2015 National Conference on Philanthropic Planning
"Standout from start to finish"

At the 2015 National Conference on Philanthropic Planning, the opportunities to connect are better than ever!
The Exhibit Hall: As the hub of conference social activities, the exhibit hall is the place to meet with companies whose products and services will help you work smarter. Enjoy breakfast, beverages and great conversation with exhibitors and fellow attendees. 

ReCharge Lounge: Need a place to discuss a particular issue or breakout session, or gather a like-minded group of attendees? The ReCharge Lounge provides a quiet place to gather, decompress and/or recharge. Complete with outlets to ReCharge those mobile devices!

Education Tracks: Locate content and peers that are most instructive. No one is required to stay in a single track, but those who do will get sessions focused on their particular opportunities and constraints.

Affinity Luncheon: Sit with attendees from similar organizations to discuss issues and trends unique to your circumstances.

E-community: Before, during and after the conference, you can network with faculty and other attendees online in PPP's e-community.

Go Mobile: Our updated mobile app will give you the opportunity to navigate conference events and connect with fellow attendees on site.

Get Social:



Who should attend?

Most sessions are geared toward professionals with, at minimum, a basic understanding of gift planning tools and techniques, and many sessions are geared to senior level planners. However, foundational sessions are provided for fundraisers and advisors who are just beginning to build their expertise in philanthropic planning.

Continuing education credit:
Conference sessions will be authorized for CFRE and CFP to the fullest possible extent. Attendees at past conferences have successfully submitted conference materials for CLE and CPA approval in their own states.

JUMPSTART: Gift Planning Fundamentals
Back by popular demand, a pre-conference seminar is available to introduce novice planners to concepts and techniques that will be discussed during conference sessions.