Redemptive Impact Accelerator: New Program for Nonprofit Leaders Celebrates First Successful Cohort!

Redemptive Impact Accelerator: New Program for Nonprofit Leaders Celebrates First Successful Cohort!

The Redemptive Impact Accelerator, a new training program for Executive Directors and staff of Central Valley nonprofits, will celebrate the end of its first cohort in June! This 14-week cohort is a collaborative training provided by Fresno Pacific University’s Center for Community Transformation, Every Neighborhood Partnership, Randy White & Associates, and the Ten Talents Foundation. 

The first cohort consists of leaders from ten local nonprofits. During the Redemptive Impact Accelerator sessions, these participants have learned practical tools to ensure their organizations are making measurable impact, their team is unified, and they remain healthy leaders. 

“Redemptive Leadership is marked not by an ambition to live for ourselves, or even just to improve ourselves. Instead, redemptive leadership is about patiently rewiring our motives, worldview, imagination, and practices around dying to self—becoming more surrendered, humble, accountable, generous, and rested.”

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During the Friday sessions, participants have learned  from local experts about:

  • Organizational Identity
  • Program Development 
  • Storytelling
  • Fundraising
  • Team Building
  • Grant Development
  • Impact Measurement

After a teaching session, cohort members are then given “homework” to apply what they’ve learned to their organization in real time. Participants then return the following week and update the group on their progress.

The next Redemptive Impact Accelerator cohort will launch in the fall! Learn more about this one-of-a-kind program through the link below.

Including Ministries in Your Will or Trust

Including Ministries in Your Will or Trust

Including Ministries You Love in Your Will or Trust (with guidelines & intentionality)

Have you included the causes, ministries, or nonprofits you love in your will or trust?

Are you interested in creating a family culture of giving? Do you want to leave assets to an organization, but you’re concerned one day they will change and start operating contrary to your values?

When you allocate assets in your will or trust to your Giving Fund (DAF) with the Ten Talents Foundation you can give to organizations you love long-term with guidelines and intentionality. Designating resources to your Giving Fund (DAF) in your will or trust allows you to: 

  • Create a family culture of giving.
    Leave giving instructions for family members on how to manage the Giving Fund. This empowers your family to carry out a culture of generosity for generations.
  • Ensure the giving aligns with your values.
    Some individuals are hesitant to include a nonprofit or ministry in their will or trust out of fear the organization will eventually stop operating in line with the person’s values. Putting your assets in a Giving Fund (DAF) allows you to leave guidelines a ministry must meet in order to receive gifts out of your Fund.

If you have questions about including a Giving Fund (DAF) in your will or trust we are here to help. Don’t have a will or trust? If you need help setting up a will or trust, contact Ten Talents and we will direct you to the right next steps!