ATLANTA, Aug. 23, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Mercy Care Foundation holds its first presentation in a series of seminars
Sharing this program with donors represents a continuing commitment to provide compassionate, clinically excellent healthcare in the spirit of loving service to those in need, with special attention to the poor and vulnerable. Mercy Care Foundation hopes this timely program deepens its relationships with donors.
The Donor Motivation Program® presentation, Estate Tax Elimination and Income Tax Reduction, is a program serving leading charities and their donors for more than 20 years in the United States and Canada. Attendees will hear about major challenges and obstacles donors face and potential opportunities, available under new tax laws, which demonstrate a strategic approach to tax, retirement and charitable planning.
The featured speaker, Barry H. Spencer, is nationally recognized as a Financial Educator and Charitable Wealth Planning Specialist. He will share personal experiences and his knowledge of how to leave a lasting legacy to charity without leaving less to family. His presentation is rich with real world examples and compelling case studies, including his own personal story of a failed wealth transfer in his own family, the driving motivation to share tax-saving and legacy-giving concepts in a clear, compelling way.
Attendees will not be asked or pressured to make any kind of gift decision at the event. The seminar series of events by the Donor Motivation Program® is a thank you from Mercy Care Foundation to its generous supporters, donors and friends in the community. Our guests will be able to interact with Mr. Spencer and Mercy Care Foundation staff at a reception after the presentation.
For more information about the event or to learn more about Mercy Care Foundation, contact Dave Sloan at Dave.Sloan@MercyAtlanta.org or call 404-643-8825, and visit Mercy Care online at https://www.mercyatlanta.org.
SOURCE Mercy Care Foundation
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