We had a great turnout for our luncheon at The Mill Conference Center on October 7, 2015! To see more photos, click here. We had dozens in attendance, including representation from The Salvation Army, Helping Hands, Church of Christ, and many others.
In recent years, various new projects and experiments have been executed in hopes of finding ways to significantly increase the drive for the under-resourced to save for retirement and provide for themselves and their families long-term.
According to an article published in the Wall Street Journal (WSJ), experts believe more emphasis should be placed on helping the poor to save more, live better, and scramble up in their own way, rather than on large-scale social support and development. Continue Reading »