Avow Foundation Hosts IRAs" Estate and Year-End Planning Panel
Panelists include Brad. A. Galbraith, Galbraith Law; Eileen Connolly-Keesler, president/CEO Community Foundation of Collier County; Evelyn Garcia, managing partner, Garcia & Carlson CPA; Pam and Carolyn D. Bare, wealth management officer, Suncoast Trust and Investment Services. The moderator is Betsy Keteltas, senior director of development for the Avow Foundation.
Topics will include inherited IRAs, charitable rollovers, adverse tax consequences and other areas of interest. The expert panel will present information and answer questions about topics from charitable giving to the significance of an IRA in the owner's estate.
The free event will begin at 9 a.m. with coffee and pastries, with the panel discussion from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m.
"Avow Foundation was created to do more than just raise money for programs that care for and support those in need," says Jaysen Roa, president and CEO of Avow Foundation. "We also help donors live their values and express their deepest feelings through sharing with others. Each donation makes a difference in the lives of our community members here in southwest Florida."
To RSVP to attend this informational panel, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 239-430-3184.
About Avow and Avow Foundation
Avow is a community-focused, not-for-profit organization, serving its friends, families and neighbors living in Collier County, Fla. since 1983. Avow provides specialized end-of-life care to those living with a life-threatening illness and offers support to those who are caring for them.
Avow Foundation is the fundraising arm of Avow. We strive to ensure that adequate resources are available to enable exemplary care for our patients while offering an emotional safety net for families. We are proud to assist in supporting a variety of Avow programs, including palliative care, children's services, bereavement and grief support, and complementary therapies that include music, art, Reiki, and massage. Due to generous donations and other forms of support, Avow is able to care for anyone in the community, regardless of insurance or ability to pay. For any Avow services, call 239-261-4404 or visit http://www.avowcares.org.