The Hampton Roads Gift Planning Council is a non-profit organization created in 2004 to facilitate, coordinate and encourage the education and training of the gift planning community and allied professionals. In order to fulfill these objectives, the HRGPC hosts virtual seminars, live programs, and other activities throughout the year.
The Hampton Roads Gift Planning Council is the local chapter of the National Association of Charitable Gift Planners (formerly PPP). Membership is $150 a year and includes free admission to all afternoon programs and networking socials.
The Hampton Roads Gift Planning Council (HRGPC) is your expert in planned giving education and a network filled with planned giving professionals. The organization is committed to increasing the quality and quantity of charitable planned gifts by serving as the voice and professional resource for the gift planning community.
Questions? Please contact Jan Dungan, HRGPC Administrator at 757-274-6212.
Supporting legacy giving in Hampton Roads
You can't take it with you, according to the famous adage, but the majority of Americans are planning to do just that. That's because over half (55 percent) of all adult Americans do not have a will. And only a fraction of those that have a will make a bequest to charity. To many of your nonprofit's best friends and donors, this means they have no say over issues involving their assets after they die, and they will not receive the gratification of knowing that a portion of their assets will create a legacy with their favorite nonprofit(s). The Hampton Roads Gift Planning Council supports efforts to develop personalized plans for the distribution of estate assets.
Model Standards for the Charitable Gift Planner
The council encourages responsible gift planning by urging the adoption of Standards of Practice by all individuals who work in the charitable gift planning process.