I can only imagine
what philanthropy is like. It must be a unique pleasure to
work with a philanthropist. A cancer diagnosis is devastating. What a
wonderful response to share the means for inspiring others in their state
of shock.

All I ever hear about support groups for men is how
they get discontinued because the lack of involvement does not warrant
continuation of the group. What a misconception this is and what a sad
reality to perpetuate.

You have heard "There’s no such thing as
a free lunch." Everybody knows there’s a catch. "What’s in it for me?
What do I need to do to get (the prize)? How much time do I have to
commit?" You’ve got your own assortment of male volunteers. Most likely each of them has a reason, a purpose for doing
what they do.

Think about volunteering this way: If we give you
a free tool (CMfM) will you donate a period of time (say 6-8 months) to
be part of a core team for a caregiver support program (ITN)?

got to see that most men in caregiver roles don’t have the resources to
commit for projects outside their immediate concerns.

What would a philanthropist do? We’re waiting for the dollyed-up manual.

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