Let's Talk About It!
Grab a cup of coffee (or tea) and your favorite notebook to join me and special guest speakers for a conversation about money.
This year's theme is, "Releasing the Builder." What have you been called to build or create that will impact your family and community for the glory of God? Is it a more stable financial life, a business, or generational wealth? Join us as we discuss these topics and more.
Sessions will be held virtually on the following dates:
July 18, 2020- Releasing the Builder
August 15, 2020- Released from Debt
September 5, 2020- Released from Under-Earning
September 19, 2020- Released to Multiply
October 3, 2020- Released to Build Together
October 17, 2020- Released to Start or Expand a Business
October 31, 2020- Released for Homeownership
November 7, 2020- Released to Invest in Real Estate
November 21, 2020- Released to Invest
December 5, 2020- Released to Experience the Joy of Giving
December 19, 2020- Released to Protect Your Wealth Pt. 1
December 19,02020- Released to Protect Your Wealth Pt. 2
January 2, 2021- Released for Generational Wealth
Released to Give Through Philanthropy
You do not have to be rich to be a Philanthropist. If you are looking for ways to make a difference by investing your resources of time, money, skills, experience or talent, join us for this discussion. Stephanie Glenn, Vice President of Diversity and Engagement at the Community Foundation for a greater Richmond, will share her insights about philanthropy and highlights about her work with a groundbreaking research study on Black philanthropy in Richmond, VA.
As Vice President of Diversity and Engagement, Stephanie leads the development and implementation of diversity, equity and inclusion strategies across the organization. In this highly collaborative role, she provides counsel and support to the board and staff in areas such as recruiting, communication, engagement and business planning.
Stephanie also manages a relationship portfolio in the community to bring diverse audiences and perspectives into the work of the Foundation. She is the lead staff for the Foundation's affinity-driving giving programs and the Giving Black: Greater Richmond study. This initiative is designed to build an understanding of philanthropy in Black communities by spotlighting the contexts, conditions and capital investments needed to transform the cycle of philanthropy in Black communities. In her role, Stephanie oversees the study’s day-to-day operations, manages key partnerships and establishes a workflow cadence with the structure and direction needed for this groundbreaking analysis of Black philanthropy in our region.
HOST A MONEY CONVERSATION
For Your Family and Friends
Invite the special people in your life for a time to gather and discuss a financial topic of your choice. Each event will include a fun, money personality type card game, and a discussion around one of the following: Earning/Under-Earning, Credit and Debt Management, Saving, Giving, and Protecting Your Assets. You can choose to host all 5 sessions too! The choice is up to you!
Here's What You'll Need to Do in 3 Easy Steps:
1. Contact Salathia to book a date, time and event topic. *Cost per event and includes materials.
2. Decide on the location. This is your party, so make it as simple or lavish as you like. You may want to host an event in your home, restaurant, library, or other public/private space.
3. Invite your guests.
Money Personality Type card game included with event topic of your choice.
1. Earning and Under-Earning
2. Credit and Debt Management
4. Giving (Philanthropy)
5. Asset Protection
Plan for 3 hours. This gives you and your guests time to grab a snack, get settled, play the card game, and participate in a facilitated discussion around the topic of your choice. If you plan to host future sessions with the same group of people, 2 hours is all the time you'll need because we will not have to play the card game.
Your guests can expect to leave with tips, tools, strategies, and resources to help them achieve their financial goals based upon their values.