Stronger Philanthropy is pleased to partner with five other sponsors to host the Soul Way Retreat, a weekend Niagara Falls getaway on February 1-3, 2019 to be introduced to the Enneagram and Christian Contemplative Spirituality with Omaha-based Chris & Phileena Heuertz. The Enneagram exposes nine ways we lie to ourselves about who we think we are, nine ways we can come clean … Read More
One of Stronger Philanthropy’s clients, Bridgeway Foundation, is now receiving LOIs for a round of grants from charities in Cambridge, Ontario. In past years, this has been an “open” application process where any charity in Cambridge was welcomed to apply. However, this year Bridgeway Foundation decided to have a “closed” process with only invited charities eligible to apply. Invitations … Read More
Mark Petersen’s book on philanthropy as being more than a transaction, but a transformational and life-changing pilgrimage, was recognized on June 15, 2018 in Mississauga, Ontario with a Word Guild Award in the category of Best Non-Fiction General Market Life Story. The Word Guild recognizes exceptional writing done by Canadian Christians on an annual basis.
Love Giving Well: The Pilgrimage of Philanthropy was recently profiled by Hilborn Charity e-News in a review written by Victoria BC’s Joanne Specht. She says, “When I first started reading this book, it was a “work” book. Don’t misunderstand – I wanted to read it but it was definitely not considered a “relax at home on the couch” kind of … Read More
Interested in social innovation, and eager to see some grassroots efforts towards sustainable, innovative change? Join us for an evening to honor the 2018 cohort of Spark Initiative finalists. Each one of the nine finalists will have an opportunity to present their big idea, and we will also hear from the experience of Jeremy Bryant (Mealshare) from 2016. Tickets are … Read More
Mark Petersen’s book, Love Giving Well: Philanthropy as Pilgrimage (Cascade Books), was recently featured in the bimonthly May-June issue of Faith Today. In “Raising Money Without Losing Our Souls”, reviewer Larry Matthews writes that “Giving well is sweaty, get-your-hands-and-feet-dirty work essential to good stewardship.” He also calls this book “surprising”. Read the whole article here to find out why. Order your copy of … Read More