Planned Giving and the New Tax Laws

Jan 24, 2018

Now that congress has passed tax reform, one thing is clear. It's time to review your estate plans. How will its key provisions impact you, the donor, and the charities your support? What are the implications of estate planning? And planned giving? Texas Public Radio and the San Antonio Area Foundation have partnered to bring a workshop designed to allow those with current estate plans to review them in light of the new tax laws while helping those just starting out to look at their assets and make smart plans for their family and charities they care about deeply. David Davenport, the Director of Estate and Planned Giving at the Area Foundation, will answer these questions and more. 

What: Planned Giving and the New Tax Laws

When: Thursday, February 8, 6:30 p.m. (Doors open at 6:00 p.m.)

Where: San Antonio Area Foundation
                 303 Pearl Parkway, Suite 114

The information session is free and open to the public with reservations. Click here to reserve your seat. 

  

About David Davenport
David Davenport, CFRE joined the staff of the San Antonio Area Foundation in December 2016 as the Director of Estate and Planned Giving.  David leads the San Antonio Area Foundation's estate planning and trust administration team. He works closely with attorneys, donors and financial advisors to prepare plans that meet each person, couple, or family's individual goals and advises fiduciaries administering trusts and estates. Prior to joining the Area Foundation team, David served as President & CEO of C3 Nonprofit Consulting where he led capital and planned giving efforts, launched new development programs and facilitated strategic plan processes with nonprofits located in Washington DC, Chicago, Kansas City and across Texas. He has also served as CEO of the Capital Area Food Bank in Austin and End Hunger Network, a small food rescue program in Houston. 

 

To learn more San Antonio Area Foundation's planned gift options to meet your needs and goals click here

About Gwathmey Legacy Guild

Named for longtime TPR General Manager Joe Gwathmey, the Gwathmey Legacy Guild allows donors to help ensure that future listeners will enjoy excellence in public radio broadcasting by creating a legacy in support of Texas Public Radio. More information on the Gwathmey Legacy Guild can be found here