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One of the biggest challenges facing nonprofits with large individual donations, is losing an annual stream of income when the donor dies. While most nonprofits rely heavily on their annual fundraising campaigns, it is important, and sometimes vital, for nonprofit organizations to encourage such donors to endow their gifts – distinct from annual contributions – to establish a solid financial foundation that will help build sustainability for the future.

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Aviva Sapers, CEO & President at Sapers & Wallack, answers questions about our October blog, Using Endowments for Sustainable Giving.Share this postFacebook0TwitterLinkedinPinterest0

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