Shelley Kendrick has been named Ecumen’s incoming President and CEO, effective Feb. 4. Currently Ecumen’s SVP of Operations and COO, Shelley succeeds Kathryn Roberts, who has led the organization since 2003. Kathryn will continue to serve as CEO Emeritus, leading Ecumen Philanthropy.
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A planned gift or bequest gives long-term support to Ecumen and can bring a variety of financial benefits to you and your family. Whether you’re thinking about a bequest, setting up a trust or other planned gifts, we can help.
Contact Helen Kyle, 651-766-4385 or HelenKyle@ecumen.org.
Why are planned gifts important to Ecumen?
- They are often substantial, even from persons of modest means.
- They represent financial resources our communities can look forward to in the future.
Why are planned gifts important to you, our donors?
- Planned Gifts often provide generous tax advantages to you.
- They are a means for you to make a substantial gift to the communities without reducing your income.
- Planned Gifts can maximize your assets and leave a larger impact than you might have imagined.