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  Goals and purpose
The key to our Generosity Council is a shared passion for helping others experience the same joy of generosity that we have. Our Council is a group of like-minded peers that meet several times a year to learn the latest trends and strategies in generosity, encourage each other in their journeys, and explore how to share the message of generosity with others. 

  A relational format
As a Generosity Council leader or member, you'll attend quarterly meetings that combine relational time, spiritual teaching, encouraging testimonies, and relevant training. Each meeting is typically between 1-2 hours long, and an NCF staff member will be available to guide the process. Together, your Council will grow in your ability to impact greater generosity and giving in your community and beyond.

  A connection to a local NCF office 
Since 1982, NCF has grown to become one of America’s largest non-profits with a nationwide network of local affiliate offices from Seattle to South Florida who help individuals and families simplify their giving and multiply their impact. These local offices also convene Generosity Councils in their community and provide the guidance, structure, support, and resources needed for success. 

  Simple, flexible vehicle
Unlike an NCF local affiliate office, a Generosity Council is just an informal gathering of peers. Instead of an independent organization, it's simple to start, doesn't require staff or a board of directors, and involves no administrative duties – thereby enabling the group's total focus on encouraging generosity. An NCF staff member is available to help as specific giving opportunities emerge, and the Council is flexible to meet local needs and allow for local creativity (agenda, number of meetings, degree of community involvement, etc.)

Multiply your impact
Have you ever wondered how much of your values are transferred to your children without saying a word? Listen to this moving testimony from Scott and Sarah Bass, givers from Franklin, North Carolina, who tell the very personal story of their dream ... read more

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Jonathan Harrison 
706 North Lindenwood Drive
Olathe, KS 66062
913.310.0279
jharrison@ncfgiving.com

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7171 W. 95th Street, Suite 501
Overland Park, KS 66212
913.310.0279 phone
913.227.0254 fax
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