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Virtual Mini Round Table
Thursday, March 28, 2024, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM PST
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Virtual Mini Round Table with Jay Harvill

"Visiting a Donor… Your Office, Their Home, or Neutral Ground?"

Deciding on where to meet a donor can make all the difference in the success for your donor visits. In this session, we’ll discuss how to set the stage for your donor to feel comfortable and at ease as you build and deepen the relationship. We’ll discuss why and when we find these meeting grounds to be the best setting for meetings throughout the donor experience.

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(Limited to members/attendees of the general meeting ONLY)

Jay is the Director of Gift Planning at Methodist Hospital Foundation and has been leading the organization’s gift and estates program since 2005. He came to the non-profit world from a career in banking and has been enjoying his time in the charitable field for the past 25 years. Jay is an active member of the Los Angeles Council of Charitable Gift Planners and has been since 1996. Jay served on its board, later as president, hosted its Advanced Case Study and currently is its moderator for the chapter’s Mini Round Table. Over the years, Jay continued to participate in various committees with both the Western Regional Planned Giving Conference and National Philanthropy Day. Jay has also served on the boards of Arcadia Rotary Club and San Gabriel Valley Habitat for Humanity. At the hospital, Jay serves as a member of the No One Dies Alone (NODA) and Clinical Pastoral Education programs. Jay graduated from Pepperdine University Seaver College and through today, continues to study finance, charitable planning, and legislative trends in order to best serve his organization and donor relationships. Jay and his family enjoy serving the needy in his local area as well as through mission trips abroad. On the weekends, you can find Jay catching up on books on American history, woodworking, or hiking the local San Gabriels.

 

 


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Continuing Education

 

SoCalCGP is also approved for CFRE continuing education credits. Full participation in the Mini Roundtable is applicable for 1.0 point in Category 1.B – Education of the CFRE International application for initial certification and/or recertification. An application for continuing education credits for CFP® is submitted when the course content is within the CFP® Board guidelines. 

 

Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits for CPAs through the California Board of Accountancy are self-reported and it is the obligation of each licensee to select a course of study consistent with CBA requirements.

 

Certified Specialist in Planned Giving (CSPG) continuing education credits for Planned Giving are self-reported and the appropriate attendance certificate will be provided after the event.