This month, Chair of the Jacobs Center for Neighborhood Innovation Valerie Jacobs, MA, MFT, and I were invited by wsRadio.com and RJ Kelly, Founder and Chief Visionary Officer of the Wealth Legacy Family of Companies, to participate in an interview about leaving a lasting legacy through philanthropy.
During the interview, we discussed:
- End-of-year giving vs. intentional giving
- Common misperceptions about philanthropy and giving
- The reality of philanthropy to make a lasting difference in families and the lives of others
- Choosing who you want to give to
- Community needs in the San Diego region moving forward
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As you’re finalizing your 2015 giving plans, listen to our radio interview below for some helpful charitable giving advice as the year winds down. And don’t forget to review our year-end giving deadlines listed below for donors of The San Diego Foundation.
2015 Year-End Charitable Giving & Grantmaking Deadlines:
- Grant recommendations must be received by December 23, 2015 at noon
- Stock donations must arrive in The Foundation’s brokerage account by December 24, 2015 at 5:00 p.m.
- Credit card donations must be processed by us by December 31, 2015 at noon
- Cash donations must be hand-delivered to The Foundation by December 31, 2015 at 5:00 p.m.
- Check donations must be postmarked by December 31, 2015
Become a Donor
There’s still time to join forces with your fellow San Diegans who are getting involved to improve our region, our cities and our neighborhoods this year. Open a fund today with The San Diego Foundation.
About Adrienne Vargas
For more than 25 years, hundreds of donors have relied on Chief Giving Officer Adrienne Vargas to help plan and implement their charitable giving now and/or in their estate plans. At The San Diego Foundation, she leads a team of advisors who are increasing philanthropy throughout the region. Through this work, Adrienne has developed valuable donor experience and deep knowledge of the nonprofit sector in San Diego County.