Learn how donors are using unique non-cash assets to support their favorite charities in tax efficient ways

About this event

Join us on Friday February 11 and hear how different types of assets can help your donors and clients maximize giving and make a bigger difference for the organizations, causes and communities they care about most.

Donating complex assets may be more tax efficient than contributing cash or stocks. We will learn from an expert who understands the ins and outs of complex assets and works with donors to maximize their giving. The presentation will cover popular “complex” assets that can be donated to charity and some key issues that donors and charities should be aware of in handling those gifts.

7:45 AM – Social Time

7:55 AM – Announcements

8:05 – 9:00 AM – Program

Our Presenter: Corey Ziegler, J.D.

Corey Ziegler is General Counsel for the Greater Kansas City Community Foundation where she manages the legal duties and responsibilities, facilitating complex development and business transactions. Corey supports strategic efforts to build and strengthen relationships with the professional advisor community of attorneys, accountants and financial advisors, and she works directly with donors, helping them maximize and organize their giving.

Corey earned her undergraduate degrees in business administration and psychology and her law degree from the University of Kansas. Corey has been a part of the GKCCF organization since 2005. Prior to joining the Community Foundation, Corey was an estate planning attorney for seven years with Blackwell Sanders Peper Martin LLP (now Husch Blackwell).