Last day to register for free webinar on bequest fundraising

Today is the last day to register for the free online workshop, 5 Steps to a Wildly Successful Bequest Fundraising Program.

The sooner you register, because last time I looked, all three sessions were filling up fast. If you register now you can still grab one of those last spots!

Bequest fundraising can be intimidating. You might think it will gobble up all your time and give you nothing in return.

But guess what? That’s not true!

If you know what you’re doing, bequest fundraising is not as hard as it looks. You just have to do a few things right, and do them consistently … and you’ll build a steady stream of bequest gifts (gifts that can average $35,000 each!) coming in for years.

That’s what you’ll discover in the Moceanic FREE online workshop, 5 Steps to a Wildly Successful Bequest Fundraising Program with bequest expert, Christiana Stergiou.

The good news is, this workshop is being offered in three live sessions. That means no matter where you are or how odd your working hours might be, there’s a session that will work for you. Check it out:

New York (US Eastern):

  1. Wednesday, 17 October, 7.00pm
  2. Thursday, 18 October, 10.00am
  3. Thursday, 18 October, 1.00pm

Los Angeles (US Pacific):

  1. Wednesday, 17 October, 4.00pm
  2. Thursday, 18 October, 10.00am

London:
Thursday, 18 October, 3.00pm

Sydney:
Thursday, 18 October, 10.00am

Auckland:
Thursday, 18 October, 12 noon

I think one of those works for you! But you need to register now Seating is limited to just 500 people per session.

Is 5 Steps to a Wildly Successful Bequest Fundraising Program right for you?

It’s right for you if:

  • You rarely (or never) get bequest gifts. Bequests are one of the top sources of donor funding, with literally trillions of dollars about to be released in the coming years … It’s up to you to get your share of this life-affirming, beautiful bonanza!
  • You’ve been told “planned giving” is only for the experts. It’s not! You can build a program that starts bringing in bequests starting now!
  • You’ve tried bequest fundraising and failed. You can be wildly successful at it. You can make bequests a dependable and huge source of income. It will flow from donors who love you for giving them the opportunity to leave a legacy that they care deeply about!
  • You believe in your organization’s future. The bequest program you set up today will be funding you for decades to come.

I’ve seen Christiana’s material. It will blow you away with how crystal clear and easy-to-deploy it is. I highly, highly recommend it. Because this could be a real game-changer for your organization and your career!

This is the last possible day. Register now for 5 Steps to a Wildly Successful Bequest Fundraising Program.


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