Volunteers are the backbone of the PALTC Foundation
In addition to financial support, the Foundation seeks individuals who bring their expertise and volunteer on one of our committees. Our committees are the backbone of the Foundation and are 100% volunteer-led. Please consider joining one of the sub-committees listed below.
Annual Giving – This sub-committee designs and executes the annual solicitation process to acquire new donors, and cultivate and manage existing donors for continued and upgraded philanthropic support. It is solely focused on targeting specific outreach efforts for donations that impact a 12-month giving cycle.
The group develops and submits an annual program of work with budget requirements to be approved by the Board of Directors during the budget planning process.
Planning Giving – This sub-committee is responsible for developing an annual planned giving campaign to cultivate and solicit current and legacy gifts. These gifts included but are limited to bequests, planned giving-charitable giving vehicles, IRA, and stock gifts in support of unrestricted license, specific program support, and the Legacy Fund (investment).
These committee members participate in the design of annual educational outreach and individual discussions to secure planned gifts. They also work with the Major Gifts
sub-committee to create and adopt appropriate naming opportunities.
Major Gifts/IAB – This sub-committee secures new donors to give one-time or multi-year donations outside of the annual giving cycle in support of transformational projects and programs from individuals, corporations, private foundations, state chapters, and associations. These gifts are outlined as greater than $5,000 and support unique and individual projects designated to the unrestricted fund, any of the individual designated funding areas, or the Legacy Fund (investment).
These committee members shall identify prospective major donors, supporting the development process of soliciting major donors. They will presents all future funding projects, proposed opportunities, policies, and donor proposals to the Development Committee before securing and agreeing to such special gifts.