Transcript: Did You Know? Since 1982 FOOD FOR POOR have distributed 48,000 tractor trailor loads of aid to the poor and built over 55,000 housing units! International Charities double click to type text Humanitarian Relief Supplies First - key text Charities in Humanitarian Relief Supplies specialize in collecting donated medical, food, agriculture, and other supplies and distributing them overseas to those in need. Undernutrition contributes to the deaths of 5.6 million children every year. International charitable organizations make up only two percent of organizations and 2% of revenue of the charitable nonprofit sector in the United States. World hunger organizations estimate that nearly 1 billion people around the world are chronically hungry. A child in Africa dies from malaria every 30 seconds. Between 2005 and 2050, eight countries -- India, Pakistan, Nigeria, Congo, Bangladesh, Uganda, the United States, Ethiopia, and China -- are likely to contribute half of the world's population increase. There are over 30,000 nuclear weapons in the world. 90 countries are affected by landmines and unexploded ordinance, with rough estimates of 15,000 to 20,000 mine victims each year. There are 22 countries where more than half the population is illiterate. Fifteen of them are in Africa. Since the epidemic began, AIDS has killed more than 21.8 million people--almost three times the population of Switzerland. Every year more than 500,000 women die as a result of pregnancy and childbirth, with huge regional disparities. FOOD For The POOR 97% of Donations spent on Programs
Transcript: 1. Get on the Board Step #2: Complete the form with your charity of choice as one of the beneficiaries. The 50/50 Strategy 5. Get involved….don’t just show up! Avoid Capital Gains Source: Statistics Canada & CAGP 4. Pitch Money Management or Insurance Four Reasons Why Advisors Don’t Discuss Philanthropy Benefits to Ken and Doris… 4. Join The International Association of Advisors in Philanthropy www.advisorsinphilanthropy.org 1-888-597-6575 Next Steps and Resources Who do you wish to receive your money? 150% growth in receipted donations from 1995 to 2008, from $3.60B to $8.19B Case Study: Ken and Doris Trip Around the World Shaw, Gillian. “Better to give than receive? Charities are hoping to share in the trillions to be inherited in coming years." Vancouver Sun 7 April. 2008 Working With Charity “There is a difference between knowing the path and walking the path.” Morpheus (Character from the movie “The Matrix”) $200,000 for Each Child $1 Trillion to $3 Trillion What about the kids!? Taxpayer tax•payer $30,000 for each Grandchild 6. Be authentic and passionate about the cause The 60 Second Bequest Agenda 1. Join a charitable committee (or two or three) 3. Suggest they refer you to high net worth donors 50% of stock is sold with proceeds retained for personal use Why We Don't Our Government Agrees! Working With Clients and Charities to Protect and Expand Social Capital The 50/50 Strategy 3. Loss of Assets Ken and Doris Are taxes at death 100% Voluntary? Wealth Over Time Convert Taxes to Charitable Giving Who is this? Someone who gives up approximately one-quarter of their capital gains or one-half of their retirement income to support the general welfare of our country. Step #3: Return the Form to your plan administrator. More To Estate - Less To CRA Philanthropic Trends 3. Join The Canadian Association of Gift Planners www.cagp-acpdp.org 1-888-430-9494 Estimated Between $150 to $625 Billion History's Largest Intergenerational Wealth Transfer Would you donate your money this way? st 7. Make Larger and Larger Donations Charitable To Do List 2. Lack of Expertise One Strategy they could use… Charity Myth: “Making a significant gift to charity in your estate could mean disinheriting your children.” Ipsos Reid Public Affairs, Talking About Charities 2008 7. Don’t expect business overnight (or at all) 5. Offer to do free donor presentations 4. How to Initiate Step #1: Request an RRSP/RRIF Multiple Beneficiary Designation form from your plan administrator. Involuntary Philanthropist! Do you believe that charity does a better job of meeting the needs of Canadians than our government? Family The 7 “Myths” About How to Work With Charity 86,000 Charities! $60,000 Annually For Lifestyle Visit Grandchildren Every Three Months Ken – age 63 Doris – age 60 Retired 4 years 3 married children 6 grandchildren House and cottage What if you had a choice? $ Involuntary Philanthropy versus Voluntary Philanthropy Income they can’t outlive Techniques to Bridge Conversation Ken and Doris' Old Financial Results First Step: Clarity Ken and Doris Goals Reality: “Including charitable giving in your estate plan can be thought of as adopting another child while disinheriting the taxman.” 1. Misunderstanding Family 6. Describe your unique planning process Source: Statistics Canada, Investor Economics Population over age 65 - Millions 2. Network at The Canadian Association of Gift Planner Give to favourite Charity Why Shaw, Gillian. “Better to give than receive? Charities are hoping to share in the trillions to be inherited in coming years." Vancouver Sun 7 April. 2008. The Donation Multiplier Charitable Component of Wealth Transfer The Donation Multiplier $100,000 Publicly traded stock with a capital gain of $80,000 50/50 Strategy 2. Join a board (or two or three) Webster’s Philanthropists phi·lan·thro·pist Benevolent supporter of human beings and human welfare. Identify Surplus Wealth Ken and Doris New Financial Results Create Tax Deductions A Thought on Insurance… Family Legacy Surplus Wealth $25,000 + $40,000 = $65,000 Charity Canada Revenue Agency $5,000 per year Annuity $2,000 $0 100% of taxes are eliminated! Excess Capital Social Capital Legacy Donate $50,000 to Charity Create Tax Deductions $100,000 Lifetime Income of $2,000/year 50% of stock is donated Lifestyle Line The 50/50 Strategy Peace of mind (Do we have enough?) More income for us (If possible) Leave more to children & grandchildren Convert taxes to charitable giving Ken and Doris $50,000 $0 Charity Sell $50,000 = $40,000 after-tax $400,000 Avoid Capital Gains Tax on Gain = $20,000 $80,000 $100,000 $65,000 Family $0 Create Annuity Income of $3,300/year Income they can’t outlive LAST What about this? $100,000 Cash $20,000 $0 $1,300/year purchases $100,000 policy Charity Financial Independence Give to favourite Charity Tax Savings $25,000 Canada Revenue Agency
Transcript: Y P #1 What is your presentation about? Introduction PREZI BY PRESENTER NAME THE CREATIVE ZONE THE CREATIVE ZONE Add Your Content Make Subtopics Zoom in for Details Talk about any creative topic E = mc I 2 Start with yourself... How to Change the World? Unlock Big Secrets How to be Successful! It's Simple: STOP Failing! Get into the Creative Zone Customize the Layout and Colors Zoom in and out Customize the Layout and Colors C O O O O L
Transcript: Alzheimer's Association Tristen Kahle Facts on Alzheimer's Facts about Alzheimer's There are more than 5 million people in the United States that have Alzheimer's. Did you know that half of adults aged 85 and older have a higher chance of being diagnosed with Alzheimer's. “Strategic Plan.” Alzheimer's Association, Alzheimer's Association, www.alz.org/about/strategic-plan. Title Topic 2 Double click to edit Subtopic 1 Topic 3 Subtopic 1 Topic 4 Subtopic 1 Topic 5 Subtopic 1
Transcript: Location The Animal Friends Humane Society is based in Hamilton County. Funds 86% of the money donated to this organization goes to program expenses. Importance This charity is local, it is a no kill shelter, and it helps finds home for animals. Getting Involved There are many ways to help the Animals Friends Humane Society. You can volunteer at the shelter, donate money, foster an animal, and also donate items to the shelter. Animal Friends The Animal Friends Humane Society rescues stray animals, finds home for them, and promotes humanity towards animals.
