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Futures is The Dayton Foundation’s award-winning newsletter for estate planners and financial advisors.
Authored by respected professional legal and financial advisors in our community, each issue of Futures features a particular charitable giving vehicle, along with helpful case examples.
The following is a link to access the current issue of Futures in PDF format plus more information about the article’s author.
By Albert W. Leland, Principal, Leland Consulting, LLC
More About the Author of this Issue
Albert W. Leland is a Principal of Leland Consulting, LLC and has served on the boards of numerous local not-for-profit organizations. Included among these are The Art Center Foundation (Victoria Theatre Association), Carillon Park (Dayton History), The Dayton Art Institute, Engineering and Science Foundation, Engineers Club of Dayton Foundation, Mound Development Corp, Public Media Connect (CET/Think TV), Sinclair Community College Foundation and the Wright “B” Flyer, Inc.
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IN HIS WORDS
“Field-Of-Interest Funds are designed to keep dollars flowing to support an individual donor’s desired interest, even if the original nonprofit supported by the donor is no longer viable.” – Albert W. Leland, Principal, Leland Consulting, LLC