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Building Financial Resources for Nonprofit Organization
Presented by Bryan Clontz for Nonprofit CEOs, Development Professionals and Board Members
Wednesday, May 02, 2012
2:00 pm – 3:30 pm
FiftyForward, Patricia Hart Building
174 Rains Ave.
Nashville, TN 37203
The Community Foundation is pleased to invite Middle Tennessee area nonprofit CEOs, Development Professionals and Board members interested in learning how to build financial resources for their organization to a free educational seminar with Bryan Clontz, president and founder of Charitable Solutions, LLC.
Please join us for Bryan's presentation on Building Your Planned Gifts and an Endowment with a Shoestring Staff & Budget. Specifically, you will learn about:
* Turn-key solutions to planned giving
* Benefits of planned giving to endowments
* Ways to identify and motivate donors to make gifts to support the future of your organization
Bryan Clontz has given more than 500 presentations on charitable gift planning. His professional experience includes serving as the national director of planned giving for Boys & Girls Clubs of America, vice president of advancement at The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta, and board member with the Planned Giving Design Center, the National Committee on Planned Giving Board, and many other organizations.
In his role at Charitable Solutions, LLC, Bryan Clontz, CFP®, CLU, ChFC, CAP, AEP, specializes in planned giving/major gifts, investment management, financial planning, risk management, real estate transactions, tangible personal property donations, and actuarial consulting.
We look forward to introducing you to Bryan Clontz and his expertise and insights that will benefit your organization. For inquiries about this event, please call Debbie Bone at 615-321-4939.