What Was Your Great Grandmother’s Name?

What Was Your Great Grandmother’s Name?
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What if I was to ask you: “How would you feel if your great grandchildren knew nothing of your life, not even your first name?” If you are like me, I am sure it would make you feel very uncomfortable. However, it is not too late to do something about it. By creating your legacy you will continue to make a positive impact long after you’re gone and, communicate to future generations the values which were most meaningful to you. My book can help get you started. What Was Your Great Grandmother’s Name provides 50 simple, easy and encouraging reminders of why and how we give, many of which are based on my own personal experiences. Read it all the way through. Read it once a week. Or read one thought at a time when you have a spare five minutes. Then, give the book away. Not only will you have been transformed … but so will the person who receives it! / Praise for What Was Your Great Grandmother’s Name? “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 / “Keith takes us all on a wonderful journey through philanthropy, family and the meaning of life – important matters that are rarely discussed these days. His stories, quotes, practical advice, and even quizzes, make for an informative, inspiring and very entertaining read!” – Rahul K. Bhardwaj, President & CEO, Toronto Community Foundation / “A wonderful little book about a fabulous big idea. You, yes you, can leave a legacy for the future. With simplicity, humour and passion, Keith shows you how.”

– David Love, Executive Director, The Living City Foundation

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