July 17 – Mark Brewer speaks on Central Florida’s coming transfer of wealth

Mark Brewer presents "A New State of Giving: Central Florida’s Coming Transfer of Wealth"

Mark Brewer presents “A New State of Giving: Central Florida’s Coming Transfer of Wealth”

Mark Brewer, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Community Foundation of Central Florida, will speak on Florida’s first ever transfer of wealth study.

Join this session to received a clear picture of philanthropy’s next frontier and where gifts will come from over the next ten to fifty years.

The research will be shared at the July 17th AFP Central Florida member meeting. Enjoy Mark’s unique presentation style as he shares the data gathered in collaboration with eleven Florida foundations–including our local Community Foundation of Central Florida and the Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation.

To register online please visit: AFPCentralFlorida.org

Moreover, this study distinguishes future philanthropists from donors and provides specific clues about where these dollars will come from and what development officers will have to do to attract them. Learning outcomes include:

–          The importance of moving beyond Annual Campaign tactics.

–          The role of Planned Giving in future philanthropy.

Regional County-by-County results of how much money will transfer, how donors will use philanthropy in this process, and what psychographic cohorts will likely be Central Florida’s future philanthropists.

Location:   Winter Park Civic Center, 1050 W. Morse Blvd, Winter Park, FL

Registration:   11:15

Members:   $20.00   |   Non-Members:   $40.00   |   Students:   $15.00

Link to this event:   http://www.afpcentralflorida.org/EventRegistration.aspx?id=65

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