DO YOU NEED FREE PERSONAL ADVICE?
Not sure where to turn? This is the place where younger generations connect with Cyber-Grandparents for confidential, personal, and empathetic guidance.
How Does It Work?
- Click on the button above, you will be directed to our desktop site to complete a short form. For the best possible response, be detailed when describing your issue.
- Your letter will be matched with the most suitable Elder, or your letter will be sent to the Elder you chose. (Selecting a specific Elder is OPTIONAL and is not necessary to receive a reply.)
- Within a few days, a personal and private notice will arrive in your e-mail inbox alerting you that your advice is ready!
- You will log into the secure EWC site to read your advice and if desired continue the dialog with your Elder
Terms of Service: Please read below before you submit your question
The ElderWisdomCircle™ responds to each and every request, but we are PROHIBITED from offering a few types of replies:
- ANY type of question that requires medical, tax, legal or investment opinion or advice of any nature is against our non-profit charter and by-laws and cannot be answered.
- Our Elders are primarily based in the United States; we will not be able to answer letters that require a comprehensive understanding of cultural norms, career or educational structures outside of the US.
- Questions submitted with insufficient information or detail to allow a proper reply cannot be answered.
- Obscure questions that require specialized knowledge not likely held by the general American population cannot be answered.
- Requests to assist with homework, projects, business plans or similar tasks cannot be answered
All submissions become the property of the ElderWisdomCircle. Your e-mail address will never be shared with anyone outside the EWC. All users have the option at submission to make their letters and accompanying replies private; private letters will never be viewable by the public in any form. If you choose to make your letter public, it will be searchable in our public archives and may appear as a featured letter on our site or in our weekly syndicated column.