The t-square is intended to remind us of The Carpenter’s Rule – to measure twice and cut once.   At the heart of thoughtful and strategic philanthropy – both for donors and charities alike – is such an attention to detail.   A focus on future needs and issues… an eye for opportunities to make an impact… a passion for creative ventures, collaborations, and leveraging limited resources…. hallmarks of a philantropist and a philathropic organization dedicated to measuring twice and cutting once.

You’re invited to visit regularly for hot topics and creative ideas about all things philanthropic. Here you’ll learn about things you can do to design and use financial, estate, and gift plans that add value to your life – and, to the community and world around you.

You recall the Wizard of Oz noted, ‘Back where I come from, there are men who do good deeds. They are called phila…er, phila…er, yes, ah, Good Deed Doers.’ Indeed, men & women who are active philanthropists epitomize the spirit of good deed doing, not just back in the Wizard’s homeland, but across the USA and around the world.

So, if you’re curious about philanthropy, ways to maximize the value of estate & gift planning, and voluntarism, read on.



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