May 19, 12:00 PM ET / 9:00 AM PT
Webinar: Details provided upon RSVP approval
Join us for a deep dive conversation with philanthropy expert John Oddy from New York Community Trust to explore the structure of Foundations and Donor-Advised Funds and what is the best philanthropy vehicle for your family.
During this webinar, we’ll compare and contrast Private Foundations and Donor Advised Funds – two popular charitable vehicles. This includes a look at functionality, anonymity, flexibility, family engagement, operational costs, regulatory oversight, and more. The goal is to give Family Office managers practical information to help execute and advise on the philanthropic goals of their high net worth employers.
In this webinar, we’ll provide a better understanding of these two popular charitable giving vehicles by:
- Comparing and contrasting the two
- Dispelling myths around each
- Providing practical and actionable information
- Considering how each vehicle may be used both independently and in tandem
Join our webinar to hear from John Oddy, Senior Director of Donor Services at The New York Community Trust. Prior to joining NYCT, John was Senior Philanthropic Director at Foundation Source, Executive Director of The Royal Oak Foundation, and Program Officer at the Getty Trust. He also held positions at The Judith Rothschild Foundation and The J.M. Kaplan Fund of New York.
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