Why Donors Establish Charitable Gift Annuities
In this episode of West Michigan Philanthropy, Miller Johnson Attorney John T. McFarland welcomes Mark Tremaine, Cornerstone University Regional Stewardship Manager, to discuss why charitable gift annuities are popular with donors age 55 and older.
About Our Guests:
Mark Tremaine serves Cornerstone University as the Regional Stewardship Manager, fostering relationships with past, present and future donors who share the vision of Christian Higher Education at Cornerstone University. A native of Overland Park, Kan., Mark received his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Management from Emporia State University. Then received his Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership at Cornerstone.
Mark is a rabid Kansas City Chiefs and Royals fan. He and his wife Leah of 33 years have three adult children and two more by marriage. He also enjoys the outdoors via hiking, biking, hunting, fishing, and golfing.
About the Webinar Series:
Join the Miller Johnson Private Client Attorney John McFarland on the Fourth Thursday of the month for a free webinar series. In a half hour, John and special guests will discuss various philanthropy topics.