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The Legacy Conversation - Shared screen with speaker view
Rebecca Ellison
48:32
family, tradition
Dan Frankel
48:47
Responsibility, tradition
seth
48:52
I feel a connection to my community since I gree up here.
Sue Weinstein (she/her) Little Rock, AR Agudath Achim
48:58
Belonging, obligation, responsibility
Sarah Bloom, Jacksonville Jewish Center
49:04
tradition, responsibility
Marty Cooper
49:24
Tikkum Olam
Marty Cooper
51:27
They are not asked to do so.
Dan Frankel
51:34
Because they don't have the money, feel it should be left to their own family, they aren't asked.
Dan Frankel
51:54
10%
Dan Frankel
01:02:05
Thank you.
Kim Heyman
01:06:12
Will you share the slide presentation after the webinar?
Barry Mael (he/him) USCJ
01:06:40
yes we will
Kim Heyman
01:06:57
Thank you.
Marty Cooper
01:14:31
Too busy to deal with it now.
Dan Frankel
01:26:14
Is the legacy commitment a contractual obligation? Things change. Years from now feelings change...sometimes positive and sometimes negative. The commitment now may or may-not be more desirable or less desirable then made years earlier. Also, Gathering commitments should eventually result in being able to forecast how large our endowment fund will be each year. I like the idea of asking for a percentage of xyz, but don't we need to know how large the donation will be in order to forecast the endowment fund?
Dan Frankel
01:36:41
Thanks, again.
Idy Lanier
01:45:27
So sorry I need to leave. This is beyond informative and helpful. Thank you!
Sue Weinstein (she/her) Little Rock, AR Agudath Achim
01:46:30
Thank you. I need to leave as well.
Barbara Rosenau
01:58:36
Excellent informative webinar. Thank you so much.