David Bakke is an author and personal finance enthusiast residing in Atlanta. He shares his best tips for money management and giving back to the community on the blog, Money Crashers. As of 2011, there were well over one million tax exempt charitable organizations operating in the U.S. The prospect of combing through that [...]
Earlier this year, Paul Hill was planning what songs he would sing as a Red Kettle bell ringer, but in May, Paul was given only nine months to live. Paul has been Tulsa, Oklahoma’s top-grossing bell ringer for the last three years. He had already started working on new songs to sing with his trademark [...]
Do you ever wonder what the younger “plugged in” generation will be like in the future? According to the New York Times, the average kid spends over 7.5 hours each day using technology: perusing internet sites, watching TV, playing video games and listening to music.
How do we encourage the younger generations to leave their computers and “Do the Most Good” in the real world, face-to-face with those in need?