"It is actually hard to put into words the feeling I had meeting and joining with the Memphis 'giving' community at the LPBC Signature Breakfast hosted by Smith & Nephew and in partnership with The Martin Institute for Teaching Excellence in August, 2014. To see living embodiments of real and true compassion and caring for others, all gathered in one place gave me some sense of the astounding range, depth and sustained good works the business community in Memphis is doing. It was clear to me that those doing this incredible work, reaching those in real need of hope and help, not only 'wish' that others would not suffer, but the Memphis Business community is taking responsibility to personally decrease suffering in the world. I'm so happy to have had this honor, and truly do appreciate the warmth, generosity, and complete kindness I always experience whenever I come to Memphis. Thank you all so much."
Thank you for taking the time to teach me some new ideas about storytelling in the digital world! I am excited to implement your tips and best practices. Thank you for all you do to support local nonprofits and their good words by providing this valuable training.
"It was very revealing. I had no idea of the broad range of community outreach initiatives involved by the sponsoring members. This is the most positive movement that I have seen in Memphis in a long time and is surely needed. I really enjoyed my visit."
"In so many ways, Memphis is a rich city. We are rich in compassion. We are rich in charitable contributions, and we are rich in volunteerism. The Lipscomb Pitts Breakfast Club develops those assets. They are a vital resource, which brings the community together"
Lipscomb Pitts Breakfast Club is redefining the business consciousness of its city...it's an amazingly thin place where Business Intersects with Purpose to fuel community transformation. Seeing first-hand the collaboration between community and business leaders through hands-on SERVICE to inject HOPE into the lives of the most vulnerable of their city in the most truest form of humanity, is truly a sight to behold...I'm convinced that the LPBC model for community transformation should be duplicated for other cities as a catalyst for putting a new face to what SERVANT LEADERSHIP should look like for a healthy city."
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