Generous Kids

This is more of a teaser than anything else. I’ve been thinking about this for some time. I’d like to add a monthly feature where I’ll  review a book that encourages people to think about philanthropy. Generous Kids will be the first book I plan to review.
The second book I plan to review is Donna Vanliere’s The Christmas Shoes. This book was suggested to me by Chris Beach back in July. If you have any suggestions for books I should add to my reading list please let me know.  I’m not looking for textbooks.  I’m looking for story books, kids books, or short stories. Basically, books that cultivate a culture of philanthropy in a unique way.
About Benjamin Mohler

Benjamin Mohler is Vice President of Institutional Advancement for the Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS). In this role, he oversees the KCTCS Office of Philanthropy and Alumni Engagement and the KCTCS Office of Grants and Sponsored Programs. With 16 colleges and more than 70 campuses, KCTCS is the Commonwealth’s largest postsecondary institution. He also serves as executive director of the KCTCS Foundation, Inc.

Mohler most recently served as assistant vice president for development at Eastern Kentucky University. His background also includes key advancement roles at The University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Cedarville University, and The University of Texas at Austin.

He earned a master’s degree in philanthropy and development from St. Mary’s University of Minnesota and a bachelor’s degree in communication arts from Cedarville University. He is a Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) and has earned the Advanced Certified Fundraising Executive (ACFRE) credential. He currently serves on the ACFRE Board.

Mohler was named to Charlotte Business Journal's "Forty Under 40" in 2013 and the AFP Bluegrass Chapter honored him with their Exemplary Service Award in 2015.

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