Money can’t buy happiness, but apparently giving it away can! Research conducted by Elizabeth Dunn, professor, University of British Columbia, and Michael Norton, professor, Harvard Business School, revealed that even small amounts of generosity can make us happy
Dunn and Norton conducted a series of experiments asking people to spend money on others. They found that giving away money made individuals happier than spending the same amount on themselves. Even a $5 donation made someone happier at the end of the day compared to people who spent the $5 on themselves
Do you want to be happier today? Please support families who have been affected by Huntington’s disease by donating to the Huntington’s Hope Scholarship Fund. This fund was set up to raise money to help pay for post-secondary education for the children of parents with Huntington’s disease. It’s a good cause, and even donations of $5, $10 and $20 can go a long way to help. Thank you.
Good Samaritan Society – Specialty Care Community in Robbinsdale, Minn., owned and operated by the Evangelical Lutheran Good Samaritan Society, is one of only eight long-term skilled care centers in the United States with a dedicated program for individuals with Huntington’s disease.