Wednesday, September 2, 2009

An Attitude of Gratitude

Last week I attended the Community Foundation of Grand Forks East Grand Forks and Region's lawn social that recognized philanthropic thinking of individuals in our area. I was impressed with the attitude and beliefs that were highlighted that evening and it inspired many individuals to want to make a difference in their community and leave a lasting legacy by setting up named donor advised funds that allow the individuals and families to carry out their beliefs and values that will go on and on. What a wonderful way to leave your footprint in your community.

Posted by Kelly Greenlees, NRS, Grand Forks

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