It’s a good idea to familiarize yourself with several important year-end charitable giving techniques and deadlines so you can be prepared.
It’s October, and the fourth quarter is upon us. The team at the community foundation is especially looking forward to talking about end of year giving.
John was a current and active member of the Arlington Community Foundation board, and a true and faithful leader in every sense of the word.
Join us November 17 for awards celebration and luncheon.
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Through a legacy fund, one humanitarian’s commitment to nourishment, mental health, and well-being will endure far beyond her lifetime.
These new board members bring highly distinguished and diverse perspectives in business, finance, and community impact to the work of the Community Foundation at an exciting time in its evolution.
To help you prepare for your clients’ questions when they return after summer holidays and travels, we’re sharing insights on a few topics that may be top of mind.
“When it comes to estate planning, it’s the quality of life for the people you leave behind that keeps clients up at night.”
In 2020, Arlington Community Foundation two small pilot projects focused on reducing the cost of housing for 30% AMI renter households.
Memorial Day has come and gone, and for many, “summer mode” is in full swing. We’re excited to reconnect with our advisor friends. We hope the summer provides some time for relaxation as well as thoughtful planning.
More than ever, the lack of affordable child care in Arlington is putting our lowest income neighbors in an impossible bind. Our goal with this status update is to re-energize the work and efforts toward affordability.
Marymount offers up to a $3,000 match for Arlington students who receive an ACF scholarship and choose to attend Marymount.
“A lesson that’s come out of this is just how much he touched others’ lives. And if we can lift up three other teenagers each year, then we can do more to sustain his legacy than we could have ever hoped to do.”
Sixty years ago, John checked “no” when asked about “homosexual tendencies.” Today, John’s scholarship empowers Arlington students to proudly check “yes” when asked about LGBTQ+ involvement.
Sometimes extraordinary impact is made in the most “ordinary” of ways.
$600K in scholarships, living legacies, celebrations, STEM Fellows, and more, make 2022 a year for the books!
As we begin the 4th quarter, we are beginning to field more questions about charitable giving and year-end tax planning. We are always happy to join you for “lay of the land” conversations.
For Jeanne and Joe, their top priority is “for the fund to support programs and policies that ensure safe, stable, affordable housing where Arlington seniors can thrive.”