Generosity: A Young Married Couple’s Perspective

Generosity: A Young Married Couple’s Perspective

          Generosity: A Young Married Couple’s Perspective In December 2018, John and Jourdan Gandy adopted twins, a boy and a girl. Though their house is now considerably noisier and overrun with toys, they remain as devoted as ever to...
Women’s Luncheon

Women’s Luncheon

          Women’s Luncheon   On March 3rd, we were joined by women from the Chattanooga nonprofit community and our board for our Women’s Luncheon. The event’s theme was “Celebrating Christian Generosity.”...
Young Givers Awards First Grant

Young Givers Awards First Grant

Young Givers Awards First Grant Young Givers, a giving circle made up of individuals ages 18-40, which focuses its philanthropic efforts of assisting nonprofits, faith communities and individuals, has awarded its first grant. The collective group of donors met in...
5 Lessons on Generosity from a Philanthropic Leader

5 Lessons on Generosity from a Philanthropic Leader

5 Lessons on Generosity from a Philanthropic Leader Rob Martin has been in Christian ministry and philanthropy since the 1980s, including serving two decades as the executive director of First Fruit, a philanthropic foundation. He puts his experience to use coaching...
Generosity: A Financial Advisor’s Perspective

Generosity: A Financial Advisor’s Perspective

          Generosity: A Financial Advisor’s Perspective “We don’t look at charitable donations as a gift. They’re an investment,” according to Bart Rolen, CEO of Southeastern Trust Company, a boutique trust and investment firm headquartered in...
3 Tips for Year End Giving

3 Tips for Year End Giving

          3 Tips for Year End Giving   Christmas is a time to think of others. Everyone loves a heartwarming story at Christmas. Yet, in the frenzy of shopping for gifts and getting ready for parties, it is easy to miss the sweet moments when...