Last May I interviewed Dan Owens for the Finding Justice Podcast, and after we finished up talking about the awesome work of Sixty Feet, I asked him a few questions about fundraising for a nonprofit organization.
My first question had to do with bridging the gap between one time donations and long-term, committed ministry partners. What started out as a curious question, blossomed in an awesome conversation that I’ve waited months to share with you.
Dan shares great insight for those who working ‘behind the curtain’ of ministry and nonprofit fundraising, as well as those of us who give to organizations.
Series Two — Episode Fourteen
Dan Owens & Sixty Feet
Dan is the man!
Dan and his wife Shelly helped found Sixty Feet in 2010. Since 2012, he has served as the president of the organization based in the U.S., and this year, they stepped into the role of interim Director of Operations and moved to Uganda with their 5 cool kids.
- Dan Owens from Sixty Feet
- Reflections from Dan Owens & Sixty Feet
- Sixty Feet in Uganda: New Homeward Bound Program
- Sixty Feet: Working Towards Long Term Solutions
I am excited to tell you all about Sixty Feet. They are really awesome and I love everything about them. From what they are doing to how they are going about it.
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