Clearing up biggest misconception about philanthropy can encourage more Canadians to give back

The Globe and Mail
May 11, 2023.

Alexandra Horwood, Portfolio Manager, Investment Advisor at Richardson Wealth writes that “Anyone, regardless of their net worth, can be a philanthropist by donating their time or making smaller contributions that can have a larger impact if directed properly.”

“At a time when socioeconomic inequities are becoming more prevalent due to the increased cost of living, incorporating giving into financial planning can be more impactful than ever.”

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