Tony Snow died young, left behind a family, and at the height of his earning potential, took a comparatively low-paying job in the White House. As a result, his children's financial future is by no means assured, especially their college educations.
Those of us who admired Tony have the opportunity to commemorate his life by donating to the Tony Snow family trust, contributing to his children's college funds. Via Market Watch:
Hat tip: Lucianne.com
Donations can be made directly to the Tony Snow Family Trust by either: sending a check made payable to the "Tony Snow Family Trust" to: Center for Health Transformation, Attn: Tony Snow Family Trust, 1425 K Street, NW, Washington, D.C. 20005 or going to http://www.healthtransformation.net/, which is the website for the Center for Health Transformation. Tony was working with The Center for Health Transformation on a cancer project with Geraldine Ferraro to help eliminate cancer as a cause of death.
Randy Evans, the grantor of the Trust, stated that, "Serving our country at times means sacrifice. Tony did just that. At a time when he was at the pinnacle of his career at FOX News, he was asked to serve his country and he gave up the financial rewards his future held. Having served his country well, Tony left the White House to earn money to help secure his children's future. Unfortunately, fighting cancer did not give him much time to do that, and so, the purpose of this Trust is to help achieve Tony's goal of securing his children's future including their college educations."