Last week, First County Bank presented a complimentary seminar for local nonprofit organizations called “Building a Planned/Legacy Giving Program for Your Nonprofit Organization” at UCONN Stamford. Due to high interest, we are republishing the presentation with permission from our speaker, Bob Congdon, Director of Development at the University of New Haven.
At the event, Congdon spoke about legacy gifts and methods for identifying good prospects for legacy gifts and addressed organizations’ readiness for a planned/legacy giving program.
About the Speaker:
Bob Congdon, Director of Development at the University of New Haven, has 30 years experience in fundraising and nonprofit management. He previously served as Vice President for Development and Public Relations for both United Methodist Homes and its affiliated Wesleyan Foundation for Health and Aging in Shelton, CT.
Congdon has also been the Director of Special Gifts at The Masonic Charity Foundation in Wallingford, CT, and a campaign consultant for Clemow Consulting Group in Bloomfield, CT.
Congdon has a B.A. from Yale University and he is the past President of the Planned Giving Group of Connecticut. He has been a Certified Fund Raising Executive since 1991.