In the nonprofit arena, focus is placed on the organization’s mission and on raising
the necessary funds to achieve its goals.
Further complicating management’s decision-making is the fact that successful development offices incorporate gift planning and planned giving as a means of advancing or exceeding fundraising goals, which requires additional time and the need for strong expertise in administration, compliance, investment and donor relations.
To help nonprofits address these challenges, the PNC Planned Giving Solutions Group enables nonprofit organizations to outsource the investment and back office functions of their planned giving program.
To meet challenges of both time and resources, the PNC Planned Giving Group has cultivated its service platform to enable nonprofit organizations to outsource the investment and back office functions of their planned giving program.
The result provides nonprofits with the ability to redistribute workload while increasing comfort with the more complex gifting opportunities.
Common Problem Areas
Common Problem Areas
Provide statements of transaction activity, account holdings, and in multiple formats
PNC Gifting Portal®
Our solution provides a digital platform meant to address the distinct investment, administrative, and infrastructure needs of nonprofit organizations that sponsor donor-advised funds.
Review & Optimize Administrative Functions
Confirms responsibilities are understood — may extend to education and training
Fulfillment of payouts to annuitants according to desired method and in accordance with schedules
Policy Analysis & Investment Planning
Ongoing matching of policies with your expectations and review of investment objectives for each account.
Provide Regulatory Information
Supply key data and help prepare annual state insurance filings for gift annuity programs
Strategic Gift Consultation & Best Practices Guide
Long-term program strategy and direction for the initial transfer of gifted assets and instructions
Prepare and deliver account-specific tax information to each beneficiary or annuitant as well as the trustee
In this article, we will discuss how blended gift strategies impact charitable missions today, tomorrow, and the future.
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In this paper, we answer questions related to the ACE Act and the impact this could have on charitable giving.
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In this paper, we will review types of gifts, considerations for acceptance, and decision making related to gift acceptance.
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