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Tuesday, October 29, 2013

New Book on Middle Class Philanthropy


Melinda Gustafson Gervasi is releasing a new book entitled, Middle Class Philanthropist: How Anyone Can Leave a Legacy.  Provided below is a description of the book:

To be released November 1, 2013! Predating democracy, capitalism, organized religion, and as old as humanity itself, philanthropy exists because things often go wrong, and things can always be better in our world.  Nothing about philanthropy requires a person to have excessive amounts of money to make a difference.  In Middle Class Philanthropist: How anyone can leave a legacy, Melinda Gustafson Gervasi redefines the conventional view of philanthropy, providing simple and practical tools by which anyone can leave a legacy.

Melinda Gustafson Gervasi is a writer and attorney living in Madison, Wisconsin with her husband and two children.  Her legal practice aims to provide warmth and compassion along with solid legal advice to clients planning for their immediate needs as well as the distant future in the areas of estate planning and probate.  She also maintains two different blogs: Illness, Death, and Taxes for the Middle Class and The Upside of Frugal.


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