As a charitable-minded person, there are steps you can take now to help you continue to support the causes you care about and retire with confidence.
Between now and the end of the year, you’re striving to give generously to the charities, ministries and people who matter to you. As you think about the ways that your giving can make a difference, don’t forget the impact of an estate gift.
The Community for All Ages Coalition held its final meeting on November 14, 2019. Launched in 2011, the Coalition has accomplished some amazing things in the past eight years.
With Giving Tuesday and the year-end approaching, a Donor Advised Fund can help you maximize your 2019 gifts to charity while saving you time and taxes.
If you’re 70 ½ years of age or older, time is running out to satisfy your IRA Required Minimum Distribution (RMD). Truman Heartland can help you fulfill your RMD and support the causes you care about.
Foundation Offers Scholarships - The Richmond News [October 31, 2019]
Meyers family recognized for years of involvement in Blue Springs - The Examiner [October 2, 2019]
Brad Welle helps make Grain Valley a better place to live - The Examiner [September 17, 2019]
Lake Tapawingo resident honored for variety of efforts - The Examiner [September 19, 2019]
Independence honors Kathy and Randy Vest for years of service - The Examiner [September 11, 2019]
Dr. Welle Recognized as Citizen of the Year - Valley News [August 8, 2019]
The Truman Heartland Community Foundation awarded more than $319,000 in scholarships - Lee's Summit Journal [July 6, 2019]
Truman Heartland To Recognize Exceptional Philanthropic Work - Lee's Summit Tribune [June 29, 2019]
Truman Heartland Announces Philanthropic Honorees - Valley News [June 27, 2019]
Teens Collected 40,000 Items In Eight Hours For Area Hungry - Lee's Summit Tribune [April 13, 2019]
Student to Fill Trucks for Those in Need - Valley News [April 4, 2019]
New Voices On Truman Heartland Community Foundation Board In 2019 - Lee's Summit Tribune [February 2, 2019]
Ways to Give Through Truman Heartland Community Foundation
Amy Brost is here to help, email or call 816-912-4190.
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