Lake Norman Business Podcast with Dale Gillmore

Check out the latest episode of the Lake Norman Business Podcast with our very own founder and chairman Dale Gillmore sharing about MAIF and Quest M&A as well as giving great practical business advice. Give it a listen! You'll get a brief overview of our 'WHY' and learn about past and active projects. We hope it inspires you to become a part of our work and make an impact with us by donating, serving or becoming a project or donor champion for the Lake Norman community? Dale, thank you for all you do! We're grateful for you and the impact you continue to make.  

2020-04-13T17:42:30-04:00April 13th, 2020|

URGENT community need! COVID-19 Virus Help Opportunities

The Make an Impact Foundation’s mission is helping underprivileged children. During these times of pandemic status due to the COVID-19 our children might not be susceptible to the virus, but they are suffering from other issues due to this virus.  After discussions with other local nonprofits and school systems we’ve determined a good number of local children normally receive meals at school and with all NC public school systems closed, these children aren’t receiving those meals or snacks.  That said, we are working to provide those children with food and hygiene kits.  If you are able and interested in helping local children in need, please see below on the two ways we are continuing our mission and working to help local children.  Please remember if you do provide assistance take precautions to protect yourselves and those you are donating to.  You can use online shopping with delivery to our offices, [...]

2020-03-18T12:40:12-04:00March 17th, 2020|

2020 Business Journals Leadership Trust article

Check out this great article featuring advice from our very own, founder and chairman Dale Gillmore. We are grateful for his amazing leadership and the impact he is making in the business and nonprofit world. "Financially support worthy local causes. Quest gives back 10% of revenue to the Make An Impact Foundation to serve kids’ projects. This guides the purpose of our organization and helps with growth, retention and overall culture. Additionally, by serving our customers as a true partner in the building of their legacy, they remain satisfied and support us by sharing their stories and our work with others. There is no better way to grow. — Dale Gillmore, Quest" - Business Journals Leadership Trust  Read the full article HERE.  

2020-02-20T18:22:25-05:00January 20th, 2020|

Millennials are Changing Corporate Giving

Everyone is always saying the world is changing.  Businesses are changing too but hopefully in a good way…in the way they give back to the community.  Why?  According to Jorie Goins at Tribune News Service, it’s because of the Millennial generation.  Take a look and see for yourself… Millennials are changing corporate giving… Corporate generosity took center stage in May when Robert F. Smith, the founder, chairman and CEO of Vista Equity, announced his plan to pay off student loans for Morehouse College’s entire 2019 graduating class. At the same time, MacKenzie Bezos, the ex-wife of Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos, signed the Giving Pledge, agreeing to earmark half of her wealth for charitable donations. As wealthy Americans like Smith and Bezos make public displays of generosity, employees of large and small companies may wish for their jobs to follow suit. This is especially true for millennial and Gen [...]

2019-10-05T14:13:05-04:00July 25th, 2019|
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