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Joanne Posner-Mayer has found many ways to be philanthropic, using her time, her money and even her credit to help organizations she loves.
About five years ago, Rose Community Foundation’s Health Committee, along with the Child and Family Development Committee began to explore the topic of mental health care for very young children. Both committees believed it important to understand what early childhood mental health is…
It really is as simple as this – food equals health, healing, security and well-being. For many older adults living alone, having a meal delivered can also provide personal contact and connection.
I recently participated in a training by the organization 21/64 (2164.net) to prepare me to be more effective at facilitating conversations across generations about values and philanthropy. One of the exercises we did was about growing goodness in children. I was struck by many of the tips, but one in particular stood out. It was how to make gratitude a habit.
An 85-year-old woman can no longer drive but she needs to get to her doctor’s appointments — where does she turn for help? An elderly couple received an eviction notice for their apartment and their caregiver wants to understand the legalities involved — but where does he start?