Answers to your
Does my membership belong to me or to the organization that I work for?
It depends upon how payment was rendered. If the organization purchased the membership, then the membership belongs to the organization. Hence, the organization can change representation as appropriate. If an individual purchases the membership, then the membership remains with the individual.
How do I renew my membership?
You will receive an email or letter to renew your membership over the summer. Membership dues can be paid via check or online (www.pgcbroward.org/join-us).
Does my membership stay with me if I switch organizations?
If you paid for your membership, then your membership will stay with you regardless of where you work. If the organization paid for your membership, then the organization "owns" the membership and can designate alternate representation.
How much are membership dues?
Individual or corporate (1 member) membership dues are $250 per year.
How long does my membership last?
Membership ends at the end of our fiscal year, which is May 31st. Thereafter, membership dues will be collected beginning on June 1st for the next 12 months.
What are the benefits of becoming a member?
There are many wonderful and important reasons to join the Planned Giving Council of Broward, including networking opportunities, educational opportunities, partnering with nonprofit and for-profit organization and firms and bettering the community.
May I bring a guest to breakfast meetings?
Yes, all members are permitted to bring 2 guests to any breakfast meeting, complimentary.
Can I serve on a committee?
We welcome new ideas and new individuals to serve on one of our committees. Kindly reach out to us at one of our breakfast meetings or email us at email@example.com.
Can I serve on the board of directors?
We are always looking for great people to partner with on our board of directors. Kindly reach out to us at one of our breakfast meetings or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.