Support for Professional Advisors
What We Offer
There are many ways Greater Tacoma Community Foundation can assist you and your clients. For questions about how we can collaborate with you to serve the needs of your clients, please contact: Evelyn Ryberg at 253.345.4172 or email@example.com.
Educational Training & Networking Events
We provide annual events tailored specially for professional advisors and their clients, featuring well-known experts in philanthropy. CLE, CE and CPE credits are typically available for professionals attending.
May 8, 2018 – Greater Tacoma Community Foundation’s annual Professional Advisor Breakfast. Our guest speaker is Sharna Goldseker, Executive Director of 21/64, a nonprofit practice she founded to serve philanthropic and family enterprises. Sharna is the author of Generation Impact: How Next Gen Donors Are Revolutionizing Giving, and serves as a leading expert on multigenerational and next generation philanthropy.
May 9-10, 2018 – GTCF is hosting 21/64 for a 2-day 101 Multigenerational Training in Tacoma. This training is specifically designed to help you more comfortably engage clients in important and often complicated conversations, whether you are new to the field or a seasoned advisor taking your work to the next level.
Chartered Advisor in Philanthropy
In addition, Greater Tacoma Community Foundation is excited to offer a first-its-kind education and certification opportunity for professional advisors in our area. The Chartered Advisor in Philanthropy or CAP is a 10-month program offered through The American College and provides seasoned professionals with the knowledge and tools to help clients articulate and advance their highest aspirations for self, family and society.
This graduate-level class is focused on advancing philanthropy in local communities through a rigorous curriculum that focuses positive social impact when determining clients financial and estate planning goals. The CAP course is part of GTCF’s overarching efforts to provide high-quality philanthropic advising services to donors and our partner professional advisors in the community.
Interested in learning more about how charitable giving and our varied options help meet your clients’ financial, charitable and family goals?
We offer in-house presentations about:
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- Planned giving
- Charitable giving options & benefits
- Community needs and issues
- Our grantmaking priorities and impact
Strategic Philanthropic Advising
We can assist your clients and their families in their philanthropic planning, incorporating their charitable goals with their personal financial goals. We combine our expertise to yours and utilize the giving vehicle(s) that best meet their needs.
We would be happy to meet with you or send more information on any of the following:
- Donor Advised Funds
- Charitable Lead or Remainder Trusts
- Charitable Gift Annuities
Be sure to read our Transfer of Wealth Report about the future of philanthropy in Pierce County.
Professional Advisors Website
We offer a comprehensive website dedicated specifically to professional advisors and their clients. The site offers:
- Calculators with clear and understandable illustrations
- Bequest language
- Will planning tips, tools and resources
- Updates on new IRS rules and case law
- Donor stories
- Much more
Download an easy reference guide to what we can offer you and your clients.
Quarterly Advisor E-Newsletter
This easy to understand and quick to read publication provides short articles about charitable giving work taking place in Pierce County. The focus of this newsletter is professional advisors, so you will find the content relevant, meaningful and useful when it comes to your daily work with clients. Subscribe today by emailing Evelyn Ryberg at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 253.345.4172.