Welfont recently interviewed one of our clients Master’s Commission, a religious-based nonprofit helping young Americans and people internationally. Its director and CEO Lloyd Zeigler and president Derrek Sullivan shared their vision and past successes of the organization by bringing people together through God. They explained how charitable gifts, like funding through the IRS Section 170 Bargain Sale, may foster prosperity and spread hope.
Nonprofits Bring Hope
“As a Pastor, I saw great groups of young people that were energetic and showed a great deal of hope. Then, as they graduated from high school it seemed like we kept losing about 70 to 80 percent of them because they didn’t really know their purpose in life. Those young people had amazing, powerful youth groups in school but once they got out into the world, it seemed like they were not prepared to jump into adulthood yet. Something was missing. Master’s Commission gave us the tools and the opportunity to help them grow. They found who God was, and through Him, they found out who they were” …Lloyd Zeigler
Zeigler explained how the organization reaches its goals. Ultimately, once a person gets close to the real things of life, he or she inevitably discovers their own identity. This is a goal Master’s Commission has been successfully accomplishing for over thirty years.
Welfont is proud to stand with people like Lloyd Zeigler and Derrek Sullivan, who work to make the world a better place. Using the IRS Section 170 Bargain Sale, Welfont’s mission is to help many entrepreneurs connect with nonprofit organizations. Together, entrepreneurs and nonprofits obtain a mutual benefit to society.
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