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Charitable Solutions to Bring into 2021

As you develop your 2021 business plan, Wealth Advisor Holly Mathiesen suggests a variety of solutions to support your charitable conversations with clients.

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A message from Chris Andersen, InFaith Community Foundation's President & Executive Director on the 2018 President's Grant.

Merry Christmas from InFaith Community Foundation.

The Dr. Richard Hay Barkalow Fund was mentioned in the November 2018 issue of Living Lutheran. 

After all the helpings of grace, gratitude and gravy this Thanksgiving, Thrivent Financial invests you to join in celebrating generosity on Giving Tuesday.

When Wealth Advisor Corey Schmidt talks to clients about their charitable intentions, he introduces them to the benefits of a donor advised fund at InFaith Community Foundation. “A donor advised fund marries their charitable goals with a desire to re balance their investments,” Corey says.

When donor Gaye Guyton’s extended family gathers this holiday season, they will share memories of Christmas slumber parties with cousins and Advent devotions written by Grandma. They’ll also spend time giving gifts to charities important to them as a family.

One-year after the devastation of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria, many families and organizations continue to rebuild what was lost. InFaith Community Foundation is pleased to partner with Thrivent to support disaster relief.

Financial Professional Vann Doubleday uses the ‘yes, and’ approach with clients. Yes, he can help with their financial planning and with their charitable wishes as well. Yes, clients can complete a Roth IRA conversion, and offset the taxes while making gifts to causes they care about.

As a child, Ashley saw her father’s generous giving, and allocated some of her own allowance to share with others. She was also moved by stories of faithful leaders who gave away much of their income as they dedicated their lives to a dependence on God’s grace and abundance.

There are many ways to do more with what we have, or with what we inherit.

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