Tragedy and Time
Mark Travis is a helluva guy.
Americans to Maintain Charitable Giving This Holiday Season, Red Cross Finds
According to a survey by the American Red Cross, 78% of those who gave to Hurricane Sandy relief efforts and 90% of contributors to political causes during the election will not reduce their giving to nonprofits this holiday season.
Advice Industry Helps With Sandy Relief
Financial service companies and related organizations are stepping up with pro-bono efforts and charitable initiatives in the wake of Tropical Storm Sandy.
Chinese Surprised by U.S. Charities’ Lack of State Control
A Chinese delegation on a recent East Coast tour to learn about the U.S. nonprofit sectors couldn’t believe that government controls of these entities were so loose.
TD Ameritrade Puts Actions Behind Its Patriotic Words
At annual conference, TDAI pays for supplies for 2,000 Red Cross kits for wounded soldiers and homeless vets. Advisors pitch in.
Commonwealth Financial to Match Haiti Relief Donations From B/D's Staff and Advisors
As House passes bill on tax deductions for Haiti, AICPA posts reminders on how to give prudently
Financial Services Firms Offer Aid to Haiti
Industry musters money and more for earthquake relief
Listing of Pooled Income Fund Sponsors
Life Income Funds of America www.lifeincomefund.org Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund www.charitablegift.org Raymond James Charitable Endowment Fund www.myfamilyfoundation.org American Red Cross www.redcross.org/donate/plngiv/pooled.html Harvard University Planned...
An Outpouring of Support
Financial services organizations and firms step up to the plate
The Way Ahead
The cover story from Investment Advisor magazine's October 2001 issue said: "In the days to come, advisors will shake off their sorrow and get back to work for their clients in a changed world."