Posts Tagged ‘ giving to others ’

Seniors: Sharing the Wealth

Jul 5th, 2011 | By | Category: Senior Moments Blog

If you attended a college or university, you likely receive not infrequent appeals by mail, email and telephone asking for a commitment, an annual gift, consideration of joining a program which offers gifting options long after you are deceased. Some persons, with sufficient wealth, have explored and determined that the most productive way to share their wealth is by creating a well managed foundation, which will dole out gifts on a selective basis.

Other persons, having identified favorite charities, have designated those charities to receive ample regular grants or commitments on an annual basis. Such gifts, of course, may allow for specific targeting, e.g. scholarships, capital improvements, and others. Causes abound and needs are as plentiful. Helping research organizations in their search for cures, equipping and enabling medical centers to offer no cost assistance for children and adults facing terminal illnesses.

Senior Women Reminisce About Spring Housecleaning

Feb 17th, 2011 | By | Category: For Senior Women

Remember when you were a child and your mother spent a week doing ‘spring housecleaning’?  She turned everything inside out and upside down.  She emptied all the closets, rearranged and then put everything back.  She emptied all the drawers, rearranged and then put everything back.  She scrubbed, vacuumed, hung bedding on the line outside in […]