August Message from Greg Johnson and Maggie Monroe Richter

Dear Friends, Fellow Family Caregivers, and Readers,

WHERE THINGS COME TOGETHER..POINTS OF INTERSECTION…WE ALL KNOW THEM!

INTERSECTIONS INTERNATIONAL has founded a brilliant organization that allows these points – points where either conflict or understanding may result in points of healing, understanding, growth and blessings for all. For as we understand each other, we help to bring true PEACE to this world for it begins with us.

Intersections International is one of the Co-Chair organizations for the NYC PARTNERSHIP FOR FAMILY CAREGIVING CORPS. Our relationship began because of their incredible work with returning and long returned Veterans but as always that was only the beginning. In FAMILY CAREGIVING, Intersections International CONITNUED to Name It; Know its Many Faces.

FAMILY CARINGIVING………….AN INTERSECTION OF THE WORLD

Intersections is dedicated to building respectful relationships among diverse individuals and communities to forge common ground and develop strategies that promote justice, reconciliation, and peace. Intersections is involved in a myriad of programs dedicated to promoting peace and understanding. To learn more about Intersections and the work they do, please watch their video.

Onward,
Greg

 

Thank you, Greg, and EmblemHealth for all you do to help corporations, individuals and communities come together at one of our most important human intersections: Caregiving.

Here at Intersections International, we work across lines of difference with communities in conflict to promote justice, reconciliation and peace. We are honored to participate in the NYC Partnership for Family Caregiving Corps, where we advance our mission through helping corporations and caregivers come together — to name and know the many faces of caregiving. Reaching millions through social media and meeting individuals face-to-face through dialogue and arts events, Intersections works to create lasting change — and we invite you to learn more about us through our video.

With thanks,

Maggie Monroe Richter, Director of Advancement Intersections International