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Talking About Death: Planned Giving & End of Life Planning
Recorded event by Kimberly Pittman-Schulz
As we move through the COVID-19 pandemic, death is moving out of the shadows. Aging Baby Boomers, in particular, have an even more urgent reason to think about taking control and shaping the end of their life stories. As they consider what to do with the resources they have built over a lifetime, and how to continue what they most care about, donors are inviting deeper conversations leading to meaningful charitable legacies. But we need to be better at talking about death. This webinar will offer insights into the growing movement to support people in charting their own end-of-life journey. Good news: the discussion will be lively and mixed with humor as we learn skills and approaches for these life-changing conversations. -Increase skills and comfort level when planning gifts in the midst of conversations about death and dying. -Better counsel donors, their families and their advisors in planning meaningful legacies that embody and empower donor values while supporting charity priorities. -Deepen understanding of how planned giving integrates with the range of end-of-life planning considerations.