What motivates millennials? Knowing more about their motivations can help anyone working with millennial clients tailor the perfect charitable giving plan for them.
Over the course of the last three years, BCF has been listening and developing a way to fund organizations that address issues affecting young Baltimoreans who identify as LGBTQ. The result is the LGBTQ Fund at BCF. Join LGBTQ Fund advisory committee co-chair Frank McNeil and member Alice Young as they give us an overview of goals of the fund and its recent grant recipients.
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As we approach the end of 2019, here are a few reminders about how BCF can help you work with clients to create a charitable giving plan that will take full advantage of any tax-saving opportunities available to them.
Attorneys, financial planners, and accountants frequently observe that their clients who participate in philanthropic endeavors seem happier and more connected to their fellow family members. This phenomenon is more than just an observation.
Ann Greif began her philanthropic life early. At the age of six, she and a friend collected a few dollars for the Children’s Milk and Ice Fund, a division of the Baltimore Community Chest. The next year she raised her contribution to $6.60 for the annual campaign.
After months of work, the Kirwan Commission has released its cost estimates and a draft funding formula that would allow the state of Maryland and its local school districts to pay for the improvements needed to provide a world-class education to all students. On Oct. 30, Strong Schools Maryland's Joe Francaviglia will join us to break down the funding formula and the path towards implementing Kirwan.
It’s a Tuesday morning in the gymnasium of Dorothy I. Height Elementary School—a sleek, brick and siding building now in its second year of use—and My Gym is in full swing.