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Broken for Good: The Way Charity Works In The United States of America is a full length documentary film in its third year of production and will open in theaters in Spring 2020. Broken for Good was slated for a much earlier release but had to be extended because of the myriad of revelations the filmmakers discovered during their research. What was once a 2 year film shoot has turned into a 5 year passion project, in part, because of the overwhelming praise and response from the charitable leaders. BROKEN FOR GOOD is based, in part, on the research and writings of professor Kathleen Robinson & author Jimmy LaRose. Also featured  in this documentary are Melinda Gates of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Dan Pallotta of the Charity Defense Council, Juanita Wheeler of Full & Frank, Nat Ware of 180 Degree Consulting and Diana Ruano of the UN Refugee Agency.

Documentary film maker Honnie Korngold and Director Cory Carroll filmed 40 interviews for BROKEN FOR GOOD with charitable executives in Denver & Colorado Springs this past November. Honnie is the founder of CineVantage Productions and will bring her film crew March 26-27, 2019 to Charleston, SC to capture the experiences of leaders attending National Association of Nonprofit Organization & Executives’ 2019 Board of Governors’ Convention & Expo.

Press Play Button Below to Preview BROKEN FOR GOOD Concept Reel:

Would You Like To Interviewed for Broken for Good?

The producers of this groundbreaking documentary would like interview all the charitable leaders going to Charleston in March. According to Honnie Korngold, CineVantage Studio Head, “We’re reaching out to NANOE members who have an opinion about the state of the charitable sector. If you or your team is interested in sharing your experiences on camera, please register for NANOE Charleston today!”

VISIT HERE TO MAKE YOUR RESERVATION FOR NANOE CHARLESTON

Broken For Good at NANOE Charleston, SC

IF YOU’RE COMING TO NANOE: Here’s Ten Fun Updates About March 26-27 (By NANOE Co-Founder Kathleen Robinson)

Join us March 26-27, 2019 in Charleston, SC where you and a wide-array of industry professionals from the public, private and charitable sectors will come together to tackle a new way of doing nonprofits. Vendors, CEOs, staff members, administrators, donors, board members and clergy who work or volunteer in the human welfare, education, healthcare, arts, animals, environmental and/or public benefit sectors will be attending to learn how to raise the millions we need to achieve significant impact.

#1 DAY ONE: Louis Fawcett, Kathleen Robinson, Jimmy LaRose, Gail Wilson & Cathy Parker will change the way you think about charity with their day one Keynote Addresses. Provocative, Entertaining and Tumultuous are the watch-words for day one!

#2 DAY TWO: Pick-A-Track! Jimmy LaRose will be hosting BUILDING CAPACITY for organizations that need to go from $0 to $10 million. Dr. Kathleen Robinson will be hosting BOOSTING CAPACITY for organizations that need to go from $10 to $100 million.

#3 IMPORTANT NEWS – For your convenience Convention & Expo will now be held at the N. Charleston Airport DoubleTree Hotel (instead of Trident Tech) to make your two-day experience a bit easier. Lets rest, socialize, network and learn ALL AT THE SAME LOCATION.

#4 Wegner CPAs will be hosting a Complimentary Wine & Beer Reception at the DoubleTree at 6:00pm on day one in the Lobby Lounge. A GOOD TIME WILL BE HAD BY ALL!

#5 Cause-Inspired Media is co-sponsoring this year’s event and will be onsite to show you how to SECURE YOUR $10,000 PER MONTH Google Ad Grant PLUS manage it in a way that raises you new dollars.

#6 Molly & Jason Bundy of Integrated Merchant Alliance (IMA) are this year’s recipients of NANOE’s Best Practice Philanthropist Medallion. Their team is also an event co-sponsor and will be on site to make sure you save thousands of dollars using your online donation platform.

#7 Anthony Charles Musician and Social Activist is the lead vocalist for Anthony Charles and The Blues Dolphins, a Chicago style Blues Quartet. Anthony will inspire you as he performs a variety of social impact songs at NANOE’s Convention & Expo.

#8 When you arrive the morning of March 26th visit the Governors’ Welcome Center and meet NANOE’s National Director, Tracy Ebarb. Tracy will make sure you receive your Governors’ Gift Package and have your picture taken on the Red Carpet Photo Walk.

#9 New Guidelines for Nonprofits has been COMPLETED and is now online in NANOE CENTRAL. Dr. Katheen Robinson’s third and final edition has been expanded to 1,000 pages. NANOE Members will receive a GUIDELINES TOUR during Convention & Expo.

#10 BIG NEWS – NANOE’s CNE, CDE & CNC Credentialing Platform has been completely overhauled and is now based on the updated edition of New Guidelines for Nonprofits. Don’t forget your event pass also incudes your paid credentialing fees.

VISIT HERE TO MAKE YOUR RESERVATION FOR NANOE CHARLESTON

Broken for Good: Documentary Film Shoot at NANOE Charleston was written by Jimmy LaRose – Jimmy LaRose’s passion for “people who give” has inspired philanthropists around the world to change the way they invest in nonprofits. His belief that donors are uniquely positioned to give charities what they truly need – leadership rather than money – is the basis for his work with individuals, governments, corporations and foundations, in the U.S., Europe, Asia & Middle East. Jimmy, in his role as author, speaker, corporate CEO & nonprofit CEO champions all of civil society’s vital causes by facilitating acts of benevolence that bring healing to humanity and advance our common good. Now, in his twenty-seventh year of service, his message that money is more important than mission and donors are more important than people or causes has resonated with policy institute scholars, social activists, doctoral students, business leaders, think tanks, nonprofit and NGO executives who rely on him and his team of veterans to meaningfully grow their charitable enterprise.

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