Maine is officially the oldest state! (According to the Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service at the University of Virginia). And, Maine – with over 20% of its population over age 65 – is perhaps the first “Super-Aged” state in the U.S. (Florida, West Virginia, and Vermont are not far behind). CLICK HERE FOR AN ARTICLE ABOUT MAINE’S PROBLEMS
And, from an economic and social perspective, this is disastrous. Let alone that fact that the entire country may reach “Super-Aged” by 2030 (according to the latest from the U.S. Census bureau).
What does this have to do with Planned Giving? How about Super-Aged databases of donors? How about the Great Wealth Transfer finally starting to happen?
Anyway, I just finished collecting data for my upcoming webinar: Is the Great Wealth Transfer Finally Here? (which will include updated 2018 fundraising #’s from Giving USA, the VSE and itemizer data to see how the 2018 Tax Law really impacted nonprofit fundraising, as well as the most recent population estimates).
All registrants will receive the actual PowerPoint (with access to the data behind the graphs) and the recording link!