This summer, FGC is facilitating a series of webinars on financial planning for Friends led by Everence (a faith-based financial services organization). The webinars are free and suitable for all ages and income levels.
Gifts that Give Now. Give Back. Give Later. Wednesday, July 15 2 pm ET | 11 am PT | 12 pm MT
Generosity is an integral part of spiritual life and an important way to do good in the world. You'll learn how to strategically approach giving, create tax advantages, and strengthen your charitable impact.
Meeting Support: Encouraging Generosity and Giving Wednesday, August 26 7 pm ET | 4 pm PT | 5 pm MT
Help your meeting develop financial resources needed to carry out the work of Spirit in your community and beyond. You'll learn best practices in sustaining generous and committed partnerships for your meeting's shared work and witness.
All the webinars will run for 90-minutes including question and answer time. Registration is open now, and you may sign up for any or all on one form.
Dennis LeFevre, CFP®, is a Certified Financial Planner™ and serves as an Everence Financial Consultant, helping individuals and groups integrate their finances with faith values through insurance and financial services. Dennis is licensed with ProEquities and Everence Trust Company to help clients with fee-based or commission-based investment advice.
Dennis serves clients in Colorado, Kansas and 29 other states.
Colin Saxton serves an Everence® Stewardship Consultant helping individuals, congregations and non-profits integrate faith and finance through stewardship services and financial resources. With a passion for thriving communities of faith, Colin also serves as an instructor for Creating Generous Congregations partnership with the Lake Institute on Faith and Giving. He acts as a liaison to the Friends/Quaker world and seeks to deepen connections, encourage generosity and facilitate a vision of holistic stewardship with other partners in the Pacific Northwest.
Colin and his wife Janine live in Newberg, Oregon, and are the parents of four grown children. Prior to coming to Everence, Colin was a Quaker pastor, superintendent of Northwest Yearly Meeting of Friends and General Secretary of Friends United Meeting, an international fellowship of Quakers.
Registration is limited. A participation link for the webinar will be emailed to you a few days in advance of the event.