Webinar banner
THE SKY IS THE LIMIT: Growing Your Planned Giving Capacity
Join us for the first webinar in our new series hosted by ED SLUGA, PGgrowth’s President and Managing Consultant and NEIL WILLIAMS, PGgrowth Senior Consultant.

Ed and Neil will discuss a strategic approach to building your planned giving program and how tactics within that program can help your organisation create a pipeline of future gifts to help enhance your mission.

Aug 22, 2019 10:30 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

* Required information


Ed Sluga, CFRE, PGgrowth’s President and Managing Consultant is one of Canada's most experienced Planned Giving professionals and innovator in the sector. For over 25 years he has helped hundreds of organizations from across the country develop and benefit from long-term, sustainable and proactive fundraising and Planned Giving programs. Focusing on developing organizational structures and operations so that they are positioned to experience success for the long-term, Ed's chief motivation is helping organizations achieve the goals of their mission within their communities. Ed is the co-author of Worthy and Prepared along with Peter Barrow, host of the PGgrowth Planned Giving podcast, Professor with the Humber College Fundraising Management Program and a regular presentor of the AFP Fundraising Fundamnetals Course.
A Senior Consultant with PGgrowth, Neil has been a development professional since 1994, and is an experienced and innovative planned and major gifts officer. Neil is considered a leader and mentor in Calgary’s development community, having chaired the local Chapter of the Canadian Association of Gift Planners and many of its events, and was a founding member of the committee that brought CAGP’s Leave A Legacy marketing program to Southern Alberta. Neil has presented at AFP, CAGP and CASE conferences since 2007. Neil has managed planned giving programs at SAIT Polytechnic, Alberta Easter Seals and The Arthritis Society. In Calgary he has lead major gifts and other programs for Renfrew Educational Services and The Canadian Cancer Society, as well as for the Kelowna General Hospital Foundation.