Category: Planned Giving

Inspiring Those Who Care for Others

At age 9, Beatrice “Bea” Kalisch stepped onto a bus in Omaha and saw her future: a nurse dressed in a trim, starched-white uniform, her

A Family Tradition

By Robyn Murray A lot has changed at the University of Nebraska at Kearney in the last 60 years. For one, the name. Kearney State

The Nebraska ties that bind

Now that Greg Snyder is retired, he spends a lot of time at airports. As a volunteer with Travelers Aid, Greg, who is a Burnett Society member, staffs the information desk at Reagan Washington National to help people find their gates, hail a cab or even get patched up like one unlucky man who fell down an escalator.

Impact of CARES Act on Charitable Giving

It’s important to speak with a trusted adviser to consider how the CARES Act affects your individual situation. At least four provisions of the Act might be relevant to Burnett Society members and others who provide charitable support to nonprofit organizations.