The Partnership for Philanthropic Planning of Greater Los Angeles holds five General Meetings each year, with speakers addressing a wide variety of topics affecting planned giving professionals. At the January 10th meeting, CACF Executive Director Dien Yuen and Co-founder Buck Gee will take part in a morning panel discussion about Asian American Philanthropy. If you have an interest in planned gifts or Asian American giving, we hope you’ll attend this great event held by PPPLA! Read more about the panel and conference after the jump.
Presenters: Dien Yuen, Managing Director, Kordant Philanthropy Advisors; Suzy Moser, AVP Advancement, The Huntington Library; Buck Gee, Co-Founder & Secretary of the Board, Chinese American Community Foundation
Program Title: Asian American Philanthropy: A Conversation on Emerging Trends & the Role of Planned Giving – A Panel Discussion
Program Description: This panel explores the growing force of Asian Americans as donors and highlights emerging trends and motivations behind major and planned gifts. Panelists will share their experiences and provide insight into the differences in working with Asian American donors. We will address topics such as: Who are planned giving prospects? How do I market planned giving? How do I initiate a planned giving conversation? Are there differences to working with donors of distinct ethnic groups within Asian American communities?
The advanced registration fee for PPPLA members is $70; non-members $80; and the walk-in fee is $95. To register or find more information about PPPLA, click here.