The Nebraska Community Foundation works with community, organizational and donor-advised affiliated funds serving 250 communities located in 80 counties. NCF and its affiliated funds have reinvested $269 million in Nebraska since 1994.
Transfer of Wealth News Conference November 2, 2011
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Nebraska Transfer of Wealth Study 1:03
NCF President and CEO Jeff Yost announces Transfer of Wealth study findings and explains how wealth transfer can benefit communities.
Nebraska Transfer of Wealth Study 00:34
NCF President and CEO Jeff Yost announces Transfer of Wealth study findings and the impact on rural communities.
Nebraska Transfer of Wealth Study 1:21
NCF President and CEO Jeff Yost announces Transfer of Wealth findings and explains how NCF helps community leaders to harness wealth transfer to build endowments that will enhance their communities.
Nebraska Transfer of Wealth Study 1:20
NCF President and CEO Jeff Yost explains the magnitude of the transfer of wealth in Nebraska, the tremendous opportunity for charitable giving, and the way that philanthropy is creating hope and belief in the future of communities across the state.
Nebraska Transfer of Wealth Study 3:01
NCF President and CEO Jeff Yost explains the critical impact that the intergenerational transfer of wealth is having on rural communities, and the opportunity for rural communities harness a portion of this wealth through charitable giving for community reinvestment.
Transfer of Wealth Technical Report
The late Doris Miller was born in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia and grew up during the Depression. She moved to Stuart with her father and has adopted Stuart as her hometown. She enjoyed the quality of life offered in Stuart, from the peace of mind provided by the volunteer fire fighters, to the enjoyment of visits to the local White Horse Museum, to the quality of care residents receive at the Parkside Manor in Stuart.Read more →