Start Them Early

February 13, 2011 at 6:26 PM Leave a comment

In the Denver Post, philanthropy adviser Bruce DeBoskey encourages parents to get their children involved with philanthropy from a surprisingly early age.

Children as young as 3 can be encouraged to donate gently used toys, books and clothes to less fortunate kids. Letting your child select what to donate and accompany you when making the donation creates a lasting impression.

He offers tips for those with older children as well.


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