Besides flowers and charitable donations, what else can be done to honor someone's memory?
I find that starting a memorial webpage is an exellant way to keep all family and friends intouch with the deceased and can actually help to heal sorrow. Family and friends can reminese and tell stories of their memories together.
I'm going to give you the oldest answer. Name one of your children after them. For example, My niece was named after my grandmother, and my son was named after his grandfather. This is to honor them and help their legacy live on.
Put the ancestor's photo in the living room? That is what chinese people do. Scary sometimes as if the eyes are watching you.
by Jimbo'daNimbo 7 years ago
http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/rom … 52850.htmlLooks to me like to boy has taken care of what needed to be done and given generously.How sad he didn't do what the left wants us to believe.
by glassvisage 8 years ago
At what point is it worth it to deduct charitable donations from taxes?At what point is it worth it to deduct charitable donations from taxes? How much do you have to donate to make it worth the time to do the paperwork? Is there a formula or chart that says this?
by IDONO 7 years ago
What would happen if charitable contributions (across the board) were no longer tax deductible?To claim tax credit on contributions, you usually have to itemize. For itemized deductions to exceed standard deductions, it would take a certain amount of taxable income. So, would doing away with this...
by peachy 4 years ago
How to make donations for charity ?I want to make donations to charity homes like WWF, old folks, etc but when I log in donation; it requires paypal, cheques. I have paypal but my paypal is not link to bank or credit cards. Is there any other way to donate besides paypal? I don't own a cheque book...
by Tom Vogler 5 years ago
I have leftover cocktail sauce. What else would be good to eat with it besides shrimp?
by Tom Vogler 5 years ago
Besides ham, with what else would you use prepared horseradish?
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