Changing Lives: What will you be doing in 100 years?

In the early 1900's, Anna Frothingham volunteered for organizations that fought for the rights of women. When she died at the age of 90 in 1939, she left a major bequest to the Permanent Fund for Boston. Today, Anna is helping Ingrid Trench build a healthier life for herself and her children with the help of a group called Health Leads.

Former Boston Foundation Program Officer Allison Bauer: "Not only do the doctors that Ingrid sees prescribe her medicine when needed, but more importantly, they give her prescriptions for things like child care, food, food stamps -- which are all the very things that she needs in order to stay healthy and to do what the Boston Foundation is aiming to do: create healthy people and healthy places."