In 2005, Saul Rosenblum, took his first step into a healthy, active lifestyle and didn’t stop until he had completed the NYC Marathon. Along the way, he sparked a grassroots fundraising campaign for a food pantry and raised more than $40,000 in less than three weeks–without a website or software. Saul was hooked on the concept of using healthy activity to raise funds for charity. Energized, Saul co-founded a not-for-profit organization that paired healthy activities with charitable fundraising and raised over $600,000 for causes in less than three years. Pained by the facts that smaller organizations were at a disadvantage in the peer-to-peer world, and that larger organizations were forced to invest so much time and effort into events that their staff and fundraising suffered, Saul conceived The Generosity Series: a multi-charity peer to peer platform that removes the heavy lifting, risk, and expense that typically accompany Run/Walk events so that charities can do more with less and raise and retain more money for mission. . Now with events in nine locations (and growing!) The Generosity Series has empowered more than 100 Charity Partners to raise over seven and a half million dollars.
Generosity’s Core values:
Engage in something meaningful to enrich lives. Approach Challenges with unstoppable innovation. Combine openmindedness with optimism to make things work. Be relentless in your efforts to meet the needs & reinforce the strengths of communities.
Saul combined his experiences as an all-star peer-to-peer fundraiser, a nonprofit founder & board member, and a successful entrepreneur to launch the Generosity Series. An expert builder, Saul enjoys dreaming up how to make every event better than the last. Read his full story above.
Dave doesn't "believe" that ordinary people can change the world, he KNOWS it. As Co-founder and COO of The Generosity Series, he has shared the power and profit of Peer-to-Peer fundraising with 100s of nonprofits and 1000s of fundraisers. A husband, father, grandfather, educator, board member, beer & coffee snob, published author, and corny-joke creator, purveyor & recycler, Dave is often called upon to present at seminars and conferences, and his Gratitude Workshop has earned him the strange title of "The Gratitude Dude". Dave's Personal Why statement: To give to and share with others so that, together, we’re greater than our biggest challenges.
Garth joined the Generosity team in 2016, and has completely transformed the relationships that Generosity cultivates with its Charity Partners. With over sixteen years of business ownership, and twenty four years of development experience, Garth has a profound understanding of the need to provide the highest level of service, coupled with significant value, to empower others to change lives. After twenty one years in Florida, he was excited to move back to the small town in Pennsylvania where he grew up with his six siblings. Garth enjoys racing vintage cars with his father, and spending quality time with his family.
Jennifer came to The Generosity Series with a passion to help nonprofits and their beneficiaries. After spending 15 years in the hospitality industry, she felt it was time to give back to her community, and she entered the healthcare field. Growing up on a dairy farm, where she started working at the age of 6, Jennifer has always been a super hard worker. It is with great pride that she put herself through school earning certification as a Pharmacy Technician and a Medical Assistant Associates' Degree. When she isn't powering the Generosity Series with her strong work ethic and get-it-done attitude, Jennifer loves to cook and spend time with her husband and two children.
Cindy brings more than two decades of nonprofit fundraising leadership to her role as Charity Support Lead, guiding and informing our Charity Partners to ensure success. Over the past 25 years., Cindy has served the March of Dimes Foundation in successively more responsible positions. She served 14 years as National Manager, Corporate Relations and was responsible for various aspects of their $100 million signature fundraiser, March for Babies at the national level. Before that post, she held a number of fundraising positions at March of Dimes including being in charge of March for Babies for the State of California. She retired from March of Dimes in 2016 and joined Generosity in 2017.
Amanda joined the Generosity Series in December 2017 as an Executive Assistant. She is thrilled to be working for a company whose top priority is helping nonprofits raise money to carry out their missions. Prior to working for the Generosity Series, Amanda spent nine years at State Farm as an agent’s assistant. She holds a BS degree in Human Development & Family Studies from Penn State University. In her spare time, Amanda enjoys traveling, spending time with her family and friends, cheering on the Penn State and Philadelphia Eagles football teams, and singing in her church’s choir and band. She currently resides in Pennsylvania with her husband, two daughters, and chocolate lab.
Megan brings many years of management and team building experience to Generosity. She has transformed our database into an actively productive marketing system that allows us to reach and collaborate with charities throughout the country. A whiz at finding automated ways to get tasks done faster and more efficiently, she is a driving force behind the scenes. Megan's drive to help others doesn't stop at the end of the work day, she's a community leader participating in many activities with her three children and volunteering for many organizations. In her “spare time” she enjoys reading, running, hiking, paddle boarding and bike rides; she loves to spend time in the outdoors with her three children.