Free Charitable Giving Advice for Groups & Individuals, Dec. 26 & 27, by Philanthropy Advisor

Strategic Giving Advisor Richard Bray will give free year-end Charitable Giving Advice Dec. 26 & 27
Strategic Giving Advisor Richard Bray will give free year-end Charitable Giving Advice Dec. 26 & 27

Richard Bray of Strategic Giving Advisor www.StrategicGivingAdvisor.com invites individuals, businesses and charities to call for free year-end charitable giving advice to maximize charitable deductions, help the community, and to feel great.  

Bray will field calls at 206-898-7036 on Dec. 26 –  9 am to noon PST & Dec. 27 – 1 pm to 4 pm PST.                     

Here are some examples of the kind of questions you might ask:

INDIVIDUAL: How can I find a charity that fits my goals? What could I give to maximize my year-end deductions?

NON-PROFIT: How can my charity increase funds given before the end of the year?

BUSINESS: What are some ways that my business can make an impact with its charitable giving?

If you are unable to each him during the call-in times, a current blog post on the website has ten year-end charitable giving tips. 

Richard Bray is founder of Strategic Giving Advisor www.StrategicGivingAdvisor.com. The Seattle-area company helps individuals and businesses become more strategic in their giving through philanthropy planning that emphasizes maximum results, tax savings and fostering values. In addition, they also coach non-profits on how to increase fundraising effectiveness.

Bray has fostered generosity for international, national, regional and local causes for over 20 years. Numerous people and groups have been assisted with strategic charitable giving and philanthropy. He is a member of both the Seattle Philanthropic Advisors Network and the Association for Fundraising Professionals.

Brays offers the free year-end charitable giving advice as one way he can give back at the end of the year. "My vision is that everyone in our world becomes a strategic giver and achieves purposeful and joyful results with their philanthropy," he says.


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