Keith Thomson recently spoke at a CAFE conference in Vancouver on Utilizing Philanthropy to Strengthen Family Values and Engage Present & Future Generations.”
Online PR News – 10-June-2014 – Keith Thomson, a philanthropic specialist in Toronto and author of “What Was Your Great Grandmothers Name? 50 Thoughts On How Canadian Philanthropy Can Transform You, Your Family And Your Community“. He recently spoke at a CAFE conference in Vancouver on “Utilizing Philanthropy to Strengthen Family Values and Engage Present & Future Generations.”
As a philanthropic and financial advisor, Keith Thomson is well aware that families of wealth strive for harmony, unity and healthy relationships across generations. His session revealed valuable insights on how to plan your legacy and initiate deeper conversations around values and what matters to individual family members using philanthropy as a catalyst.
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Keith Thomson believes that the simple act of discussing the theory and practice of philanthropy strengthens family and individual values, deepens thinking and facilitates unique communication dynamics. He has built his practice on the idea of harmonizing an individuals wealth with their philanthropic initiatives. The families he works with have a well-balanced approach to achieve their goals.
For further details, call (416) 681-7152, go to Philanthropy Matters or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Keith Thomson: Keith Thomson, who is based in Toronto, is an internationally recognized financial educator, author and consultant, specializing in estate and charitable tax planning.