Set an example for philanthropy for your children
As a child, whether she knew it or not, Becki Kurdle was making mental notes that would help lead her to her love of giving and helping others. Her parents’ volunteerism left an indelible impression on her. Kurdle, a former director of Planning and Zoning for Anne Arundel County, and a founding member and 2004 board chair of the Community Foundation of Anne Arundel County (CFAAC), has been committed to supporting her community throughout her life, both as a volunteer and donor.
Now, as Kurdle examines where she is in her life, she wants to involve her grandchildren in philanthropy and recently made her grandson William a successor adviser on her CFAAC Donor Advised Fund.
“I just thought it was time to turn over the reins,” she said.
Source: The Capital Gazette