It's true that in-person philanthropic events can help you maximize your impact on your mission. But where do you start? What should be your focus? Click here to read Stefanie Marden's new step-by-step guild to planning and executing a successful live event.
Endowment Funds can help churches and nonprofits support their mission for years into the future. Click here to learn more about Jake Wilson's thoughts on why these funds are critical when it comes to achieving sustainability and stability.
The end-of-year giving season is almost upon us. Our new blog post from Kristi Posewitz, TPF's Director of Marketing, reviews 10 easy things you can do now to make the most of this time and maximize your impact on mission. Click here to learn more...
In this time of stock market volatility and soaring inflation, it is possible to be overwhelmed by a dark sense of dread. But a new dawn is coming! Click here for The Rev. Dr. Rick Young's thoughts on how we can create a sense of hopeful stability even in these uncertain times.
Legacy giving is especially important in the tumultuous environment of today. And TPF's new Legacy Builder website exists to help churches and nonprofits build lasting legacy planning programs. Check out this blog post from The Rev. Dr. Rick Young to find out how you can learn more!
It's not a secret that well-executed legacy giving program is important to your fundraising strategy. But why exactly is it important to build a legacy giving program that lasts right now? Click here for Stefanie Marsden's thoughts on this and more!
It's not a secret that Endowments and Charitable Gift Annuities as great legacy planning tools. But what's so special about them? If you're wondering, then we have the list for you. Click here for a list of the 10 best things you need to know now about these giving vehicles!
We each define our legacy every day. What will yours be? A legacy of love? A legacy of purpose? In this blog post, Jake Wilson explores the different types of legacies and the importance of impacting generations to come.