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, CFRE, ACFRE has a keen interest in understanding the connection between culture and the practice of philanthropy. His experiences working with international nonprofit organizations, extensive international travel, together with his graduate work at Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota and leadership roles with local nonprofits combine to produce his expertise in this area. He’s also a big baseball fan.

Mohler is the Assistant Vice President for Development at Eastern Kentucky University. Prior to his current role, he held key roles with The William States Lee College of Engineering at UNC Charlotte, Cedarville University, and The Cockrell School of Engineering at the University of Texas at Austin. He is a Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE), Advanced Certified Fundraising Professional (ACFRE), and serves AFP at an international level, including his current role chairing the publishing committee for the AFP Fund Development Series.

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