Professional Advisors

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Professional Advisor Lunch

2017 Luncheon

Our professional advisors again delivered $12,500 to our Administrative Endowment Fund at our annual hamburger luncheon.

This event, over its eleven year history, has delivered over $222,000 to this fund.

BRCF Advisors attended a luncheon on May 9, 2018 at the Camrose Heritage Railway Station and Park to raise funds for the Administration Endowment Fund. Back from from left to right, Scott Farnham of Farnham West Stolee Kambeitz, Jon Stole of Farnham West Stolee Kambeitz, Doug Teen of Investors Group, Corey Kudrowich of Investors Group, Grant Nahirniak of Investors Group, Josh Mohr of Knaut Johnson Francoeur, Scott Garnett of Harberg Wood Garnett Radchenko, David Sheets of Vision Credit Union, Dean Inman of Kroeger Joyce, James Mayer of Central Agencies, Steve Kambeitz of Farnahm West Stolee Kambeitz, Dan Cunningham of The Co-operators Camrose Insurance Service, Wayne Throndson of Fielding and Company, Luke Kelemen of The Co-operators Camrose Insurance Services, Greg Joyce of Kroeger Joyce and Darren Daniels of Central Agencies. Font row from left, Norm Mayer of Central Agencies, Catherine Jones of Vision Credit Union, Cindy Cook of RBC Investments, Beth Kushnerick of Gant Thorton, Ashley Radchenko of Harberg Wood Garnett Radchenko and Martin West of Farnham West Stolee Kambietz. Unable to attend – Dave Chamberlain of Sun Life, Janice Zimmerman of H&R Block, Debbie Orcheski of Orcheski Wealth Advisory Group-BMO Nesbitt Burns, Brandon Kroeger of Kroeger Joyce, Steph Jacobsen of Jacobsen Financial and Linda Norman of Linda Norman Professional Corporation.

Professional Advisors – Overview

At the Battle River Community Foundation we understand the vital role professional advisors play in identifying creative solutions to help clients realize philanthropic goals while maximizing tax benefits.
The Community Foundation offers a degree of flexibility that sets it apart from other charitable organizations. Plus, we have a long history of working with advisors to create customized charitable gift plans that meet the needs of the community, and realize their clients’ charitable wishes.
Whether clients wish to make a gift now or later, by partnering with the Community Foundation, benefits may include:

  • Reduced taxes

  • Increased inheritance to heirs,

  • A legacy in community

  • Passing along the value of philanthropy to future generations

Are you and your client interested in learning more about the Foundation? Download our Giving Back publication.



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