Keith Thomson, a philanthropic specialist in Toronto releases a second printing of What Was Your Great Grandmothers Name? 50 Thoughts On How Canadian Philanthropy Can Transform You, Your Family And Your Community. The book can now be purchased on Amazon.
What Was Your Great Grandmother’s Name? 50 Thoughts On How Canadian Philanthropy Can Transform You, Your Family And Your Community.
Online PR News – 12-December-2013 –Keith Thomson, a philanthropic specialist in Toronto, Ontario releases a second printing of “What Was Your Great Grandmother’s Name? 50 Thoughts On How Canadian Philanthropy Can Transform You, Your Family And Your Community.” The book can now be purchased on Amazon.
Due to the overwhelming success of his book, Keith has released a second printing. This informative book asks the question, “How would you feel if your great-grandchildren knew nothing about you, not even your name?” It is an inspiring guide to making an impact on the world and ensuring that your future family members always remember you. It is important to know that it is not too late to make this impact. No matter your age, there is always time. Keith Thomson specializes in helping individuals and families make charitable donations that will have a lasting impact.
What Was Your Great Grandmother’s Name? gives 50 amazing examples and reminders of how and why we give. Readers will be inspired to give. It is a great book to share with family and friends.
“Keith invites us to consider the possibility of our own lives and the transformational impact we can have on our world. In a sensible and very readable way, Keith will challenge you to reflect on your values, hopes and dreams while offering ever-so-practical and thoughtful reminders of how we can all be philanthropic and have a real and lasting impact.”
- Malcolm Berry, Director, Gift & Estate Planning, SickKids Foundation
For further details, call (416) 681-7152, go to Philanthropy Matters or e-mail email@example.com.
About Keith Thomson: Keith Thomson, who is based in Toronto, is an internationally recognized financial educator, author and consultant, specializing in estate and charitable tax planning.