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Category: Giving Back
One of the amazing perks of building wealth is being able to give to organizations that you feel passionate about. This way, we can “Be The Change” we want to see in our world (as Gandhi said).
The “Be the Change” segment features charitable organizations that are doing good in the United States. As we start to build our wealth, it is an honor to give back to our neighbors in need. This section will highlight charities that need our support and we’ll discuss why charitable giving should be a part of our wealth-building plan.
For our “Be The Change” segment this month, we are featuring Feeding America. They are the nation’s largest domestic hunger-relief organization. Together with individuals, charities, businesses and government, their goal is to end hunger in our country.
I’ve invited the Director of Communications, Zuani Villarreal to tell us more about the organization. We’re also going to discuss the state of hunger in our country, how this affects our nation’s children and what we can do about it.
Charitable giving can feel difficult or even impossible when we’re in debt and barely scraping by. When we’ve lifted ourselves up to a position of financial strength and confidence, giving back feels like the right thing to do.
Sharing the wealth with our neighbors in need is a privilege and an honor.
For our “Be The Change” segment this month, we are featuring Sandy Hook Promise. This is an organization dedicated to preventing gun violence in our nation’s schools. I’ve invited the Co-founder and Managing Director, Nicole Hockley to tell us more about the organization. We’re also going to discuss what we can do as parents, neighbors, and community leaders to prevent gun violence where we live.
For our “Be the Change” segment this month, we are featuring Thorn – an organization that is dedicated to eliminating child sex abuse from the internet.
I’ve invited the Lead of Marketing and Partnerships, Sarah Potts, to tell us more about this organization. We’re also going to discuss why this deplorable situation for children is on the rise and a lot of it is here in the United States.
For our “Big Give” segment this month, we are featuring Together We Rise, a nonprofit organization dedicated to transforming the way youth navigate through the foster care system in America. I’ve invited the Donor Relations Manager, Steven Macias, to tell us more about the organization.
We’re also going to discuss the state of foster care in our country.