Wed, May 26|
Planned Giving Informational Luncheon
Join us to learn more about a free service offered by the Dane G. Hansen Foundation to assist area donors in fulfilling their philanthropic wishes!
Time & Location
May 26, 2021, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
Hoxie, 721 Main St, Hoxie, KS 67740, USA
About the event
As a local financial and/or legal professional in the county, we hope to collaborate with you in helping us get the word out about philanthropic opportunities available to folks from or with an affinity for Sheridan County!
Between 2020 and 2064, nearly $30 billion dollars will transfer from one generation to the next in the 26 counties of NW Kansas. The opportunity to capture a portion of that wealth is a remarkable one, and the time is now.
Most intergenerational wealth transfers will go to heirs, many or most of whom will take their inheritance with them to a home outside of NW Kansas. If, as a generation, 95% of Baby Boomer estates in NW Kansas went to children or family, heirs would be well cared for. If the remaining 5% went to our local communities, the future for NW Kansas would be forever changed.
The Dane G. Hansen Foundation understands the importance of giving locally in Northwest Kansas. The Trustees have spearheaded the NW KANSAS GIVES initiative with 26 counties in the Dane G. Hansen Foundation service area to provide resources to assist foundations and their donors to help secure the future of Northwest Kansas communities.
Donors who wish to make a charitable gift in their estate can meet with John Griffin, Estate Planned Giving Attorney, to help design a Trust and/or Will that best fits the individual or family’s wishes and needs, while going through what different tax advantages are available within their personal financial scenario. This opportunity is also available for anyone who wishes to have their current legal documents reviewed by John.
Thanks to a generous donation from the Dane G. Hansen Foundation, there is no charge to participants within the Hansen 26-county region to utilize John’s service to draft or review a plan.
Special guest, Gennifer House, Director of Donor Services, with the Greater Northwest Kansas Community Foundation will be on-hand to discuss this initiative and the services provided by John Griffin.
Please RSVP by Monday, May 24 with your availability to attend. Feel free to bring those individuals from your office who you believe would benefit from this luncheon (be sure to include their names with your RSVP). Should you wish to participate virtually via Zoom, please indicate that on the RSVP form as well.