A panel of experts, including Attorney & Counselor at Law Ouisa D. Davis, Drs. Manny Alvarez and Octavio Licón, members of the Catholic Physicians Guild, Henry Gallardo, a Certified Wealth Strategist and the Director of Investment Management for Strategic Wealth Advisors, Rev. Tony Celino, J.C.L., V.G., and Bishop Mark J. Seitz, D.D. will co-present at the seminar, offering their expertise on estate planning and end-of-life decisions. There will be a Question & Answer session following the presentation. Admission is FREE. All are Welcome. Seating is LIMITED. RSVP by October 29: 915.872.8412 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check-in and refreshments open at 5:00pm with the seminar running from 6-8pm. Attendees will learn the basics of modern estate planning. The topics of discussion will include wills, trusts, power of attorney for health & finance, probate court, end-of-life decisions, and resources.
“We are grateful to our panel for donating their time and expertise, and genuinely appreciate the opportunity to provide information about planning for the future”, said Chief Operating Officer Janine Young, who will serve as moderator at the seminar.
Foundation for the Diocese of El Paso
The Foundation for the Diocese of El Paso is an independent 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization established in 2001 to support the growing needs of the Catholic community. The Foundation manages five programs: the Catholic Legacy Fund, the Foundation’s endowment program, the Bishop’s Annual Appeal, which provides operational funds for diocesan ministries, and the Grants Development Office which seeks foundation and corporate grants for ministries, schools, and parishes. In addition to that, the Foundation promotes Stewardship as a way of life and the principles “Pray, Serve, Give” through training and materials for schools and parishes. Finally, there is the Foundation’s Scholarship Program, which supports the education of Foundation Scholars attending El Paso’s Catholic schools every year. The Foundation raises approximately $1.9 million each year through Progress: the Bishop’s Annual Appeal and $950,000 annually from outside grants. Since 2001, the Foundation has raised over $12 million for endowment.
For more information, please contact Sofía Larkin Appleby at 915.872.8412 or email@example.com