“The small group reading surpassed my expectations. I really enjoyed the small intimate setting. Thanks again. I thought this format was fantastic.”
If you would like to contribute to the fundraiser, you can do so here with a note to direct the amount to the fundraiser.
$100 donation per person
2-hour group reading via GoToMeeting
Small group size, no more than 6 people.
First names only or pseudonyms will be used for client privacy.
“You were spot on! Incredible you knew me and what I am experiencing in my life and that you were able to quickly articulate it. I was concerned about having a group reading and my concerns vanished with your offer of my using a pseudonym. I highly recommend a group session and an individual one-on-one consultation with William.”
“William was very clear and insightful in my reading. What I most appreciated was his honesty and directness regarding timing and when to take action. I also appreciated hearing other's readings; I found it fascinating to hear William's guidance and how it helped everyone gain clarity and direction. If anyone is considering joining the small group reading - don't hesitate. Do It!!!”
“William gave me specific advice as to how to address a longstanding problem. I left the reading feel excited and hopeful, as I now had specific strategies I could employ to improve my situation.”
“William is an astrologer's astrologer. I've studied astrology for many years, but William always brings new insights into chart interpretation.”
“I had no idea that something I have worried about for years would be evident to William. He is very gifted.”
“William is fantastic, and was very helpful. He knew exactly what was going on with me just by looking at my chart. Thank you again, William!”
According to the GHCF website, "After receiving an overwhelming number of inquiries from citizens and companies who want to help, Mayor Sylvester Turner and County Judge Ed Emmett have established the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund that will accept tax-deductible flood relief donations for victims affected by the recent floods.The fund will be housed at the Greater Houston Community Foundation, a 501(c)(3) public charity."
From Forbes Magazine:
"Why give to the GHCF? Maislin says that between calls to the mayor’s office and the GHCF, they get a good sense of needs that aren’t being met. A committee of business and community leaders will approve grants as they go out. In the near term, that will mean grants for housing, clothing, and transportation. For example, someone might have lost a car in the floods and need alternative transportation so they can keep their job—that’s an efficient use of philanthropic funds to keep a family economically independent."
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