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Fundraising Voices from Ruffalo Noel Levitz

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Mar 29, 2019

What would you do if you were lucky enough to come into a bit of money? Buy an expensive car? A big house? Or would you do something more people are considering -- start a family foundation and try to make a difference in the world? Well, that's what Suzanne Skees and the Skees Family Foundation have done. But they're doing it differently. With over 40 family members involved (some younger than 8 years old) and unrestricted grants to charities across the globe, they have something different and special. Suzanne's just released My Job #2, a book that spotlights the stories of people whose lives are changing all over the world, and I got her on the line to talk about the Foundation, how the family works together, and the power of storytelling.

You can get your copy of My Job (both editions) at: myjobstories.org.

And find out more about the Skees Family Foundation, including their blog at: skees.org

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