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Year End Charitable Planning Tips in the Age of Tax Reform

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THE BIRMINGHAM ATHLETIC CLUB

4033 W. Maple Road

Bloomfield Hills, MI 48301

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ROBIN D. FERRIBY, JD

“Year End Charitable Planning Tips in the Age of Tax Reform”


Robin D. Ferriby is the Vice President, Philanthropic Services for the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan and two of its supporting organizations, the DMC Foundation and the Foundation for Detroit’s Future. The latter supporting organization manages the “Grand Bargain” arising from the City of Detroit’s exit from bankruptcy. Mr. Ferriby was a chair of the legal committee representing the foundations that funded the Grand Bargain during the mediation negotiations that resulted in this historic undertaking. In his role with the Community Foundation, Robin is responsible for all new gifts, donor stewardship, professional advisor relationships and education, new market and product development, philanthropic planning for individuals, families and businesses, and foundation relationships. He is actively involved in legislative and regulatory affairs both at a State and Federal level.

Robin supports other foundations in current and past roles. He is a director and secretary of the DMC Foundation, which provides grants benefitting health education, research and community benefit activities. He is the secretary and a board member of the Margaret Dunning Foundation and past president of the David W. Elliott Foundation. Since 2012 his appointment by Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette, Robin has served on the Michigan Nonprofit Council for Charitable Trusts that counsels the office of the attorney general on matters relating to charitable giving and organizations.

Robin is a Michigan lawyer who graduated from the University of Detroit School of Law and holds an undergraduate degree from Michigan State University. He is a Distinguished Scholar in Residence in the Center on Community Philanthropy at the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service for 2016-2017, and a 1993 fellow of the Michigan Political Leadership Program at Michigan State University.


PRESENTATION OUTCOMES:

  • Attendees will learn about the possible impacts of tax reform proposals on charitable giving.
  • Attendees will lean ideas for assisting their clients with year-end giving decisions.

FSP Detroit Chapter Member Cost: $20.00

Members may bring one prospective member as a guest

Non-Member Cost: $30.00 - Non-Members, please register by mail or fax

8:30 am Full Buffet Breakfast

8:45 am to 10:00 am Presentation Followed By Q&A


Please email, fax or mail reservations to:

FSP Detroit Chapter, 33006 W. Seven Mile Road, #237, Livonia, MI 48152

Phone: (313) 530-9223 - Fax: (248) 479-0350 – fspdetroit@associationoffice.org

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