Partnership for Philanthropic Planning Community Network

Perspectives Newsletter

Catch up on the latest news

 

 

Getting Started

PPP members can use the community to...

 Search for other PPP members using the Directory Search tab. To enhance the information others will find when they search for you, Visit your profile to upload your photo, bio and tags.
Read The Journal of Gift Planning. To join the Journal group, Browse Groups and select The Journal of Gift Planning, then click 'Join this group' on the group landing page. Select Library in the blue group menu to see the current issue and an archive of articles from past issues. 
Search for articles in the PPP Online Library, using the search function at the top of every screen in the community. Just  enter a term and select Libraries from the search options, then click Go. Be sure to rate and comment on the articles you read to help others identify the most useful resources.
Click here to read instructions for other popular tasks in the PPP community. If you have questions, contact Barbara Yeager at byeager@pppnet.org

Did You Know?

Save the Date: #2014NCPP October 14-16 in Anaheim, California | We look forward to seeing you there!
 
 
 


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Member Spotlight

Jay Steenhuysen is 2014 chair of the PPP Board of Directors. He is the founder of Steenhuysen Associates and co-founder of Covenant Calls, which have assisted numerous charitable organizations in soliciting hundreds of thousands of donors for bequest commitments. He has consulted with a variety of national charitable organizations, including The Nature Conservancy and the American Cancer Society, refining and refocusing their gift planning, major gift and marketing programs to meet the needs of donors at all wealth levels.

Jay developed Brown University’s philanthropic planning program within the principal gifts department. He served World Vision as private giving counsel, facilitating the philanthropic planning needs of its most significant donors. Prior to that role, he directed World Vision’s Gift Planning Program, including all aspects of marketing and solicitation of planned gifts. He also served as director of philanthropic services for myCFO, a wealth management firm. Jay holds a BA from Seattle Pacific University, an MA in theological studies from Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary and an MBA from Pepperdine.


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