#44 Strategies to Give Back Through Both Your Business and Personal Giving Strategy with Jim Kelly, Founder, Rejuvenation HardwareSep 27, 2021
Jim Kelly, Founder of Rejuvenation Hardware, is joining us to discuss his personal giving strategy as well as his journey to giving also through his business. As a self-described anomaly foundation, they take a non-traditional approach to philanthropy where they keep things small and nimble so they can maintain a clear vision and goal, and effectively focus their giving efforts towards issues related to his personal interests.
If you’re interested in optimizing your impact through smarter decision-making so you can give your absolute best effort into supporting the nonprofits and organizations you care about, make sure to listen to this episode!
- How Jim’s business got started and led him into the world of philanthropy.
- It’s okay to say ‘no’ so you can focus on the issue areas issues you truly care about.
- Similarities and differences between his personal giving strategy and the company’s.
- Why he finds it more fulfilling to actively go out into the field and get involved with others.
- His words of encouragement and caution for fellow donors.
Links referenced in this podcast
- Click here to check out Rejuvenation Hardware’s website!
- Check out North Star Civic Foundation’s website here, an entrepreneurial foundation focused on the biggest threats facing us today, here!
If you enjoyed this episode, listen to these as well:
- #43 How To Be Treated Like a Person and Not a Transaction for Maximum Impact with Patrick Kirby, Founder, Do Good Better Consulting
- #42 Learn How One Person Navigated the Transition From Donor at Hewlett Foundation to Now Working as a Nonprofit Fundraiser with Cristina Jorda Kinney, Director of Institutional Philanthropy, Action for the Climate Emergency
- #41 Sybil Speaks: Don't Leave Money on the Table! 3 Strategies to Fully Support the Charities You Care About
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