On Wednesday, May 23, the Cleveland Foundation partnered with the Akron Community Foundation and the Stark Community Foundation to host Conrad Teitell for a continuing education seminar and luncheon with a focus on savvy charitable gift planning under the new tax law. Mr. Teitell, an expert in the law of charitable giving, is a Principal in the Cummings & Lockwood’s Private Clients Group based out of Stamford, Connecticut. To learn more about Mr. Teitell’s work related to the new tax law click here.
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December 11, 2018 by Cleveland Foundation
It’s no secret that Greater Clevelanders are known for their generosity and hometown pride. Groups like the Cleveland Club of Washington, D.C. – an association Washington D.C. residents who share a keen interest in Cleveland – embody this spirit in their efforts to give back and maintain ties to Northeast Ohio. Earlier this year, we […]Read More
February 26, 2019 by Cleveland Foundation
This interview was originally published in our winter 2019 issue of Gift of Giving magazine. JoAnn and Bob Glick are on a philanthropic mission: By giving to humanitarian causes close to home, they believe they can support the most vulnerable in our community and simultaneously underscore the need to bring large-scale philanthropic dollars to the core city. […]Read More
June 13, 2018 by Cleveland Foundation
There’s a common thread that links the stories told about Frank Jason Feola, Ph.D. Frank’s father, Frank Sr., tells a story from Frank’s high school days. A talented artist, Frank had the opportunity to tour Europe with Mentor’s Top 25 Show Choir. When a classmate fell seriously ill on the trip, Frank went out of […]Read More