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CFWNC works with professional advisors, like Brevard attorney Michael K. Pratt, to help clients meet their charitable goals.
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The Ramble Charitable Fund is supporting an Arts & Wellness program for area veterans.
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Nonprofit fundholder SAHC works with CFWNC to preserve land and clean water for future generations.

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Thomas J. Pauloski, a Director in the Wealth Management Group of Bernstein Global Wealth Management, is the featured speaker for the 27th Annual Professional Seminar taking place at the Lioncrest on Biltmore on May 3.  Attorneys, accountants, financial planners, insurance and fundraising professionals are invited to attend to hear “Trumping Uncertainty: Integrating Investment, Estate, Charitable and Insurance Planning.” Using case studies, Mr. Pauloski will focus on financial aspects and modeling and the relationship between investment, estate, charitable, and insurance planning. Registration is open for $110 per person ($120 after April 27). Three hours continuing education credit is available.   Learn more.


The Richard Sales Memorial Scholarship has been established to honor the life of Chief Richard Lee Sales, father, firefighter and beloved community member. Chief Sales served the Reynolds Fire Department for 31 years, and succeeded his dad Bud as Chief in 2008. Richard was a remarkable man with a heart for service and a deep sense of community. He loved to help people and was willing to drop whatever he was doing to help his neighbors, friends and family. He will always be remembered for his wisdom, integrity, courage and good humor. Contributions may be made to CFWNC (note Sales Fund in the memo line) or donate online now.

“Thank you for supporting The Cindy Platt Boys & Girls Club of Transylvania County.  It is because of your help and generosity that we are able to continue to serve youth in our community who need us most.  Compassionate support truly makes a difference in the lives of hundreds of young people every day. We could not do it without you.” 

Tyree Griffin, Resource Development, The Cindy Platt Boys and Girls Club of Transylvania County

CFWNC has a 40-year track record of investing in Western North Carolina and an unmatched, in-depth understanding of the region's needs and opportunities. We provide financial management and easy administration for our fundholders.  You can be part of this legacy.

 

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