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May 14, 2018 Luncheon

11:45am - 1pm

New tax law: What it means for your nonprofit and your donors


Registration is now open for the AFP May Luncheon.

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

About the program:

Wondering what the new tax law means for your organization and your donors? 
 
Lynn Gaumer will provide an overview of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act and discuss how it impacts your organization and your donors.  Her presentation will include:

  • Details of the new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
  • How key provisions impact your organization and your donors.
  • The best gifts to promote in 2018.
  • New planned giving strategies for your donors.
  • Best practices for talking with your donors about the new tax law.

Lynn is a Senior Technical Consultant with The Stelter Company, and previously worked as an attorney specializing in estate and charitable planning. She is a board member of the Mid Iowa Planned Giving Council and also serves on the Leadership Institute for the National Association of Charitable Gift Planners.



Join us Monday, May 14, 2018 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 May luncheon will close at noon on May 8 so RSVP today!

 

Click here to register

  

http://afpcentraliowa.afpnet.org/


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