Faith and Money Network
Workshop, May 17, 6:30-8:00 pm
Justice Giving: An Opportunity for Reflection
Potters House, Washington DC
Can our giving help create justice? How and to whom we give matters, of course, but the impact of our giving is also determined by our intentions and approach. As people of faith and values, we are challenged in a consumer culture to align our resources with our beliefs and loves. Both this internal alignment and an orientation toward justice giving depend on our spiritual discernment. Mark Ewert’s participatory and informative workshop will call us into reflection toward greater clarity and purpose for our charitable use of money.
Mark Ewert combines leadership coaching with philanthropy advising. He is an International Coaching Federation, Professional Certified Coach (PCC) and a Chartered Advisor in Philanthropy (CAP). Within his focus of building generous communities, Mark works as a philanthropy coach for individuals and families, as a nonprofit leadership coach, and a stewardship consultant for faith-based communities. A Unitarian Universalist, Mark is author of the book, The Generosity Path: Finding the Richness in Giving.