We think not only about your needs for today and tomorrow, but also about your passions, the life you want to lead, and the legacy you want to leave behind for yourself and your family.
Establishing a charitable entity can help fund your philanthropic goals during and beyond your lifetime. Developing your philanthropic strategy should involve a comprehensive review of your assets, wealth plan, cash flow, and tax situation to determine the best timing and structure for your giving.
From determining which entity best meets your needs to advising on the management and grantmaking aspects of either entity, our team is here to guide you through all stages of your philanthropy and help ensure your goals are met.
Philanthropy can be an effective tool to educate and engage the next generation. It provides a vehicle through which a family can share values, strengthen bonds, teach financial responsibility, and create or maintain a family identity. It can also be used to help the next generation to develop their own individual values and even provide employment opportunities in the family’s charitable entity.
This article provides a summary of some effective giving strategies that may still be accomplished before year-end.Read the Article
Our Head of Philanthropy, Adrienne Hart, has provided a summary of best practices for international giving, and some recommended resources as well.Read the Article
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