Excellence In Generosity: Deciding Where to Give
Have you ever wished you had a strategy or a plan for where to give your charitable dollars that would ignite your passions and be fulfilling for you and your family?
Do you wonder if the organizations you are supporting are “best in class” and doing effective work?
Would you like to experience more joy in your giving and be able to say yes (or no) to a donation request with confidence?
If so, please join us for a luncheon discussion with Heather Tuninga, Philanthropic Advisor with 10|10 Strategies on Thursday, March 28, 2019. There is no cost to attend this event, but space is limited and advance registration is required.
For more information please contact Bob Mumford at (503) 969-4698 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Date:||Thursday, March 28, 2019|
|Time:||11:30 am to 1:30 pm|
|Location:||The Den at Well & Good|
7357 SW Beveland Street
Tigard, OR 97223
About our Speaker:
Heather Tuininga, Philanthropic Advisor, 10|10 Strategies
As Principal of 10|10 Strategies, Heather enjoys helping families, businesses, and organizations “move the needle” on issues they care about while experiencing the freedom and joy that comes from generosity.
For 20 years, Heather has been helping people and organizations flourish financially. Her roles have included philanthropic advisor to many families and businesses, executive director of a private family foundation, program officer at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and fiscal analyst for the Washington state legislature. A native of Washington state, Heather holds a masters degree in Public Policy from Duke University and a BA in Political Science and Economics from Central Washington University, where she was a Presidential Scholar.
Heather has been featured in magazines, podcasts, and on television for her expertise in philanthropy, and emphasis on generosity bringing joy to givers and recipients alike. In 2016, she was a featured guest author in a book called: The Eternity Portfolio: Illuminated. In 2017, she was named one of 425 Magazine’s Women to Watch. And in 2018, she was chosen as one of 12 extraordinary people profiled in the book: Which One Am I: Twelve Extraordinary People Like You.
Heather demonstrates her passion for good stewardship and generosity by providing volunteer financial coaching for families in need and speaking frequently on the joy of generosity. She serves as Seattle’s City Leader for Generous Giving, on the board of the Strategic Alliance to Fight Exploitation which is working to fight sex-trafficking, and on the board of the National Christian Foundation – Northwest.
Heather enjoys golf, hiking, camping, travel (especially to Africa), country music, and dinner parties under the stars with good wine and good friends.