Visions to Do Good
The Personal Philanthropy of Benjamin Franklin
Wed, Jul 5, 2017 | 9:30 – 11am
Ben Franklin has been called the First American. We’ve all heard about the kite, but few have heard about his philanthropy. Come hear the amazing story that extends from his childhood in Boston to the hundreds of young people who benefit from his charitable planning today. Specifics include the philanthropy of thanks, mentorship, community, volunteering and estate planning. Come prepared to be inspired to take practical action to increase your own usefulness to others.
Come and Learn
- A really cool story from American History
- Your next step to increase your own impact
- The importance of vision in having an impact
Reserve Your Spot
2301 Blake Street, Denver, CO 80205
Easily accessed from I-25 or I-70. IMPORTANT: Enter building on Park Avenue. Best parking is on Blake. Free 2-hour spots on one side, metered parking on the other. Do not park in the Scientology lot or in the reserved lot behind the building. $5 all-day lot across the street, Rockies game days excluded. We meet in the club lounge.
Strategic Exit LLC
Russ entered the financial services industry April Fools Day 1984. Russ especially enjoys helping his clients plan for their own future, their families, and their personal philanthropy in the community.
He is a graduate of the University of Colorado at Boulder, where a great professor taught him to love the personal story of history.