Generosity-genrozt [n] "a Gracious Act That Creates A Joyful Ache Every Time It Is Remembered"
Memories of Generosities and Gratitude Including Reflections by 29 Scholars of Our Lady of Destiny Catholic SchoolBook - 2012
GENROZT (n) "a gracious act that creates a joyful ache every time it is remembered"Stephen Kahnert has distilled 30 years of fundraising expertise into this book on the lasting impact gracious acts have on recipients. He captures the generous spirits and exceptional actions of people as diverse as the founder of a world reknown theatre company and a beloved Latin teacher ... a grandmother walking the Underground Railroad and a Quaker college that welcomes an ex-fighter pilot. professor.GENROZT includes 10 ten chapters by the author, one by a quartet of his friends who answered his question "Whose gracious act to you do you most recall?", plus 29 elementary school scholars at his youngest sons' Our Lady of Destiny School in Des Plaines, IL.Stephen calls readers to rekindle and write out, then buy a stamp and mail the GENROZT that has been etched on their lives. Not only to remember, but also to honor the individual who made that profound difference.No emails. No tweets. Read his book then become part of the movement. The time has come!Share your personal story at stories@generosity-GENROZT.com"...Will be found on the desks of fundraisers and public relations officers, college Presidents and their volunteer leaders ...My hope is that this book will inspire others to have the courage to express their generous selves..." Alice B. Hayes, President (Ret.) University of San Diego"In this collection, Stephen has presented us role models, a "storied: approach to our spiritual selves, and a means toward self-mastery." Dave Hilliard, President & CEO, Wyman Center in St. Louis and The Wyman National Network
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