AN OPEN LETTER
TO OUR READERS
THE CONTINUATION OF “SUDDENLY SENIOR” IS IN JEOPARDY and needs your help.
For the past nine years, the creators of “Suddenly Senior,” Frank & Carolyn Kaiser, have poured their time, their money and their love into the production of the “Suddenly Senior” website, the most trusted senior site on the Web today, along with its oh-so-valuable e-mails of up-to-the-minute Medicare, Social Security, election year and other matters of national and international interest and concern to those of us who are, or have recently become, “seniors before their time.”
However, as Frank and Carolyn are seniors themselves, issues of health, Website production and related expenses, and the state of the economy, are taking their toll such that advertisers are not enough to pay for the continuation of Suddenly Senior.
Frank didn’t want to do this, but as the newest member of the Suddenly Senior Staff, I soon discovered the reality of the situation and asked to spearhead an appeal.
Where else could you find the 222 Best Senior Links, senior jokes, nostalgia and one of the best Senior Travel pages online all in one place and constantly updated? Not to mention all the helpful, money saving columns Frank writes about Medicare and affordable medicine.
I started last September, and I still haven’t gotten through all the available and valuable data on this site!
Today, won’t you “show the love”—the love you have for continuing this truly remarkable senior resource—by making a donation to the Kaisers either online just to the right of this letter or by check?
Remember, what you give really does come back.
Haven't you been eased, cheered, or blessed by what Suddenly Senior generously provides? Show your appreciation today.
Please use the option that suits you best. If you encounter any problems or would prefer to donate by mail, simply send a check to the address to the right.
Again, we greatly appreciate your support. We'll do our best to earn it.
Your contribution will help us continue to serve all of you who have suddenly become senior way before your time.