Lori Shepherd with Arizona Humane Society and Tiffany House with Gift Planning Institute E28
The Mission of Arizona Humane Society is to save the most vulnerable animals and enrich the lives of pets and people.
Their lifesaving programs, including the Second Chance Animal Trauma Hospital™, Mutternity Suites, Kitten Nursery, Bottle Baby Kitten ICU and Parvo Puppy ICU save the lives of pets routinely euthanized in shelters. AHS’ comprehensive medical, behavioral rehabilitation, surrender intervention and spay/neuter initiatives have helped them save an additional 80,000 lives over the last five years and become a safety net for the Valley’s most vulnerable pets.
As a modern open admissions shelter, the Arizona Humane Society sees cases daily that are beyond the scope of imagination – abuse, neglect, abandonment. Their Ethical No-Kill Philosophy ensures that they never euthanize a pet for space or length of time. And although they can not save them all, there is not a day that goes by where they don’t try.
Lori Shepherd is the Planned Giving Manager for Arizona Humane Society. In that role, she helps connect donors interested in planned giving with the many ways that they can join Arizona Humane Society’s Legacy Circle; such as including AHS in their will or trust, creating charitable remainder trusts, or naming AHS as a beneficiary to an IRA or life insurance policy.
Another exciting program at AHS that Lori loves to share with donors is their Continuing Care Program. This program is a special benefit provided to Legacy Circle members. Pets who are enrolled in the program and have owners who predecease them are placed with loving forever families who have been carefully selected by AHS staff.
Lori loves connecting people with pets and their passion for animal welfare.
The Gift Planning Institute is dedicated to empower and inspire people to contribute tax advantaged assets to non-profit organizations. Financial Advisory services are offered through Raymond James Financial Services.
Tiffany House is a financial advisor and Chartered Advisor in Philanthropy, CAP®, dedicated to Charitable Planning and helping her clients create a master game plan that incorporates their intellectual, ethical and financial legacy. Tiffany also provides outsourced planned giving services to non-profit organizations.
Her experience of helping clients donate complicated assets, tax efficiently, provides a unique opportunity for organizations to benefit from her vantage point.
Being an active member of the community is important to Tiffany. She is the Past-President of Planned Giving Round Table of Arizona (PGRT) and Vice President of the Board at A.T. Still University Women in Philanthropy.
She is a board member of Junior Achievement and Don’t be a Chump!, Check for a Lump! She is an advisory board member for multiple non-profit organizations.
She a mentor in the Arizona Community Foundation’s Endowment Building Initiative and is a graduate of Scottsdale Leadership Class 31.
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About Jacqueline Destremps
Jacqueline Destremps is a creative marketing strategist and founded Another Hand Advantage, LLC in 2014 to help community minded small business owners and nonprofit professionals move forward more confidently with their marketing strategy. After graduating from Arizona State University with a degree in Psychology, she has spent her professional career working in both the nonprofit and for-profit sector.
She now enjoys being self-employed and the flexibility it provides to allow more time to volunteer, serve on nonprofit boards, choose pro-bono projects, run 100+ Women Who Care Valley of the Sun (which she co-founded in 2014) and travel the world. Jacqueline believes in creating connections between businesses and nonprofits in the community to stimulate growth and collaboration.