A Season of Thanks and Remembrance

Categories: Fundraising, Holidays
Tis’ the season! The Holidays are upon us once again and Thanksgiving is a perfect kick-off to the Season.  It is a wonderful holiday to reflect and give thanks for all we have been given and all those who have touched our lives. So as we close out November, we are reminded of the many …

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Paying Tribute to our Veterans & Seniors

Categories: Seniors
They’ve been called by some our “Greatest Generation.” The men and women of my parent’s generation laid the foundation for much of the economic and social stability that we enjoy today. Their hard work and sacrifice have allowed me, and the generation that followed, the opportunity to live happier, healthier lives. As the fall leaves …

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Back to School

Categories: Child Welfare, Social Justice
Without a doubt, it is back to school season. From the back to school sales to the increased early morning traffic, the signs are everywhere. This is the time of the year when big yellow school buses are filled with chattering kids on their way to exciting new ideas and new opportunities that education provides. …

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Putting America Back to Work

Categories: Financial Literacy, Holidays
Labor Day marks the beginning of the end of the summer season, and it is a fitting way to begin thinking about all we have accomplished so far this year and all we have left to do. President Grover Cleveland created Labor Day in 1894 to pay tribute to the contributions and achievements of the …

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Doing our Part for Inclusive Global Wealth

Categories: Camp Moss Hollow, Social Justice
Summer usually means something different to adults than it does to children. Last month, I spoke about the importance of summer enrichment through activities like Camp Moss Hollow, and I am happy to report that the camp is in full swing with lots of happy campers. But enrichment is not just for kids – it’s …

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