May 24, 2022 – Spring Conference: SUPERCHARGE Your Pipeline with New Donors

May 24, 2023 @ 8:00 am – 12:00 pm
Ritz Charles
12156 N. Meridian Street
IN 46032
Sara Nash

CGP & AFP-IC Spring Conference

Presented by

SUPERCHARGE Your Pipeline with New Donors

Speaker: Aliguma Young, MBA

May 24, 2023

AFP-IC and CGPI are partnering again this year on this half-day conference. Don’t miss out on this great education opportunity. Please register by May 19, 2023.

With the profile of the wealthy diversifying by age, race, gender identity, religion, and nationality it is critical that Planned Giving Officers have the skills and knowledge to cultivate gifts across lines of difference. Organizations not centering equity in the work that they are doing are going to deeply struggle in the years to come especially with the economic challenges ahead, to connect with and inspire deep investments from donors. Now is the time to SUPERCHARGE your pipeline and activate stronger cultivation and solicitation strategies that will increase the efficacy of your fundraising.

Learning Objectives:

● How to identify new “diverse” opportunities to inspire new giving in the work of the organization.

● Utilizing tools to know confidently when and how to make the “ASK” to your new prospects to increase the odds of a “YES”.

● Innovative ways to say “Thank you” (stewardship) that inspires deeper investments.

The Experience: This learning experience is designed to be adaptive for early career planned giving professionals to seasoned fundraising leaders and executives.

Audience Engagement will include:

-real time strategy examples and opportunities to ask specific questions throughout

-turn to your neighbor exercises to reinforce learning

-audience surveys to build community around shared challenges and opportunities

Planned giving is the most deeply rooted in building and expanding relationships for your organization in the future. To prepare for that future we will spend time creating space for you to ask the questions you may not be sure ‘HOW’ to ask and connect with other leaders in your area to build your community of practice. This is not a session to come and listen, but a time to co-create solutions to the challenges YOU face in moving your pipeline forward.


8:00 – 8:30 a.m. Registration/Breakfast/Exhibitors

8:30 – 9:45 a.m. Program 9:45 – 10:15 a.m.

Break with Exhibitors 10:15 a.m.- 12:00 p.m.

Program followed by Q&A

Aliguma Young, MBA is CEO of The Super Fundraiser, Inc., a consulting firm which provides Equity Centered nonprofit management specializing in fundraising and Moving Organizations to Racial Equity (M.O.R.E.) leveraging Equity Centered Innovation (ECI). Aliguma has raised over $200,000,000 for organizations including leading the capital campaign for construction of the National Center for Civil and Human Rights in Atlanta, GA. In addition to being a fundraising thought leader with 20+ years of experience leading fundraising efforts leading and advising on capital campaigns and organization turnarounds, Aliguma is also an Equity Centered Innovation thought leader and practitioner leading M.O.R.E., Inc. (Moving Organizations to Racial Equity). Aliguma, also a DEI strategist and practitioner, is an internationally sought after speaker/trainer/leadership coach on diversity, equity, and equitable culture building. Aliguma has partnered with notable corporations like Microsoft, social enterprises like Volunteers of America, philanthropic organizations like the City Fund, political leaders and offices, and high net worth individuals throughout her career. Aliguma has pioneered an equity centered innovation framework (EQuavation) to lead organizations from talking to transforming organizations into Equity Centered enterprises. Aliguma is also a VERY proud #mompreneur of 3 amazing children and resides in Atlanta, Georgia.

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