Resources & Services for Professional Advisors

Resources & Foundation Services for Professional Advisors

Consultation services

Our professional staff can work with you and your clients to determine the giving plan that best meets their personal, financial and charitable giving goals.

Special seminars

We offer periodic seminars by experts in the areas of tax, estate and charitable gift planning to help you serve your clients. Specially designed for attorneys, financial planners, accountants and other professional advisors, these presentations are a chance to learn more and network with colleagues.

Onsite presentations to firms

We will gladly send Foundation representatives to present to you, your department or firm.

Planned giving services and forms

We are available for confidential consultations to review planned giving options; discuss benefits; provide sample agreements and suggested will language; and handle all the necessary forms and calculations for making a planned gift.

News and resources

We publish an electronic newsletter specifically designed for professional advisors with articles written by national experts and local colleagues. Subscribe to the newsletter and see past articles. You may also wish to visit www.giveGreater.org®, created by The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven in 2010 to help donors find, learn about and give to local nonprofits and the Understanding Our Region section of The Community Foundation's website for information about our local community categorized in eight interest areas.

Our Community of Philanthropists

Join the many people who have been inspired to give generously to the causes and organizations that inspire them. 

 

 

Honoring a Legacy of Learning

Susan Whetstone, Foundation donor and former Board chair, set up The Bishop Family Fund in 2005 in honor of her father, Morris Norvell Bishop, whose life-long love of learning inspired her and her four siblings to want to give back. Read More »

Turning Tragedy Into Triumph

Alfredo Axtmayer’s world changed in 2008 after learning he had Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Shortly after being declared in remission, he established the Axtmayer Cancer Fund and continues to raise awareness of his disease and funding for research to help others. Read More »

New Haven Teacher Gives Back

Mary Lowery spent 35 years as an educator. The Lowery Family Fund, which she established in honor of her parents, will support the New Haven Scholarship Fund, an all-volunteer organization that provides college scholarships for New Haven students. Read More »

How can we help?

Dotty Weston-Murphy

Interim Sr. Vice President, Development and Donor Services 203-777-7081 Email

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New Haven, CT 06510
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