Why Ask Why: Adding Value and Values to Your Client Relationships

February 25, 2001  •  8am – 9:15am. •  Jay Weisman, CAP®, Founder of Legacy Philanthropy Group

Liora Lew

With Jay Weisman, CAP®, Founder of Legacy Philanthropy Group

Most advisors excel at helping their clients accumulate and protect their wealth with long term financial goals in mind. However, the majority of advisors stop short when it comes to helping their clients discover the meaning of the wealth they are accumulating.

By blending financial and values-based planning, an advisor can build multi-generational relationships and help their clients align their financial plans with their personal values and their desire to make a difference.

This session provides an overview of the perception gaps that often exist between advisors and their clients when it comes to discussing charitable giving and philanthropy. Participants will gain a fresh perspective on wealth, philanthropy and legacy while exploring the substantial benefit they can add in helping their clients implement planning strategies that are based on purpose-driven goals. Advisors will learn techniques and best practices for leveraging the philanthropic conversation to make a profound and lasting impact on their practices, their clients and families, and their communities.

Questions? Contact Liana Garcia.

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Let’s Start a Conversation

The Jewish Foundation can help you explore charitable opportunities that work for you. 

The Jewish Foundation is a trusted and expert resource for charitable gift planning and endowments and serves as a partner and resource for synagogues, local Jewish agencies, professional advisors and donors.

When you make a current gift or leave a bequest to the Jewish Foundation of Greater New Haven, you not only benefit our community, but you can also support the causes that are important to you.  You can designate that your gift be used to provide unrestricted funds to help meet community needs now and in the future or to endow a permanent fund to aid identified programs, your synagogue, agencies, organizations, or initiatives (Jewish or not Jewish, in Greater New Haven, Israel or beyond) that are of particular interest to you and your family.

Lisa Stanger, Esq., Executive Director
Tiberius Halai, Grants and Gift Manager
Beth Kupcho, Scholarship and Philanthropy Manager
Stephanie Licsak, Controller
Sarah Domena, Marketing and Communications Director
Tamara Schechter, Create a Jewish Legacy Manager

Jewish Foundation of Greater New Haven
360 Amity Road
Woodbridge, CT 06525
203-387-2424, ext. 382
203-387-1818 (fax)

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