Authentic Philanthropy” Coaching

You’ve worked hard all your life and made good decisions.  A little luck, perhaps, too has helped you along the way and now you want to give back (philanthropic decisions) or in the future (planned giving decisions).  Already development officers and others have sensed your generosity and are lining up at the door, so to speak.  You want to make meaningful gifts that will be used as you intended but also reflect your life and values.  How can you make those decisions?  How can you speak fundraise-ese to those interested in your monies?

Enroll for your free introductory coaching session.  Plan on up to 60 minutes. 

Aristotle said:  “To give away money is an easy matter, and in any man’s power. But to decide to whom to give it, and how large and when, and for what purpose and how, is neither in every man’s power-nor an easy matter. Hence it is that such excellence is rare, praiseworthy and noble.”   I can help  you find the answers.

If…

–> you want to make sound decisions that integrate your intentions and involve others on your advisory team (account, financial planner, wealth manager, attorney, etc.).

–> you want to know how to communicate with organizational leaders and development officers regarding your goals and aspirations when it comes to your philanthropy.

–> you want to be able to have open, honest conversations with your family about your desires.

Sign up today for your free session.

During the session, we will…

–> Create a clear vision of your philanthropic ideas and intentions.

–> Uncover some of the challenges that are inhibiting your decisions regarding current and future philanthropy.

–> Have you finish the session renewed, energized, inspired and optimistic about how to make meaningful, authentic decisions regarding the philanthropic disposition of your wealth to make the world a better place.

To claim your session, send an email to me with answers to the following questions.  Be sure to include your phone number.  I will get back to you soon to schedule your session.

  1. Are you considering current or future gifts, or both?
  2. Do you already have family or other commitments that you want to take care of first?
  3. What are your greatest fears about how your philanthropic decisions will turn out?
  4. What are your greatest hopes for your philanthropy?

Act now.

For additional insights into philanthropy, check my blog Philanthropy Liaison.  Thanks for helping make the world a better place with your generous spirit.

Also, I am available for instructional-motivational presentations at associations and organizations to explain how the process works to help donors see inside themselves as to their donative purpose, and how advisors can listen to the hopes and dreams of others.  Included in the presentation is “how to communicate effectively with a fundraising professional to assure your goals are achieved.”  Contact me today!

Learn about context in generosity in this interview.