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Upcoming Dates

May 16, 2017

Will Power!

The latest advice in wills from an esteemed panel of savvy financial and legal experts.

JOIN US TUESDAY, MAY 16TH, 2017
2:00 - 3:30 pm
Acton Town Hall • 19 Willow Street N, Acton
or
6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Fireside Lounge, The Gallery at Bennett Village
200 Halton Hills Drive, Halton Hills

This event is FREE! RSVP to the Georgetown Hospital
Foundation office at 905-873-0111 ext.8241 or via email
at jmcnally@haltonhealthcare.com.

View event flyer (PDF)

Did you know that you can minimize your taxes and maximize the legacy of your will by leaving a gift or bequest to your favourite charity? The Georgetown Hospital Foundation, in partnership with other local Halton Hills charities, is hosting a free, light-hearted and informative event on May 16 about bequest giving entitled “Wills Gone Wild Part 2 – Will Power”. Back by popular demand, this year’s expert panel has been expanded to include experts from the financial world.

Moderated by Doug Lounsbury from Lounsbury Life and Group Insurance this year’s expert panel consists of Jasmine Sweatman, a local estate lawyer from Sweatman Law Firm, Shawn Hughes from Foresters, Nathan Bell from RBC, Wyn Kanyogonya from TD Canada Trust and Marc Henein from Scotia Wealth Management. The panel will discuss the importance of wills and how a gift to a charity can benefit both your estate and the community. Panellists will be available after the event to answer specific questions.

Once again, the Georgetown Hospital Foundation has taken the lead in organizing this event in collaboration with the United Way, Cancer Assistance Services Halton Hills (CASH), Georgetown Bread Basket, Halton Learning Foundation, Community Foundation of North Halton, the Bennett Centre, and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Halton.

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