In recent years, various new projects and experiments have been executed in hopes of finding ways to significantly increase the drive for the under-resourced to save for retirement and provide for themselves and their families long-term.
According to an article published in the Wall Street Journal (WSJ), experts believe more emphasis should be placed on helping the poor to save more, live better, and scramble up in their own way, rather than on large-scale social support and development.
On May 1st, REP Magazine and WealthManagement.com announced the winners of the 2015 Advisors with Heart Award. Out of 10 finalists, Lynn Phillips-Gaines was selected to receive one of the awards for her work with Starkville Bridges.
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We had a wonderful turnout at the second Starkville Charity Collaborative Meeting on Thursday, April 9, 2015! All original agencies are joined, with several new potentials in attendance. To see more images from the meeting click here. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to learn about joining the Collaborative.
The next Starkville Charity Collaborative (Charity Tracker) Meeting will be tomorrow, April 9th, at 1:15 PM at Cadence Bank on the 3rd floor Conference Room. RSVP to Kelly Olivieri at 662-312-2025 or at email@example.com. We hope to see you there!