The Tinker message is a great one: an organization with a small staff can help many interesting and deserving, but poor, people. A recent example of a writer intrigued by what the Tinker Association is doing can be found at the New York Social Diary.
As Nancy A. Ruhling writes:
Through the years, The Annie Tinker Association for Women has helped a variety of people, including the first woman to hold a pilot’s license in Hungary; a member of a girl group that was the lead-in act for singer Pearl Bailey; and a dancer whose eponymous avant-garde troupe dazzled audiences around the world.
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