On Wednesday, May 23, the Cleveland Foundation partnered with the Akron Community Foundation and the Stark Community Foundation to host Conrad Teitell for a continuing education seminar and luncheon with a focus on savvy charitable gift planning under the new tax law. Mr. Teitell, an expert in the law of charitable giving, is a Principal in the Cummings & Lockwood’s Private Clients Group based out of Stamford, Connecticut. To learn more about Mr. Teitell’s work related to the new tax law click here.
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January 29, 2018 by Cleveland Foundation
In Cuyahoga County and elsewhere, the liberties at stake in immigration court proceedings are serious — they include the freedom to escape persecution and to live safely in the same country as your family. Still, due to the cost, immigrants often appear in court without an attorney and with little or no knowledge of […]Read More
November 3, 2017 by Cleveland Foundation
Are you a nonprofit hoping to connect with younger generations? This guest blog post by Melissa Libertini, Research Assistant on our Advancement team, explores charitable trends and preferences among millennials. The millennial generation is creating a lot of buzz in the workforce right now, and employers are eager to learn how to retain and engage […]Read More
February 8, 2018 by Cleveland Foundation
The African-American Philanthropy Committee of the Cleveland Foundation invites you to attend the fifth biennial Cleveland Foundation African-American Philanthropy Summit from 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Saturday, April 28, at Landerhaven. This year’s summit: “CLE for Life, Giving for Life,” celebrates African-American philanthropists in our region and provides tools and insight to support and inspire those interested in charitable giving. […]Read More