Contrary to popular belief, permanent, cash value life insurance does not “run” on the annual premium. It “runs” on the interest component. It is possible that policy owners get confused on this important issue.
One of the common dreams of the social service community is to have a single place where many agencies could be located. People who need assistance tend not to have reliable transportation, and more often than not, they need assistance from multiple agencies. This case study illustrates how one city successfully repurposed a vacant building into a shared space for its social service agencies.
Partnering with the Lynn Sage Foundation, Howl at the Moon created a drink called the Pink Paradise that would see proceeds going to the Foundation to find a cure for breast cancer.
Many people with passions for certain causes choose to give back by volunteering for a not-for-profit organization whose mission matches with their interests. Sometimes, however, there might not be such an organization in your community and you have the means, resources and ability to start your own organization from the ground up.
In our second video in our four part series, ORBA is spotlighting a restaurant getting involved with the Lynn Sage Foundation in an exciting, smart, and inventive way that combines a unique way of marketing the restaurant while also helping a great cause.
Check out this week’s video blog as the Four Corners Tavern Group is featured as a participant in the Lynn Sage Foundation’s “Chicago’s In Good Taste” campaign.
October, breast cancer awareness month, marks the beginning of Lynn Sage’s “Chicago’s In Good Taste” campaign, uniting local businesses to raise money for breast cancer research. While many of us may be wrapped up in our favorite team’s early struggles and successes, the Lynn Sage Foundation is planning to score big and help find a cure for breast cancer.