Vermont Nonprofit Legislative Day 2017 provides a unique opportunity for nonprofit organizations, activists and community leaders from across our state to unify and raise awareness about the crucial role nonprofits play in supporting communities, strengthening our economy and making Vermont a better place to live.
Vermont Nonprofit Legislative Day is a unique opportunity to:
- Educate lawmakers and state leaders about the strength and value of Vermont’s nonprofit sector and learn why your work matters.
- Learn advocacy best practices from experienced lobbyists, Legislators and each other.
- Network with non-profit colleagues, funders, legislative staffs and the most connected and influential people in the state.
Planned Giving Council of NH & VT
There’s the adage that “50% of all of the money I spend on marketing is a waste. Unfortunately, I don’t know which 50% it is!” Thus is marketing, especially planned giving marketing, and sometimes it’s about building a plan piece-by-piece over the years. Rick Peck of Dartmouth-Hitchcock and the Geisel School of Medicine will share with you his 2017 Marketing Calendar and walk through the multi-year design and delivery of such things as a newsletter, postcards, two websites, seminars, “one-pagers,” joint speaking engagements, alumni reunion marketing, stewardship events, and feature story opportunities and engagement opportunities that have been successful (and some that are still in the works). You will walk away with a few ideas to implement on your own!
REGISTRATION: Please send an e-mail to email@example.com with your name, the name of your organization, and your contact information. If you are bringing a guest, please include his/her name and contact information.
Richard (Rick) Peck received his CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER designation in 2011, his Chartered Advisor in Philanthropy® designation in 2013, and his Chartered Financial Consultant® designation in 2016. He currently serves as Director of Leadership Initiatives & Gift Planning at Dartmouth-Hitchcock and the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth. In this position, he regularly works with individuals and families regarding outright and planned gifts to the academic medical enterprise. Before joining Dartmouth, Rick managed a private practice as a personal financial advisor. Rick received his MBA from Baker College, and he holds a B.A. from the University of Massachusetts, Lowell.