How To Cultivate Positivity and Generosity Amidst COVID-19

As COVID-19 numbers continue to climb across the world, it’s easy to become disheartened and afraid. We are often reminded of the darker sides of humanity, constantly weighed down by news reports, or people selfishly endangering others with their actions. Yet it is in these moments that I am reminded of an anecdote of Fred Rogers, “My mother would say to me, ‘Look for the helpers. You will always find people who are helping.’

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A Dream Come True

I was at Oasis Church in Los Angeles in 2008 when Pastor Philip Wagner first brought the global clean water crisis to the congregation’s attention. It was a heartbreaking reality that I hoped I could help remedy. I listened intently and told myself I would make a difference somehow. That day God planted a seed in my heart.

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Generous Generation

Generosity is over a decade strong- our collaborative efforts have brought the hope of clean water to over half a million people and 20 nations. So how did it all start? Today, we chat with Philip Wagner co-founder of Generosity to learn how it all began.

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Saving Haiti One Drop At A Time

Haiti is a country located in the Caribbean Sea having a population of around 11.4 million. Haiti freed itself from the colonial rule of France in 1804. However, the economic, political, social difficulties, & several natural disasters,

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What’s My Purpose?

This has become a common question people are asking themselves in light of the pandemic, social injustice, economic uncertainty, political division, and so many other

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Why I Chose Generosity…

Hello! My name is Antonia Buban. I’m a Texas native living in Los Angeles, and I see life as a collection of different places, people, and experiences. When I visit somewhere new, the moments I remember most are the people: the man who sold his paintings on the streets of Athens, or the sweet laugh of a young girl who took me by the hand on the streets of Delhi. These are the sacred

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New tax laws benefit nonprofit giving in 2020!

CARES Act for Nonprofits – Friday, March 27, the Congress passed and the President signed into law the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, a $2 trillion economic stimulus package legislated to provide immediate relief for nonprofits

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What’s My Purpose?

This has become a common question people are asking themselves in light of the pandemic, social injustice, economic uncertainty, political division, and so many other

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Saving Haiti One Drop At A Time

Haiti is a country located in the Caribbean Sea having a population of around 11.4 million. Haiti freed itself from the colonial rule of France in 1804. However, the economic, political, social difficulties, & several natural disasters,

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Generosity.org LinkedIn Article - June 2020

Grow your business! And, change the world.

“Businesses thrive when they partner with or invest in human charities.” – Katie Coates
The evidence is overwhelming; small to medium businesses reap numerous benefits from partnering with nonprofit organizations.

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Generous Generation

Generosity is over a decade strong- our collaborative efforts have brought the hope of clean water to over half a million people and 20 nations. So how did it all start? Today, we chat with Philip Wagner co-founder of Generosity to learn how it all began.

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Clean Water should be a RIGHT, not a PRIVILEGE.

As of 2020, 844 million people still lack clean water.Water is thought to be the single most renewable resource of the world, and it is. However, our growing needs and the uneven distribution of freshwater around the world have put such a stress on this renewable resource that we now face what the UN calls The Global Water Crisis.

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A Dream Come True

I was at Oasis Church in Los Angeles in 2008 when Pastor Philip Wagner first brought the global clean water crisis to the congregation’s attention. It was a heartbreaking reality that I hoped I could help remedy. I listened intently and told myself I would make a difference somehow. That day God planted a seed in my heart.

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