May 19—With today’s coronavirus crisis, giving to charity is even more important than ever. In a time of such great need, how can you create a charitable giving strategy that reflects your values, helps those who need it most, and stretches your charitable dollars most effectively? National Director of Philanthropic Planning, Carol Kroch, shares how it may be overwhelming to know where to begin, and shares a three-pronged approach to charitable giving to help you achieve your goals.
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