The Planned Giving Council will host our programs virtually until we feel it is safe to host in-person programs.

Staying connected is important, so please make plans to join us at our events!

PGCNEFL meetings are offered as ZOOM meetings starting at 11:45 AM.  

ZOOM Meetings are free to Members (non-members are charged $10.00) and do require registration to get the ZOOM meeting ID and login details. 

Upcoming events

    • 11/12/2020
    • 11:45 AM (EST)
    • Zoom meeting

    Planned Giving Council Program Meeting

    Topic:  Life After Death - Maximizing Donor Gifts

    Speaker: Jennifer L Kifer  | Attorney at Holland & Knight

    This event is free for members (non-members will be charged $10.00) will be run through Zoom. RSVP is required to participate in this meeting.

    Prior to the event, you will receive an email containing a link to get setup on Zoom, to join the meeting.

    "Life After Death - Maximizing Donor Gifts"

    About the Speaker: Jennifer L Kifer  | Attorney at Holland & Knight

    Jennifer L. Kifer is an attorney in Holland & Knight's Jacksonville office and a member of the firm's Private Wealth Services Group. Ms. Kifer helps lead a nationwide practice called the “Bequest Revenue Program” (BRP) that is devoted to the representation of charitable organizations in both contested and uncontested trust and estate matters. Through the BRP, Jennifer and her team assist non-profits in accelerating and increasing bequest revenue from gifts left to them in wills and trusts. Since the BRP’s inception about 15 years ago, the Program has cleared more than $1 Billion for H&K’s charitable clients.

    Previously, Ms. Kifer served as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Timothy J. Corrigan at the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida. During law school, she was a legal intern to Justice Barbara J. Pariente at the Florida Supreme Court. Ms. Kifer graduated first in her law school class of 439.

    Ms. Kifer has also taught at several institutions, including the University of Phoenix, Florida State College at Jacksonville and the University of North Florida. Among the courses she has taught are Wills, Trusts & Estates, Legal Research & Writing, Mock Trial, Constitutional Law, and Public Speaking.

The Planned Giving Council of Northeast Florida brings together nonprofit and for-profit professionals merging their expertise in estate and tax planning, financial planning and charitable giving to foster awareness and to provide an effective forum for education, communication, networking and collaboration for our gift planning community.