Charitable giving can make an impact on your heart and your estate.
Gifts from individuals are crucial to the nonprofit sector, but many donors don’t leverage charitable giving to ensure their maximum impact. Treating your charitable giving as a part of your financial plan by creating a clear strategy and outlining goals means that you can give wisely, which doesn’t always translate to just giving more.
Many donors don’t leverage charitable giving to ensure maximum impact on both the recipient of their generosity and their broader financial strategy. Watch our video to learn more.
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