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Join us as we welcome back author ("Uncharitable" & "Charity Case"), disruptor and TED Speaker Dan Pallotta to talk about innovation in the nonprofit sector, Founder of Pallotta TeamWorks, Dan is also the inventor of the multi-day charitable event industry. Survivor spotlight Erin Skarda, writer and curator for NationSwell.
The President of the Church cannot alter the everlasting gospel. Liberals, however, know no boundaries and thus is a religion perfectly suited to the devil, and which has wormed its way inside of Moromonism and taken it over, transforming his ministers into ministers of righteousness. The hearts of the children (of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob) must be turned to the Fathers (Adam, Enoch, Melchizedek, Noah) lest the whole earth be smitten with a curse (the curse of Cain, saith the Lord) : "...those who have been forward in raising their voices against the South, will cry out against me as being uncharitable, unfeeling, unkind, and wholly unacquainted with the Gospel of Christ. It is my privilege then to name certain passages from the Bible, and examine the teachings of the ancients upon the matter as the fact is uncontrovertible that the first mention we have of slavery is found in the Holy Bible, pronounced by a man who was perfect in his generation, and walked with God. And so far from that prediction being averse to the mind of God, it remains as a lasting monument of the decree of Jehovah, to the shame and confusion of all who have cried out against the South, in consequence of their holding the sons of Ham in servitude. "And he said, Cursed be Canaan; a servant of servants shall he be unto his brethren." "Blessed be the Lord God of Shem; and Canaan shall be his servant" (Gen. 9:25, 26). the curse is not yet taken off from the sons of Canaan, neither will be until it is affected by as great a power as caused it to come; and the people who interfere the least with the purposes of God in this matter, will come under the least condemnation before Him; and those who are determined to pursue a course, which shows an opposition, and a feverish restlessness against the decrees of the Lord, will learn, when perhaps it is too late for their own good, that God can do His own work, without the aid of those who are not dictated by His counsel. Joseph Smith, DHC 2,p.438
Doug Sauer, CEO of the New York Council of Nonprofits, Inc. and Fred Scaglione, Editor of the New York Nonprofit Press will co-host "Nonprofit Voices" on May 12th at 10:00am. Nonprofit voices will welcome our guest Dan Pallotta, author of the book "Uncharitable." Dan is the founder of Pallotta TeamWorks, which created the multi-day, four-figure pledge minimum charitable fundraising event. "Uncharitable" ventures where no other book on the nonprofit sector has dared to go. Where other well-intended books suggest ways to improve performance within the existing nonprofit paradigm, Uncharitable argues that the paradigm itself is the problem, and calls into question our fundamental canons about charity. Uncharitable is a manifesto that puts a new cause on the map - equal economic rights for charity.
This episode of Solutions Radio by Robert Bailey features renowned author and philanthropist, DAN PALLOTTA.
Dan Pallotta is a leading expert in social entrepreneurship and social change marketing. He combined his passion for social change and his marketing skills to create the multi-day charitable fundraising event category. Inventor of the AIDSRides and Breast Cancer 3-Days, and chief architect of the bold advertising and marketing that made them so successful, he is directly responsible for raising over half a billion dollars for AIDS and breast cancer. His ideas are now used on dozens of multiday charitable events around the world that have raised in excess of a billion dollars in new money for important causes.
Dan is a 1983 graduate of Harvard University. He was elected to the school board in Melrose, Massachusetts at the age of twenty. He is a founding member of the UCLA AIDS Eradication Projects. He has received Brandweek’s “Best Cause-Related Event” Award, the Creative Vision Award from Liberty Hill Foundation, the Humanitarian of the Year award from Triangle, and the International Citizen of the Year award award from Albany State University. He is the author of "When Your Moment Comes," and "Uncharitable," from Tufts University Press, which has received wide acclaim in 2009, including reviews in the New York Times, The Economist, and The Stanford Social Innovation Review, which said it “deserves to be the nonprofit sector’s new manifesto.” He has spoken at Harvard Stanford, USC, UCLA, the University of Oregon, and Tufts, among others, and is a William Jefferson Clinton Distinguished Lecturer. He is a weekly contributor to the Harvard Business Review online.
For more information, visit http://www.danpallotta.com