For Immediate Release: August 13, 2019
Contacts: Louisa Moats, WRWF Education Committee Chair, WRWF Board, 208.720.9096; or Lynne MacKenzie, WRWF Marketing Committee, 707.529.7342
Wood River Women’s Foundation Offers Unique Learning Forum
SUN VALLEY, IDAHO – Elevating and improving philanthropic impact is key to The Wood River Women’s Foundation’s (WRWF) mission; the WRWF Education Committee offers multiple learning opportunities for their members throughout the year. On August 21, the Foundation is offering a unique learning opportunity by presenting a panel of local women influencers and invites the Wood River Valley Community to join them.
The Forum, “Charitable Giving for Maximum Benefit: Why, How and in What Way” is a group of top-tier professional women who will discuss charitable giving opportunities and impacts. Audience members will have the opportunity to learn about ideas to support non-profits in the Wood River Valley community in an open, free-ranging discussion. Topics and questions will range from tax laws, financial strategies, and how to assess the impact of giving. Panelists include Suzanne Hazlett, Financial Advisor, Sandra Clapp, Estate and Trust Attorney, Cate Cox, Marriage and Family Therapist, and Terri Bullock, WRWF President.
“The collective expertise of these women offers a unique opportunity to improve philanthropic efforts throughout the Valley,” said Louisa Moats, WRWF Education Committee Chair, “This Forum will help identify the financial and legal strategies available, as well as the personal and psychological benefits of charitable giving.”
The August 21st event will be from 5:30-7:30 pm at the Community Library Lecture Hall in Ketchum, Idaho. The event is free and no reservations are required. For more information contact the WRWF office at (208)309-2530 or online at www.woodriverwomensfoundation.org.
The Wood River Women’s Foundation’s mission is to inspire and educate women to become leaders in philanthropy. We encourage and create significant positive change in our community through pooled grant-making. Founded in 2005, the foundation has grown from 27 founders to over 350 members today, with each member contributing $1,000 annually. New members are always welcome to join.
Wood River Women’s Foundation
P.O. Box 3686, Ketchum, ID 83340