Your Ambassador of JOY, Barry Shore, brings YOU the Executive Director of GENEROSITY.org, the most powerful force in the world for bringing clean water to those most in need. Victor Hailey is a most atypical leader of an international benefit organization. He hails from a city that was one of the murder capitals of the country. Victor emerged from trying circumstances and on a soul-searching journey he now heads the nonprofit organization focused on breaking the cycle of poverty, restoring dignity, and inspiring dreams for people in developing countries. Over the last decade Generosity.org has impacted the lives of nearly 500 thousand people. By empowering and equipping people through the spirit of generosity, they become self sufficient and repeat the same spirit of helping their neighbor; ultimately paying it forward. That is how we change the world. You will be mesmerized and energized to listen repeatedly and SHARE with everyone You know. Their Goal is to make charities obsolete.

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Victory Hailey

VictorHailey - Generosity.orgVictor Hailey’s life began in a city that was a “murder capital” of America. However, Victor has been blessed with the ability to overcome adversity modeled by both his parents. Those lessons are the firm foundation to dedicate his work to serving others. With a diploma in hand, he packed his things and drove west to California. He earned his way into numerous management roles and criss-crossed the globe for a host of Fortune 500 brands. During his time in Los Angeles, he married and started a family. During Victor’s tenure in the corporate sector, he began to feel the pull of his heart as he challenged himself to answer the question, “Why am i on earth”. This led him to accept a role on Generosity.org’s Board of Directors. Generosity.org is a nonprofit organization focused on breaking the cycle of poverty, restoring dignity, and inspiring dreams for people in developing countries. They have impacted the lives of nearly 500 thousand people. Their goal is to make charities obsolete.