Jim Morgan joins "Into the night" with Pastor Mike Douglass of Advancing Vibrant Communities in Modesto, CA.
Interview with Jim Morgan of Meet the Need: Should the Church Return to "Normal" in the wake of COVID-19? Was the church healthy before COVID-19? Thought providing interview about the church in America, and if God is doing a new thing...and "do (we) not perceive it?" (Isaiah 43:19).
Jim Morgan Shares his Journey to Create Meet The Need on CITYCOMMIT's Digital Coffee Series.
Brian Yost, Co-Founder and President of CITYCOMMIT, sits down with Jim Morgan as a part of their Digital Coffee Series. As a former Investment Banker on Wall Street, Legislative Aid to a U.S. Congressman on Capitol Hill, MBA from the University of Chicago and 15 years as a Management Consultant to Fortune 500 companies, Jim was in the midst of a solid business career. He searched for volunteer opportunities with local churches and Christian charities but struggled to find something that would take advantage of the skills he had to offer. Read More...
Jim Morgan joins 1Word Podcast to discuss leadership differences in the business and ministry spheres.
Jim Morgan, President and CEO of Meet the Need, joins the show to discuss his story of shifting from a very successful business career into the ministry world. We get to ask Jim about how he came into the world of ministry, what made him go that direction, and what the ministry he started is all about! Jim provides great wisdom for young professionals navigating career and calling today. Learn more at www.1wordbrand.com.
Tampa Bay Non-profit Helps Solve Hunger Problem
TAMPA, Florida -- A Tampa Bay area non-profit is doing its part to help eliminate hunger by creating software that helps save food that would otherwise be wasted or thrown out. Jim Morgan, founder of Meet the Need, said his company has partnered with Feeding America, a national network of food banks to develop an online food rescue marketplace.
Software Helps Groups Spread Charity More Evenly
TAMPA, Florida – With the holidays upon us, local charities are kicking their giving seasons into high gear, and one local non-profit has developed software to help charities efficiently serve the less fortunate, and to make sure resources are spread evenly and fairly. "Some families might get a lot of help…others might get left out because of limited resources," said Jim Morgan, founder of Meet the Need.
Nonprofit’s founder meets need for Free Software
TAMPA - Jim Morgan was living the fast life 12 years ago, charging banks $470 an hour for consulting advice and traveling four days a week, when he dreamed up his worst business idea.He would develop a software program that would help churches run their food banks and toy drives more efficiently.He would give away his product for free. “Who else is going to spend 10 years and spend millions to make this software to give it away?” said Morgan, 47. “It’s one of the worst business ideas you could ever think of.”
Meet The Need endorses Unconditional The Movie
Meet The Need Ministries, Inc. announces collaboration on ACT campaign with the endorsement of Unconditional the movie. The ACT campaign challenges moviegoers to become proactive in volunteering and mentoring children and youth in their communities. With many ministry partners on board across the nation for the September 21st release, Unconditional has become a catalyst to connect individuals with local serving opportunities.
Central Arkansas Community Urged to Participate in Early Childhood Reading Initiative
In response to the staggering statistic that almost 31 percent of fourth-grade students in the three Pulaski County school districts read below grade level, a collaborative community effort called AR Kids Read was launched on Tuesday. With a goal of having all third-grade students reading at third-grade level before moving ahead, the backbone of the initiative will be volunteers who commit to a minimum of 30 minutes each week.
Christian Emergency Network and ASSIST News Combine to Help Believers Respond to Colorado Fires
ANTHEM, AZ (ANS) -- With hundreds of homes destroyed, tens of thousands displaced in Colorado,
and now at least 3 million people on the East Coast without power in extreme heat conditions, many believers across the country may be wondering how they can help those in distress.
ASSIST News asked Mary Marr, of the Arizona-based Christian Emergency Network (CEN) , for some practical ways American Christians can respond.
Online Resources Connect McKinney Volunteers with Community Needs
Thanks to technology that matches local charities with people willing to lend a hand, volunteers in McKinney can sign up to help their favorite cause. It’s as easy as scanning the computer and clicking a mouse.
The spark of invention that led to McKinney charities using a new Internet platform called Meet the Need started 10 years ago in Atlanta with a man named Jim Morgan. He went to his church to ask how he could make a difference in the community, saying he wanted to volunteer outside the church walls.