Posts tagged to 'Donor intent and legacy statements'
by Virginia Esposito
on July 15, 2008
A great enthusiasm is building for getting the most out of your charitable giving, for working with your family in this pursuit, and for focusing for greater impact… in Israel!
This past month I was invited to speak at a conference in Israel convened to encourage private philanthropy, particularly...
by Sarah Trzepacz
on July 15, 2006
The loss of a loved one is difficult for any family to bear, and the desire to celebrate and honor his or her life and accomplishments is natural and common. For philanthropic families, if the lost family member has played a significant role in their giving, grief and sadness can be coupled with some...
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This issue of Family Giving News examines the growing use of ethical wills and donor legacy statements: What are they? Why might you and your family want to use one? And how can one of these statements benefit individual donors, their families and the causes and issues they care most about?...