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Published February 23, 2022

Legacy Giving Virtual Workshops

Leaving Audubon in your will is for the birds! Learn how charitable bequests benefit you and nature at an upcoming FREE Audubon Legacy Giving Virtual Workshop.

Bequests to Audubon can be:

  • Simple
  • Flexible
  • Versatile
  • A Way to Provide Tax Relief
  • A Significant Contribution to Protecting Rhode Island’s Future

These one-hour virtual workshops will be led by Carol Golden, founder of Golden Philanthropy Advisors and trusted advisor at the Rhode Island Foundation for over 28 years.

Four Dates to Choose From:
Thursday, March 3, 2022; 7:00 pm
Tuesday, March 22, 2022; 1:00 pm
Monday, April 4, 2022; 7:00 pm
Wednesday, May 4, 2022; 1:00 pm

RSVP

Please reserve your place by filling out the form below or by contacting Audubon Senior Director of Advancement Jeffrey Hall at jhall@asri.org or 401-949-5454 ext 3017.

A virtual link will be provided to all registered guests. For your privacy, these workshops will be held in webinar format.

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Feel free to ask any questions about planned giving here and we will share them in advance with presenter Carol Golden!

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