The Literacy Council of Central Alabama has four pillars of service: advocacy and awareness, literacy support services, training and professional development, and direct service in both adult basic literacy and ESOL. But everything they do is for one reason: to create a more literate society. A more literate society is a healthier, more prosperous and productive society.
Executive Director Beth Wilder commented, “We are thrilled to be … read more
Bridgeworth is pleased to share the story of one of the nonprofits being spotlighted by our 2014 holiday campaign: Hand in Paw.
Hand in Paw was created in 1996 by Beth Franklin, who had a vision to design and build an organization that would, through the use of animal-assisted therapy teams, improve the health and well-being of people of all ages. It didn’t take long before … read more
Advisor Wayne Harris, CFP®, served as an Auburn Cheerleader from 1984 to 1987 and his daughter, Francie, continues the tradition as Auburn’s Head Cheerleader. On Saturday, September 27, Wayne and Francie returned to the field as part of the 2014 Auburn Homecoming Court. During halftime festivities, Francie was named Auburn’s Miss Homecoming 2014. See the story on al.com.
Francie’s platform was Open Hands Overflowing Hearts, … read more
For most of us this is a time to relax, change the pace, get away, and just enjoy. At Bridgeworth, ‘tis the season of interns. We have five–a couple are in the financial planning program in Tuscaloosa, and few are in finance at UAB. If the talent, drive, and maturity exhibited by these young adults adequately represent their generation, we can all expect many good … read more