As LACGP Conference Nears, Enter to Win FREE Virtual Access

It’s almost here! From May 25 to 27, you have an opportunity to learn about planned giving from a diverse group of leading experts. Even better, I’m giving you the chance to become one of three lucky people to win FREE virtual access to:

Los Angeles Council of Gift Planners — Western Regional Planned Giving Conference

“Meeting the Moment: Philanthropy’s Role in Healing”

May 25-27, 2021 (Pacific Time)

Presenting Sponsor: The Stelter Company

Click here to see the list of expert presenters.

Click here to see the conference schedule.

Click here to register ($375 for members, $425 for non-members).

To enter for a chance to win FREE online access to the conference, simply comment below or subscribe to my blog site. (Note: Residents of California are not eligible.) I will notify winners by email by the close of Wednesday, May 19.

I’m honored to be among the conference speakers. Here is information about my session:

Get ready to celebrate. You could win FREE conference access.


Thursday, May 27, 2021, 9:15 – 10:30 AM (PDT)

DESCRIPTION: If you look at a typical nonprofit website, flip through a charity newsletter, or read newspaper reports, you might come away thinking that it is wealthy white men who make planned gifts. You would not be wrong, but you would be missing the full picture. So, who does engage in planned giving? Researchers have begun to address the question. Together, we will explore the true diversity that exists among planned gift donors. We will also review the images and words that inspire people to make planned gift commitments. Following this session, you will have a better understanding of who gives as well as immediately actionable, easy to implement, low-cost steps you can take to enhance the results of your planned giving program.

I hope you will join me and my fellow presenters for what will be a meaningful conference to help nonprofit organizations secure the resources they need now more than ever. As LACGP says:

In this moment of our nation’s history, nonprofit organizations are uniquely well-positioned to move our society forward, helping rebuild the community by bringing people – our donors – together around shared purpose and values. Nonprofits are meeting the moment – focusing on response, recovery, and healing.

By addressing the profound lack of diversity, awareness, action, access, and inclusion in philanthropy, and by opening our minds to new and important voices, nonprofits are engaging in the hard work needed to dismantle racism, all while increasing their donor base and utilizing all the charitable gift planning tools in the toolbox to diversify revenue streams and support their programs.”

I’m looking forward to the conference. I hope you’ll enter for your chance to win free access by commenting below or subscribing to this site. Winners will be notified by the end of May 19. If you do not win, I encourage you to register for what will be an insightful, high-value program.

If your nonprofit organization or professional association needs a speaker offering fresh insights, please contact me.

That’s what Michael Rosen says… What do you say?

11 Comments to “As LACGP Conference Nears, Enter to Win FREE Virtual Access”

  1. I’m excited to learn of the results of your research.

  2. Looks fascinating!

  3. Thanks for the opportunity!

  4. Yay!!! Thank you for this wonderful blog post! The Board of LACGP is THRILLED to have you as a speaker and we can’t wait to hear your words of wisdom!

  5. Timely presentation! I’d be interested in attending the conference. Gift planning is for everyone!

  6. What a generous offer! Thank you for this opportunity. We are working on some of these issues in my local council (National Capital) so I would value the chance to bring some of my learning back to inform our programming.

  7. Good stuff, Michael. Thank you for all you do for the profession

  8. What a wonderful and generous offer, Michael. This looks like a great conference. Thank you for providing such helpful information always.

  9. Appreciate all you do for the nonprofit sector Michael! This sounds like an amazing opportunity!

  10. Thank you for the opportunity

  11. Thank you for this wonderful opportunity!

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