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CWLA, in conjunction with the Salomon Smith Barney Charitable Trust, Inc., and through the Smith Barney Charitable Investment Fund, is pleased to present the Child Welfare League of America Charitable Investment Fund (the "Fund"). The Fund is a donor-advised fund. As a donor to the Fund, you make an irrevocable and nonrefundable contribution. In return, you receive numerous potential tax benefits, possibly increase your giving power, and initiate a long-term charitable giving plan.

For more information, call us at 703-412-2400 or email guidedgiving@cwla.org

The Child Welfare League of America is not engaged in rendering legal or tax advisory service. Please notify your attorney or other professional advisor for advice or assistance in specific cases.



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