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According to the National Center for Health Statistics, women in the United States can expect to live to about age 81, approximately five years longer than men. Whether you are single or married, independent or surrounded by loved ones, having an estate plan is important.
A solid plan allows you to create a legacy that protects yourself, provides for the people you cherish, and ensures that support for your most important charitable organizations like Banner Health Foundation or Banner Alzheimer’s Foundation will continue after your lifetime.Read More
When Valley entrepreneur David Walling was starting the nonprofit Be Kind Project last year to support various acts of kindness, he didn’t know he would soon be supporting his wife in the fight of her life. At just 36 years old and with no family history, Jessica Walling had just been diagnosed with Triple Negative Breast Cancer.Read More
Everyone has something they are passionate about. You may be passionate about a place that holds an important spot in your heart, a cause that’s near and dear to you or a charitable organization that you frequently volunteer for and give to.Read More
Edson family commits $10 million to advance specialty memory care services at Banner Alzheimer’s Institute
Banner Alzheimer’s Foundation has received a $10 million charitable investment from the family of the late J. Orin Edson for innovative dementia care and caregiver support for patients and families living with Alzheimer’s disease and other memory disorders.Read More
With the current state of the real estate market, there is no better time to think about philanthropic options. Real estate often comprises more of our individual personal wealth than do stocks, bonds or outright cash. Imagine the good that those dollars could do for Banner Health Foundation or Banner Alzheimer’s Foundation.Read More