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Tuesday, July 17 | 10:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Clarion Hotel and Conference Center 2480 Jonathan Moore Pike, Columbus, IN (Formerly the Holiday Inn)
This workshop provided quality information to elected officials, community foundation leaders, economic development leaders, agricultural community leaders and financial planners. Sessions were designed to help create partnership opportunities and offer ideas to encourage clients, families and residents to give back and invest in their rural communities.
Thank you for joining us!
Morning Breakout Sessions
***Attendees may choose from the following
Using Data to Identify Potential Donors
Carol Lukemeyer, MALS, CFRE, Presentation
Principal at Data Sense, LLC
Capturing Wealth: how can community foundations better answer the question: ‘Why should I give?’ to reach wealth holders
Pamela Jones Davison, J.D., Consultant and Charitable Gift Planner
Davidson Gift Designs, Handout on Real Estate Gift Options
Afternoon General Session
Ball State's Community Asset and Inventory Rankings
Economic Development 101: learning the language of economic development and community foundations
Dick Heupel, Director, Presentation
Ball State Building Better Communities
Jacob Sipe, Director of Real Estate Community Programs
Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority, Presentation
Judy Johnson, Executive Director, Washington County Community Foundation Presentation
The Wabash Model: an example of banks, foundations and communities working together
Bill Konyha, CEO and President, Presentation
Wabash County Economic Development Corporation
Ron Kerby, Executive Vice-President and Chief Operating Officer
Crossroad Bank in Wabash
Office of Community and Rural Affairs, Indiana State Department of Agriculture, Indiana Farm Bureau, Indiana State University and the Rural Roundtable.
If you have further questions or need further assistance, contact Megan Zarazee, Executive Assistant to David Terrell for the Office of Community and Rural Affairs at mzarazee@ocra.IN.gov.