Our Client Stories series continues with Bill and Sarah Walton. In a recent interview, they shared how having a donor-advised account with DonorsTrust allows them to support the causes within the community of liberty that they care about. You can read last month’s installment featuring Sue Scharf here.
Bill and Sarah Walton have been with DonorsTrust since 2014. Bill …
Church-goers often have strong feelings about the concept of
Youth Sunday. Those in the congregation feel a sense of either excitement or
trepidation when they arrive at church to discover the youth of the church will
lead the service.
We recently held our Youth Sunday.
Put me solidly in the “trepidation” camp. As a Presbyterian
(see also “Frozen Chosen”), I …
There is talk these days about tribalism and its negative
impact on society. The discussion occurs more frequently within the context of
the public square, specifically the perceived deleterious effect on the “public
Certainly, we all could use a reminder that the most important part of “civil society” is being civil.
Recently, I reflected on exactly what I’ve learned over the course of the last year and a half working at DonorsTrust. As a career fundraiser, I noticed in my reflections that I kept going back to how little fundraisers really understand donor advised funds (DAFs).
This isn’t meant as a slight. I was in the same boat before moving to …
When formulating your estate, gift and income tax plan, first and foremost define your goals. If one goal is furthering your philanthropy, any of three broad planning categories, each with its own set of techniques and vehicles, are available to achieve a combination of your charitable, tax, and other financial goals.
The three broad categories of charitable planning techniques are …
Life does not always mimic Robert Frost. We should define ourselves less by our regret over a road not taken, than by those moments along our journey when we were t-boned.
I recognize that time has a way of blurring memories’ edges, and in some cases, obliterating them. Historians spend lifetimes discerning hyperbole, exaggeration, and mistaken identity from so-called reality.…