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GiveWisely Goes Virtual

September 1, 2020

CFT meets givers where they are

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Pictured: Melissa Hardage, Elizabeth Liser, Boski Sharma

We’ve seen firsthand that where giving thrives, communities thrive too. Our GiveWisely course is one of CFT’s most popular services that empowers you to discover (or rediscover) your core values and helps you think critically about how you give. It will help you develop your own personal approach to philanthropy, to propel your passions while doing good.

When is the last time you dedicated a few hours to thinking through or revisiting your charitable giving? When is the last time you carved out time to plan your family or business legacy? CFT is here to help.

In the midst of COVID-19, our giving experts at CFT are offering special virtual sessions of our popular GiveWisely course. Attendees will leave GiveWisely sessions with a clearer idea of what you want to support, how to do so, and when to say yes and no, based on whether opportunities align with your passions, values, and focus. Attendees will also craft personal giving statements and charitable giving budgets based on the course exercises and conversations.


You can now take our popular GiveWisely course virtually! Contact our team to learn more and schedule a session at your convenience.

CFTexas.org/GiveWisely



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