Scranton Area Community Foundation to Host Online Charitable Planning Seminar
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
November 5, 2020
CONTACT: Brittany Pagnotti, Communications Manager
Scranton Area Community Foundation
570-347-6203, ext. 308
SCRANTON AREA COMMUNITY FOUNDATION TO HOST ONLINE CHARITABLE PLANNING SEMINAR
Scranton, PA – On Tuesday, November 10, at 8:30 a.m., Scranton Area Community Foundation President and CEO, Laura Ducceschi, MBA, MA, CAP®, will be presenting an hour-long online seminar entitled 2020 Wealth Transfer and Charitable Planning: Navigating the Landscape, with Elizabeth Witko, MAcc, MSF, Business Strategist at Drucker & Scaccetti.
This free CFRE and CE accredited online event will be relevant to individuals interested in tax planning, estate planning, and charitable planning, as well as accountants, investment advisors, attorneys, and professional fundraisers.
The seminar will explore how the circumstances and potential changes from the Presidential Election can impact wealth transference and related charitable planning issues. This event will also discuss some of the most advantageous strategies to employ before year-end and how to get the most out of the increased “use it or lose it” federal estate and gift tax exemption. We will also highlight the importance of incorporating the NextGen and proactive Succession Planning in helping to achieve your wealth and charitable planning goals.
There is no charge to attend this event hosted by the Scranton Area Community Foundation as a service to the community. 2020 Wealth Transfer and Charitable Planning: Navigating the Landscape has been approved for 1 CFRE point and 1 CFP Board CE credit. To register, visit: https://safdn.org/2020-wealth-transfer-seminar/
For more information on this event, please contact Brittany Pagnotti, Communications Manager of the Scranton Area Community Foundation at 570-347-6203.
Scranton Area Community Foundation is on a mission to enhance the quality of life for all people in Northeastern Pennsylvania through the development of organized philanthropy. With assets of more than $41 million and more than 210 charitable funds, the Scranton Area Community Foundation distributed over $2 million in grants and scholarships in 2019. Additionally, through its foundation management services offered to other private and public foundations, the Scranton Area Community Foundation manages assets of more than $31 million and distributed an additional $1.2 million in grants and scholarships in 2019 through assets under management. As a public 501c3 community foundation, the Scranton Area Community Foundation serves as a steward, a grantmaker, a charitable resource, and a catalyst for change. The Scranton Area Community Foundation leads various initiatives including Women in Philanthropy, the Center for Community Leadership and Nonprofit Excellence, NEPA Moves, and the NEPA Animal Welfare Collaborative. More information about the Scranton Area Community Foundation can be found at www.safdn.org.
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