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.
Check out this edition of the bi-weekly affiliated fund e-newsletter.
Notices and Reminders
Updated Transfer of Wealth Study Release set for November 2
News Conference Available Live Online
In 2002, NCF produced the first county-by-county analysis of the intergenerational Transfer of Wealth currently happening in our nation. Since then, the Transfer of Wealth has been a powerful tool in helping affiliated funds secure planned gifts and build endowments.
That study has now been updated with new Census data and improved methodology. The results show that the Transfer of Wealth is an even greater opportunity than previously estimated.
On Wednesday, November 2, 2011 at 2 p.m. CT, NCF will hold a news conference to discuss key findings of its 2011 Transfer of Wealth Study. The Study provides estimates of the amount of wealth that will pass from one generation to the next and timing of estate transfer over the next 50 years. The Study provides analysis on a statewide, regional and county level. You can watch the news conference live online here: http://netnebraska.org/television/stream/boardroom4.html
If you are in the Lincoln area, you can attend the news conference at Nebraska Educational Telecommunications (NET) Building, 1800 North 33rd Street (Just north of 33rd & Holdrege), in Lincoln. The news conference will be held in the Boardroom.
Updated County TOW Sheets Available
You can download information sheets with updated information for each county from the NCF website. The drop down menu at the bottom of the page allows you to select a county.
Additional information, graphics, charts and audio/video clips are available in a special News Room section of the NCF website.
The updated information will also be featured during the morning plenary session of NCF’s Annual Affiliated Fund Training on Thursday, November 10.
The information on this page was sent as an e-mail message to NCF affiliated fund leaders on November 1, 2011.
A life-long interest in Bloomfield’s early history and county fair activities led a former Bloomfield-area resident, the late Robert Harm of Richardson, Texas, to make generous gifts to the Bloomfield Community Historical Society and to construct the Harm and Tulleys Agriculture Center, a multi-purpose agriculture center at the Knox County Fairgrounds. His donations continued a long history of giving by Harm’s family to the Knox County community.Read more →