About Casa Dorinda
Joe and Anna have been faithful supporters of our organization. They believe it is important to help further our mission.
After working for decades as a pediatrician in a small town, Patricia is ready to retire.
Howard and Lynn were both age 55 when they purchased some vacant land a few miles outside of town. They thought real estate would be a good investment that could be sold later for a profit.
Peter and Gail were nearing retirement. Over the years, with the help of their financial advisor, they made solid investments in securities and built a sizable portfolio.
Many years ago, Clara bought a home. Since she was very pleased with her home, she bought stock in the company that built the home.
Gene and Carol purchased stock in a small medical service company several years ago. The company has done well.
Mary grew up on a farm. When her parents passed away, she and her husband Bill inherited the farm.
Miranda lived in the family home where she and her spouse had raised their three children. After her spouse passed away, Miranda found it increasingly difficult to care for her property.
Lewis is a 54-year-old executive at a large healthcare company. He purchased company stock during years when the stock price was low, and now the stock has grown substantially.
Susan and Kevin bought a vacant lot along Lake Michigan many years ago. They had planned to build a second home so that their family could spend their summers along the lake.
Nancy and David were dedicated volunteers. Over the years, they had seen many individuals helped by the good work of their favorite charity.
Several years ago, Larry and Allison invested $30,000 in what they believed to be an attractive stock.
Jonathan purchased his home many years ago for $80,000. The home is now worth $420,000. Jonathan wants to sell his home and buy a condo for $130,000.
Thomas was a widower who had a great love for our organization. As an individual who had directly benefited from our work, Thomas wanted to thank us with a gift from his estate.
While visiting her favorite charity's website, June came across the idea of a give it twice trust. She contacted the charity for more information.
Ron and Kathy worked for many years building their nest egg for retirement.
We have all heard the saying "You can't have your cake and eat it too." This phrase describes a situation where we want two good things at the same time when that isn't possible.