Financial Educator and Author Keith Thomson Will Continue His Book on Philanthropy Through Blog

Keith has decided to explore his book further through a reoccurring blog on his website. In this blog, Keith will focus on various “Thoughts” found in his book and relate them to current affairs that impact Canadians and their communities.

Online PR News – 04-September-2012 –Keith Thomson, a philanthropic specialist in Toronto, Ontario, recently published a book titled “What Was Your Great Grandmother’s Name? Fifty Thoughts On How Canadian Philanthropy Can Transform You, Your Family And Your Community.”

Throughout his book, Keith identifies “Thoughts” that can amplify the impact an individual can have on their community. His book allows you to reflect on your values, hopes, and dreams while offering practical opportunities to ensure that you leave a lasting legacy.

Keith has decided to explore each “Thought” of his book further through a reoccurring blog on his website. In this blog, Keith will focus on various “Thoughts” found in his book and relate them to current affairs that impact Canadians and their communities.

In a recent blog entitled "Working Towards the Same Goals," Keith discusses the Assembly of First Nations National Chief election and the common goals that all candidates have for the organization. He relates the election campaign to “Thought 23” of his book, stating the leaders of philanthropic organizations have a common purpose: to give back to their cause. All of his blogs can be found at his website.

For further details, call (416) 681-7152 or e-mail info@greatgrandmother.ca.

About Keith Thomson: Keith Thomson, based in Toronto, is an internationally recognized financial educator, author, and consultant, specializing in estate and charitable tax planning.

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