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June 12, 2017 Luncheon

11:45am - 1pm

Fundraising and the Elderly: Ethical and Legal Insights


Registration is now open for the AFP June Luncheon.

Luncheon Location:
Plymouth Congregational Church, Waveland Room
4126 Ingersoll Ave, Des Moines, Iowa

About the program: Attorney Matthew Gardner will lead a presentation and discussion on how to deal with ethical and legal issues in fundraising, especially pertaining to elderly donors. 
 
About the speaker:

Matthew brings over 17 years of experience practicing law, including 15 years at a mid-size law firm. In 2013, he started his own firm, Gardner Law Firm P.C., which specializes in wills and estates, probate and probate litigation, small business services and real estate. 
 
Matthew is a native Iowan, growing up in Centerville. He received his B.A. From Iowa State, and his law degree from Drake University.  An active volunteer, Matthew works with the Iowa Volunteer Lawyers Project and has served as the chairman for the Services for the Elderly committee with the Iowa State Bar Association. He has been consistently recognized by his peers, receiving a Martindale-Hubbell “AV” rating and being named as a “Great Plains Super Lawyer.” In his free time, Matthew enjoys running, watching his kids play soccer and Cyclone athletics. 


Join us Monday, June 12, 2017 for our next AFP Chapter meeting.

We look forward to seeing you! And remember, as an AFP member, you may bring a guest annually FREE OF CHARGE to an AFP monthly lunch meeting.

NOTE: If you prefer to pay by check you will still need to complete the online registration and either send in payment or bring it to the meeting. Also, if you plan to bring a guest, you must do this manually by emailing AFP Chapter Administrator Suzanne Hull at afpcentraliowa@gmail.com.

The online registration for the June luncheon will close at noon on June 6 so RSVP today!

 

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