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The Generous Business A Guide for Incorporating Giving at Work

Author: National Christian Foundation
Date: 26.02.2013
Category: Resource Mobilization

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The emerging trend of the Generous Business is the subject of this resource guide from National Christian Foundation.  To help business owners incorporate giving at work, the guide begins with the story of one of the companies who are leading the way in giving, and it includes their practical suggestions on why and how to become a Generous Business.  Also included are case studies for three of the latest giving strategies that are being used by the country’s top experts to maximize the ability of business owners to give.  And finally, some of the most generous businessmen in the US share their firsthand insight on what it means to commit their lives and their companies for Christ.  The booklet includes a fascinating list of top 10 Tips for Building a Generous Business.

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Keywords: generosity, business, stewardship, giving, money, wealth, case studies, USA, resource mobilization

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