Cultivating a culture of generosity in your organizations
“Generosity is not giving me that which I need more than you do, but it is giving me that which you need more than I do.” - Khalil Gibran
Whether you are a nonprofit or faith leader looking to inspire giving from your donors or a corporate leader encouraging a greater sense of volunteerism among your employees, there is no doubt that fostering a spirit of generosity is key to adding a sense of meaning and purpose to our lives and work.
Rodney has spent years working with individuals and groups to discover the power of a giving practice, whether that is making consistent donations to meaningful causes, volunteering, or coaching nonprofit boards on how to ask for support. Speaking authentically from lived experiences about how giving transformed his life, Rodney connects with audiences through vulnerable storytelling, thought-provoking questions, and actionable exercises on the power of a generous life.
What People are Saying
"Rodney developed a Money and Me support group in our congregation where we could each reflect on our own story around money. I participated in one of the early groups and had some deep learnings about why it was hard for me as a pastor to ask people to give due to some of my own hang-ups around money.
Rodney helped me realize the importance of healing my own issues around money so that I can powerfully invite people to give as a way to grow in faith.
I am happy to recommend Rodney Eric Lopez to congregations and pastors looking to build a ministry of giving and stewardship."
Founding Pastor, New Day Church