Grateful for our blessed life together. Grateful for our home with the footstep rhythm of family upstairs. Grateful that our means are enough to live within. Grateful for the ability to do good work. With so much suffering in the world, grateful for those working to make our lives and others’ lives better. We share 7% of our gross income each year. We give to Planned Parenthood, Amnesty USA, WBUR, WNYC, WGBH, Radiotopia (check out Ear Hustle), the National Partnership for Women and Families, Arlington Food Pantry, The Greater Boston Food Bank, the Free Wheelchair Mission, the Housing Corporation of Arlington, Partners in Health, Doctors Without Borders, the Museum of Fine Arts, Project Sleep, the Pann Mass Challenge, Wikimedia Foundation, Regina Holiday’s Cinderblocks and the Walking Gallery, Mothers Out Front, the Hispanic Federation, the Arlington Library Foundation, the Harlem Jazz Museum, and several others. We thank them for their inspired and inspiring work. We are one.
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