“The time has come when the talents of the men of business shall be used to benefit the whole people…not for individual benefit alone, nor for individual aggrandizement alone, but for the benefit of the whole people, to uplift the masses, to rescue them from their poverty.” — George Q. Cannon
In recent years, my students, colleagues and I have sought to organize a new vehicle for assisting NGOs to build capacity and become more effective institutions. It’s called Global Change Agents, Inc. We’ve also assembled listings of Utah-based development and humanitarian organizations, many of which are now doing good around the globe. Others are our friends or partners, mostly based in the U.S., but also working throughout the world.
Finally, we included a few links having to do with global change agentry and the building of intentional/sustainable communities.
“Consecration & Stewardship: Latter-day Saints & Unemployment,” by Warner Woodworth in presentation to the Provo, Utah community, May 17, 2010.
Peace Activism in Utah. Warner Woodworth’s edited interview in the “Oral History of Utah Peace Activists Project,” published at Utah Valley University, Sutherland Archives, Spring 2012, Orem, Utah.
Global Change Agents, Inc.
Click Here for consultant description of our nonprofit enterprise that offers training, research, and technical assistance to informal groups, family foundations, and NGOs.
Third World development NGO listings with and without LDS connections
Click here to see a list of NGOs engaged in economic development and humanitarian efforts around the world.
“Verily I say, men should be anxiously engaged in a good cause, and do many things of their own free will, and bring to pass much righteousness: For the power is in them, wherein they are agents unto themselves.” — Doctrine and Covenants 58:27-28
Global Change Agentry Links
“Some men see things as they are and say, ‘Why?’ I dream of things that never were and say, ‘Why not?'” — Robert Kennedy