyExecutive Partner EmeritusJerold Panas, Linzy & PartnersStuart SullivanSenior Vice PresidentGraham-PeltonAlan TaylorAssistant Vice Chancellor for Principal GiftsNorth Carolina State UniversityViken MikaelianCEOMajor Gifts LLC
Authors: Viken MikaelianJohn FosterScott JanneyBrian Sagrestano