The EAFC meets the second Wednesday of January, February, March, April, May, September, October and November.

Meetings begin with networking at 8:00 a.m. and a presentation begins at 8:15 a.m.  All regular meetings are held at the United Way of Southwestern Indiana at 501 NW 4th Street in downtown Evansville.

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Please refer to the monthly listing below for meeting locations and speaker topics.

May 9, 2018  | Evansville Country Club | Seating at 11:45 a.m.

LEAVE A LEGACY®

Melissa Brown, Voted "One of America's Top 25 Philanthropy Speakers" for 2016

Boomers are entering retirement and (we hope) making planned gifts. The following age cohort -- Gen X -- is the smallest generation currently living. People born from 1965 to 1981 (or so) are entering their peak earning years, yet their philanthropic giving has been historically lower than Boomers' giving (as a share of their income). Working with Boomers to “evergreen” their giving is becoming essential to charitable organizations' financial support. This session reviews the demographic trends, uses data about giving, and challenges participants to think about and plan for the future of philanthropy.

Our Sponsor:

Stifel Ruder Investment Group


 

Programs & Events

 

Dr. Tad Dickel earned a Certificate in Nonprofit Board Consulting from the prestigious BoardSource in 2016. His presentation is entitled Defining Roles and Responsibilities of Board Members and Engaging Them in Development Efforts. This informative session will help participants learn how to better involve board members in the development process. Key to this is help our volunteers fully understand they now have important responsibilities.

Rob Henson, CFRE, author of Planned Giving, How to ask for transformational legacy gifts.

Topic TBD

Jamie Levy, President, JD Levy & Associates.

Topic:  “Giving Behavior and How to Navigate It”

Speaker TBA

LEAVE A LEGACY®

Melissa Brown, Voted "One of America's Top 25 Philanthropy Speakers" for 2016

Boomers are entering retirement and (we hope) making planned gifts. The following age cohort -- Gen X -- is the smallest generation currently living. People born from 1965 to 1981 (or so) are entering their peak earning years, yet their philanthropic giving has been historically lower than Boomers' giving (as a share of their income). Working with Boomers to “evergreen” their giving is becoming essential to charitable organizations' financial support. This session reviews the demographic trends, uses data about giving, and challenges participants to think about and plan for the future of philanthropy.

Evansville Country Club | Seating at 11:45 a.m.

 

Our Sponsor:

Stifel Ruder Investment Group

Trent Engbers

Topic TBA

 

Kathleen Lapekas

Topic TBA