Your gift to the Next Door Endowment Fund is so appreciated!
For more information about making a gift to the endowment now or to discuss other gift options, please contact Mary Conlon, Major Gifts Coordinator, at 414-562-2929, ext 113 or via email. When considering a gift, you should consult with your legal, tax and financial advisors.
Gifts can be made to grow the Next Door Endowment now in a variety of ways, such as:
Contribution by check.
Transfer publicly-traded securities.
Transfer ownership of a life insurance policy.
Gifts can be made to grow the Next Door Endowment in the future:
Include a bequest in a will or trust.
Include a gift through a primary or contingent beneficiary designation on a retirement account such as an IRA, 401(k), 403(b) or SEP account.
Include a gift through a primary or contingent beneficiary designation on a life insurance policy.
Thank you for your support of Next Door's mission.
Members of the Endowment Committee are working to solidify the future of Next Door. They gathered with staff and children on October 9, 2013 at Next Door. From left: Angela Lampkin, Tom Arenberg, Laurie Oryall, Bary Morgan, Doris Heiser, Kay Austermann, David Romoser, Katherine Lambert, Hans Kirkegaard, Noleta Jansen, Bob Ferriday and Jennifer Verbrigghe. Educare teacher, Christina Mack, with children.
Next Door's Board of Directors established an Endowment Fund with a long-range goal to support and assist the organization through supplemental funding of programs, services and activities. Currently, Next Door has two endowment fund accounts: 1) the Suzanne and Richard Pieper Family Fund, and 2) the Next Door Endowment Fund. The Pieper Fund was established in 2003 through a challenge grant from Richard and Suzanne Pieper and gifts from 120 friends of Next Door. Key donors to the Next Door Fund were Fred and Joan Brengel and Virginia John.
The Endowment Fund account is separate from general Next Door operating funds and is governed by the Endowment Fund Committee. The Endowment Fund Committee makes investment, distribution and other decisions for the Endowment Fund in accordance with Next Door Foundation’s Board of Directors.
Next Door also benefits from the “Hope H. Anderson Fund for Next Door at the Greater Milwaukee Foundation,” (not owned by Next Door)