Mr. Jeremy Belsky serves as Planned Giving Officer for Boys Town, a national nonprofit care organization whose mission is to “save children and heal families.” With an M.A. in Philanthropy & Development from St. Mary’s University in Minnesota, and the CAP designation from The American College, Belsky has spent the past 17 years in the charitable gift planning field, helping to further the missions of education and faith based organizations, all in Omaha. He’s also the author of two fundraising books, Keeping Catholic Schools Open and 10 Simple Steps for Cultivating Donors, published by the National Catholic Education Association. He was a featured speaker at the Association’s national conference from 2007 to 2011.
Over the past six years, Belsky’s audio vignettes, Spirit of Stewardship, have been broadcast daily on Omaha radio station KVSS radio and internationally on EWTN radio. Belsky currently is a member of the Nebraska Partnership for Philanthropic Planning (where he served on the board from 2007 to 2010), the Omaha Estate Planning Council, the faculty for the Omaha Development Institute, the Board of Directors for Mount Michael Benedictine School, the Archbishop's Committee for Development, and the Archdiocese of Omaha Estate Planning Committee. He currently resides in Omaha with his wife, Bridgett, their daughter, Brooke, and son, Josiah.