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Sitting in churches all across the US are men and women whom God has gifted with exceptional “business sense.” They know how to do business, how to create jobs and the power of work to lift people out of poverty. In fact, over one billion people have been lifted out of poverty since 1990 and two-thirds of that was due to business and job creation rather than government and charitable aid?
Engaging the business-minded and leveraging the power of business is one of the greatest opportunities for the church in the 21st Century. With that in mind, Significant Matters created the SAT Catalyst Fund; a “hands-on” impact investment fund for congregations and their business-minded donors who want to engage in job creation, entrepreneurship and Business as Mission (BAM) through their church.
It’s our plan to be the catalyst that sparks 1,000 churches to step into this space. In the same way the church wrote the story of Rescue Missions, hospitals, schools and most all of the early forms of social services it can write the story of business as mission. See how the SAT Catalyst Fund can help your church @ SAT Catalyst Fund
Learn more about Significant Matters and our work with churches committed to moving beyond helping that hurts @ Significant Matters | SATtalks
Wayne McDaniel, Founder & CEO Generous Vision/Managing Director SAT Catalyst Fund, Lawrence, KS.
Wayne is a Certified Financial Planning Practitioner (CFP) and a Chartered Advisor in Philanthropy (CAP) with over 35 years’ experience working with individuals and families on financial strategies. His personal life mission, since 1990, has been to help people increase their capacity to live and to give.
Wayne, and his wife, Jude, are committed to doing whatever they can to make the world a better place. They believe, “we are here on earth to help others and whatever God has blessed us with is for us to bless others.” He has taken an active and entrepreneurial role as a board member for Significant Matters since 2009.
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