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Professional Advisory Group


The Jewish Foundation of Greater Dayton is excited to announce the Professional Advisory Group. This group allows area professional advisors the opportunity to collaborate with the Jewish Foundation to help our community members make informed decisions about charitable giving.

Members

Jonas J. Gruenberg, Esq.
Coolidge Wall
937-449-5555
gruenberg@coollaw.com

Ralph E. Heyman, Esq.
Dinsmore (Of Counsel)
937-449-2820
Ralph.heyman@dinsmore.com

Richard Kaplan, Esq.
Richard L Kaplan, Attorney at Law
937-434-2249
kaplaw@sbc.global.net

Edward M. Kress, Esq.
Dinsmore
937-449-2830
Edward.kress@dinsmore.com

Jeremy W. Payton
Edward Jones
937-748-4394
jeremy.w.payton@edwardjones.com

Donald Weckstein, Esq.
Stephan & Stephan Law Group, LLC (Of counsel)
937-372-4404

Who can participate?

  1. Estate Attorneys
  2. Financial Advisors
  3. Certified Public Accountants

*Note-must be in good standing with your professional organization to qualify

Benefits for Jewish Foundation of Greater Dayton

  1. Professionals will inquire as to whether their clients have considered making gifts to Jewish charitable organizations during their estate planning process
  2. Professionals will call upon the Jewish Foundation to work with them on the planning process when the client indicates interest

Benefits for the Advisors

  1. Business listed on jewishdayton.org (Professional Advisory Group tab)
  2. Business listed in Annual Report
  3. Business listed in Jewish Foundation publications and newsletters
  4. Opportunity to serve as featured speaker at Federation or Foundation programs

Professional Advisory Group Registration Form

By joining the Jewish Foundation of Greater Dayton’s Professional Advisory Group, I agree to:

  • Inquire as to whether my Jewish clients have considered making gifts to Jewish charitable
    organizations, synagogues, temples, or schools during the planning process;
  • Discuss with them the tax benefits of charitable giving and
  • Call upon the Jewish Foundation to work with me and my Jewish clients who have indicated
    an interest in including philanthropy in their financial and estate planning.
  • I affirm I am in good standing within my profession’s oversight organization.

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