PG Day Scholarships

Scholarships for 2024 PG Day

The National Capital Gift Planning Council (NCGPC) and its generous sponsors are committed to increasing access to planned giving education through scholarship opportunities associated with Planned Giving Day 2024, the premier planned giving conference in the mid-Atlantic region. Join us and grow in the charitable giving profession!

Applications for scholarships are now open and will close April 1, 2024.

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Why Apply for a Scholarship

NCGPC encourages individuals to apply for the National Capital Gift Planning Council (NCGPC) Scholarship or the Diverse Communities Scholarship who want to:

  • Expand their knowledge of planned giving, but whose organizations are unable to sponsor their attendance at Planned Giving Day;
  • Transition into fundraising and, in particular, planned giving for a new career path;
  • Acquire new skills in planned giving to supplement their annual or major giving roles at their organizations;
  • Develop relationships with experienced planned giving professionals and discover new career opportunities;
  • Advance responsible and ethical gift planning at your organization.

Who Can Apply for a Scholarship

The scholarship program is open to all NCGPC members and prospective members, and we especially encourage those representing Black, LatinX, Asian/Pacific Islander, Indigenous, two or more races, LBGTQI+, hard of hearing, neurodivergent and other disability communities to apply.

You do NOT have to be a member of NCGPC to apply.

What do Scholarship Winners Receive?

The National Capital Gift Planning Council (NCGPC) Scholarship and Diverse Communities Scholarship include a complimentary registration for Planned Giving Day 2024.

 

2023 NCGPC Scholarship Recipients

2023 NCGPC Scholarship Recipients

“As a person new to gift planning, I thought Planned Giving Day 2023 was terrific. It offered great opportunities to build my knowledge base (Fundamentals), insightful discussions from the main stage, and to network. Thank you!”

– Benjamin Bradburn, Director of Development
One World Education