“These six disruptive demographic trends highlight the multiple and complex ways the U.S. population is rapidly changing. The U.S. population is far different today in terms of geographical distribution, racial and ethnic composition, age mix, family types, and economic circumstance than it was a decade ago. There is little doubt that these ongoing changes will…
When a Birmingham couple recently decided to convert from a traditional IRA to a Roth IRA, they also took the opportunity to offset the income recognition by opening a donor advised fund with the Community Foundation. By donating appreciated stock to establish a fund, this couple achieved their estate planning objectives while also putting structure…
The Community Foundation is supporting a youth symposium and a statue honoring lives lost in the church bombing, two ways to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Civil Right events and look to the future.
Erin Stephenson joins the Alabama delegation to Foundations on the Hill, our chance to share the story of the important role of philanthropy in making communities strong.
Anne Bethea serves as Director of Gift Planning, working with professional advisors and their charitable clients who want to use the Community Foundation as a partner in driving positive change.
Sheree Wilkerson joins Community Foundation as Scholarship Manager and assistant to Grants and Initiatives team.
Lora Terry joins Kathryn Corey in supporting Donor Advisors as partners in philanthropy, giving together to drive positive change across greater Birmingham.
Robert Holmes is the new chair of the Community Foundation board, with Yolanda Sullivan and Mike Luce as new members serving our community.
Community Foundation awards more than $1 million in grants toward projects to improve economic security and ensure that our communities are sustainable, livable and vibrant.
Year-end deadlines are set to help generous people make sure their grants and gifts get where they need to be on time.