Taking Care of Family, Clients & Community for Three Decades
Let's Connect

Charity for Change hosts free webinar May 28 with Alexander Havard on character and leadership

Charity for Change will host a free webinar on character and leadership with well-known international speaker and leadership expert Alex Havard, May 28 at 8:30 a.m. Havard will show how building good character is a life-long project that helps people achieve their personal best and become great leaders.

Havard is the founder of the Virtuous Leadership System. He was born and raised in Paris and is a graduate of one of France’s leading law schools, Paris Descartes University. He worked as a lawyer in Paris, Strasbourg, and Helsinki for many years before discovering his mission to ignite hearts for greatness and work to raise up a new generation of Virtuous Leaders. His books “Virtuous Leadership,” “Created for Greatness” and “From Temperament to Character” have been translated into 20 languages. Havard cofounded 10 Virtuous Leadership Institutes around the world.

“This subject is near and dear to our hearts at Charity for Change because we combat isolation, bullying and violence by educating our youngest school-age children in values that make up good character,” said Michael Dana, event chair and board member of Charity for Change.

The webinar is free, but donations are welcome. To register for the webinar, click here or visit CharityforChange.org.

About Charity for Change

Founded in 2008, Charity for Change brings children together to see past their differences and work together for others in need to prevent bullying and violence and instill empathy and a giving spirit. Through character education and charitable activities, the organization serves children through its afterschool, summer school, preschool, and in-school programs. Since 2008, the program as impacted 62,000 children, instilling 19 character traits and raising $138,000 for 100 area charities. The goal of Charity for Change is to cultivate confident, compassionate children who become successful learners, contribute to their schools and communities, and will participate in society as empathetic, resilient, ethical, and self-reliant citizens. In 2020, Charity for Change launched GiverTV, an interactive video series hosted on the Charity for Change website, charityforchange.org/givertvgames and Charity for Change’s YouTube channel. Videos feature the program’s mascots, Giver and U2Can, teaching foundational skills that include character education and service learning. For more information about Charity for Change, please visit www.charityforchange.org or call 239-592-6787.

Share now!

More To Explore