The Selected Educational Trust is launching a matching gift campaign in partnership with National Guardian Life Insurance Company. Now through Oct, 15, NGL will match dollar-for-dollar all gifts made to the Trust up to $10,000.

“The Trust funds crucial initiatives to align the next generation of the profession with the best and brightest. This matching gift opportunity allows donors to double the impact their gift will have on advancing this profession,” said Stefanie Favia, senior director of the Trust. “We are deeply grateful to NGL for showing their faith in the mission of the Trust and making this opportunity possible.”

“We support funeral homes by working closely with them to develop beneficial Preneed products that are designed to grow their business and help families during some of their most difficult moments,” said Jennifer Kaset, vice president, sales and business development at NGL. “NGL is proud to support the passion, innovations and initiatives the Selected Educational Trust offers to enhance the funeral home profession through scholarships and ongoing educational opportunities.”

Donations to the Trust help support a suite of scholarships, workforce development tools and events, and the best educational opportunities for the advancement of all who work within the independent funeral service profession. All donations made now through October 15 are eligible for matching, including contributions by mail (Selected Educational Trust, One Overlook Point, Suite 530, Lincolnshire, IL 60069) or online at

For more information about the Selected Educational Trust, visit or contact Stefanie Favia, senior director of development, at

About the Selected Educational Trust

The mission of the Selected Educational Trust is to provide the best educational opportunities for the advancement and support of all who work within the independent funeral service profession. To fulfill this mission, the Trust provides programs which offer scholarships to mortuary science students and funeral service professionals, education programs serving to bridge the gap between school and on-the-job training through its Institute for Exceptional Funeral Service and networking and employment opportunities through its Workforce Development Centers.

Follow on LinkedIn.

Follow on Twitter.

Follow on Facebook.

Leave a Message

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *
Comment *
Full Name *
Email Address *

Related Posts

Visit regularly to get the latest insights on the profession.

Learn from the past, look to the future and optimize business operations with the insights on