Mackenzie Kaiser

In 20 years, I would like to receive this message: “Don’t forget ‘Everyday I try to be the best I can be, and work to help others be better than me.’ If you have not started your philanthropic business yet, drop what you are doing, and start it now. You owe it to this version of you to start that business and give money in the way that makes sense to you. That is how I will give my talent/treasure. I don’t know where I will be living in 20 years, but you better believe I will be finding new organizations to explore/learn about/volunteer at. My time-giving will be something I share with my loved ones. Being engaged in your community, near and far, leads to a more fulfilled and informed life. I want my kids to grow up being aware of who they are, where they come from, and what this means for their place in the world and how they can use this position to be the best version of themselves and make a difference for others. You make a living by what you get, but you make a life but what you give.”