Transcript: Charity Team @ BVGS New prospective students Things we do How you can be a part of it What it means to be part of it
Transcript: http://salvationarmyusa.org/usn/adult-rehabilitati http://www.salvationarmy.ca/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Salvation_Army https://www.salvationarmy.org.au/Who-We-Are/About-Us/FAQ/ Helping the Homeless You can become a volunteer by compleating an applcation on their website or attending a local Salvation Army and participating in their various worship activities. They help the homeless to get skills to get jobs. The Salvation Army target group of people there trying to help are the homeless. The Salvation Army was founded on July 2nd 1865 in London, Britten by William Booth. A voluneer would sort clothes and price items at a Thrift Store, ring the bells at Christmas kettles, stocking shelves ect. Funding Adult Rehabilitation Centers Suorces: Harbor Lights Who ever wants to help can do so. this program focuses on those who abuse drugs and treats them using group and individual counseling, education, training for independent living and meaningful employment, and helps them to control their anger and grief. Thank you and I hope you learned something about the Slavation Army. Helps homeless people to get and stay off drugs. The Salvation Army The logo is a red shield with white outline in the shield then white letters spelling "THE SALVATION ARMY" with a very little R in a circle outside of the shield. They operate in 126 countries around the world but mostly in Canada and the United States. Programs Their are many opportunities to volunteer at Thrift Stores,and Soup Kitchen all over the country (there are many more). Why Donate? Shows them the light of Christ and the good to come of it. The Salvation Army is a good orgnization to support because of the work they do to help the homeless. I hope to see your support soon( donate and/or volunteer to the Salvation Army). Charity Presentation: Salvation Army Income: The income to fund their services was $334 million and came from the following sources: This program provides people with the care to re-enter society and return to gainful employment. And Volunteering Conclusion
Transcript: Nashville Location on Music Row to reconcile former prisoners to society and society to former prisoners through the development of a supportive community. Minor updates and repairs to the house, primarily the residents rooms touch-up painting "to complete the renovations that are limiting the maximum occupancy and to update programming in order to deliver the most effective and efficient services to the residents' food products paper products laundry detergent toiletries gently used clothing & shoes for men towels and washclothes twin sheets, blankets & pillows kitchen utensils various furniture and accessories What Did I do? Meaning Behind the Name a spirit of open and participative decision making -Scott Pieper Executive Director of Nashville Dismas House Residents pay a “program fee” for their room and board, but this only covers about 20 to 25% of the cost of operating the home. Why Dismas House? MacKenzie Morales a family setting for students and former offenders Gave a personal donation through givingmatters.org What is Dismas House? replacing old ventilation registers Dismas =traditional name of the repentant thief at Calvary (Luke XXII, 39-43). Many former prisoners in today's world can also be seen as "Dismas" - punished, repentant, and deserving of forgiveness and a new beginning What about our $510? Bibliography "Dismas Nashville." Dismas Nashville. N.p., n.d. Web. 11 Dec. 2012. "Google." Google. N.p., n.d. Web. 11 Dec. 2012. <http://www.google.com/>. "Home." Home. N.p., n.d. Web. 11 Dec. 2012. <http://givingmatters.guidestar.org/>. How do they spend their money? Volunteered at Dismas House, by cooking and serving dinner with fellow Ryan students and shared a meal with the men Mission of Dismas House Why Donate? BRAIN Regularly Needed Items The remaining operating expenses are made up by donations from government and foundation grants and charitable giving by institutions and individuals. DISMAS HOUSE active volunteer from the broader community a community of former prisoners and college students, living in a transitional housing environment. Our $510 Continued. purchasing/installing blinds or curtains in rooms that residents have hung SHEETS in place of Est. 1974 Father Jack Hickey, O.P of the Vanderbilt University Prison Project and a group of VU students saw that many former prisoners had no place to go upon release and severely lacked employement opportunities. Financial Aid and in-kind donations are A BIG PART of what keeps Dismas House running patching holes in walls
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