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Learn how to ask for a bequest [THIS TUESDAY]

From Kristina Leroux at Nonprofit Marketing Guide
Why aren't YOU raising more
money with bequests, ?

Fundraising Expert Tom Ahern believes the answer is simple - you don't have the right marketing plan to ask for those bequests.
Join Tom THIS TUESDAY as he presents his very popular 90-minute webinar:

Tuesday, September 20th, 2016
1:00 p.m. Eastern (10:00 a.m. Pacific)
Recording available if you can't attend live, but you must register BEFORE the event begins on Tuesday. You will have 2 weeks to view.

You Need a Plan to Ask for Bequests the Right Way
Learn how to identify your best donors, and create a vision statement to show how bequests will help your organization for future generations.
Tom will also show you how to use the proper tone, words and style when you do ask.
Tom has learned from the world's leading researchers on legacy giving and is going to pass that knowledge along to you by showing you proven ways to ask and get bequests.
Registration is only $99 and that includes a spot for the live webinar and free access to the handouts and recordings for two weeks after the event.
Register Now
All my best,


Kristina Leroux
P.S. The recordings will be available for two weeks, but it will only be available for those who registered ahead of time.  Register Now!

Kivi Leroux Miller
President, Nonprofit Marketing Guide, Get Nonprofit Clients & EcoScribe Communications

Need Help or Have Questions? Contact Kristina at the Helpdesk: | 334-246-1712

Reach Me Directly: | 336-300-8394
Twitter: @kivilm  Facebook:

Nonprofit Marketing Guide - EcoScribe Communications, 319 Becks Church Road Lexington, North Carolina 27292 United States (336) 300-8394


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