TIAA volunteers, from left to right, are: Greg and Denise Boydston, Linda Smittle, Loretta Jennings, Larry James, Kate Rose, Max Post and Peggy Ripple.
One of Crossroads Community Service's goals is to ensure that all people in Dallas County have ready access to nourishing foods. A second Crossroads’ mission is to provide life skills education that can help clients accomplish goals that are important to them. Crossroads provides clothing to in-house pantry clients as well as clients from The Stewpot. Crossroads partners with educational and medical institutions in Dallas County in order to seek more holistic solutions to deeply entrenched social and economic problems.
Through the TI Foundation, TI retirees have long had the ability to match their donations to charitable organizations in education and arts, as well as United Way.
Her influence was monumental. Her manner was unassuming. Her generosity was legendary. And her smile was unforgettable. At 106, Margaret Milam McDermott was the personification of purpose. She died Thursday, leaving a decades-long legacy of giving and community involvement.
The TIAA Golf Tournament served as a kick-off to the TI United Way Campaign, as some 92 golfers teed off for the 19th annual event at the Woodbridge Golf Club in Wyle, TX.
TIAA is pleased to announce that TI’s “Perks at Work” program has been extended to former TIers who are also current members of TIAA.
OneExchange, the service TI retirees use to gain post-65 health insurance coverage and/or manage RRA reimbursements, has officially changed its name to Via Benefits.