Archive for December, 2002

what happiness meant to Americans

Worth magazine in a 1996 study on what happiness meant to Americans found: “… the more money people have, the more they believe they need… The less money people have, the more likely they are to think of others as they articulate their dreams… What does that tell us? … Perhaps success itself breeds greed. […]

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Rules for Financial Success

Golden Rules Money should do far more than simply reproduce itself Never forget: the secret of creating riches for oneself is to create them for others Looking out for Number one, doesn’t make you Number one Measure success with a single word– love. Excerpt from Ten Golden Rules for Financial Success by Gary Moore (out of […]

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Eight Basic Reasons Donors Give

Religious beliefs Guilt Recognition Self-preservation and fear Tax rewards Obligation Pride and self-respect Pressure

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Giving Collectively

(excerpt from Vol. 6, No. 4, Fall 2001, Family Matters) If you would rather structure your own collaborative, organize a giving circle among your colleagues and friends who share a common interest. Giving circles (also called collectives) offer family foundation members a hands-on giving opportunity– outside their foundation. A giving circle is a pooled fund […]

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leadership and legacy for Asian Americans

About L2 Foundation

L2 Foundation (“L-Squared”) is a private foundation that seeks to develop the leadership and legacy of Asian Americans by providing support and resources.

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