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Charitable Contributions That Don’t Require Money

Charitable Contributions That Don’t Require Money

While cash donations are often still the best way you can help your favorite charities, there are other ways you can give back without reaching for your pocketbook. In fact, sometimes money isn’t the answer when it comes to the needs of charitable organizations. Below...
Shreveport Shriner’s Hospital for Children Donation

Shreveport Shriner’s Hospital for Children Donation

The David & Teresa Disiere Foundation is very pleased to announce a $25,000 donation to Shreveport’s Shriners Hospital for Children to help purchase a low dose x-ray machine. Many children with spinal issues like scoliosis are subjected to numerous x-rays during...
The Importance of Giving

The Importance of Giving

As we approach Thanksgiving, it’s the perfect time to not only give thanks for everything you have, but to think about giving back. The United States Census Bureau estimated in 2015 that over 43 million Americans were living in poverty. And when you look further...
All About Charity Organizations

All About Charity Organizations

With many different names for charitable organizations – charities, foundations, non-profit – you might be wondering what the differences are between all of the not-for-profit organizations out there. Or is there any difference at all? In this blog post, we take a...
Poverty in the United States

Poverty in the United States

The latest American Community Survey (ACS) was released by the U.S. Census Bureau on September 14, 2017. The ACS is an annual survey that provides information about income, housing, education, health insurance, poverty, and many other data sets. “The American...
About the David and Teresa Disiere Foundation

About the David and Teresa Disiere Foundation

According to the National Center for Children in Poverty, one in five children in the United States lives in poverty. That’s 15 million children. In a country with so much, it’s unconscionable that so many children are forced to go with so very little. But it gets...