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Transcript: 1) Team 2) The Problem Why Should I Care? WHY? We believe in the power of ideas. It is in unproven nonprofits that anwers to social problems are waiting to be uncovered. F: the private and public sectors are failing our kids; our nation is falling behind. American innovation; untapped potential of the kids. Time is now to encourage ideas and innovation within the third sector to impact low-income youth There is a clear need and market opportunity: Most of the nonprofits are small, but the smallest and newest ones get the least amount of funding. At the same time, almost a quarter of Bay Area youth are living in poverty. What's the solution? 3) The Solution HOW: We fund start-up Bay Area nonprofits to break the cycle of poverty for low-income youth. New: you have had your 501(c)(3) for 5 years or less, or you're regionally expanding Small: operating budget between $25k-$500K Youth Focused: you serve low-income children in the Bay Area 4) Model Find Impact & measurement intentional Cost effectiveness/conscious/SROI Invest Grants of $10k-$50k GenOps Multi-year (3 year average) Infrastructure/Team development Connect to our network Launch To foundation partner(s) focused on >$50K funding, scale and/or replicability 3b) Competitive Adv Small organization size allows us to be nimble internally Choosing to grant to start-up nonprofits; we believe where no one else will Board covers operating costs = 100% of each $ donated goes directly to programs Our unique access to athletes will raise the visibility of our grantees As the first believer we start a pipeline, with successful launch to larger funders as the goal Geography: SV = the heart and pulse of innovation History: We were born this way because of Ronnie Staff experience: over 15 years working in high-performing NPOs 5) The Future Key Milestones 2012: 1st cohort; unveiling event 2013: 2nd cohort; BOD covering operating costs; annual dinner 2014: 3rd cohort; increased ASHK staffing; 25th anniv dinner & launch 2015: 1st cohort "handed off"; Industry Problem: Class divide/OWS among nonprofits: 80% of dollars go to the same, bigger nonprofits every year 40% of nonprofits were created in the past 10 years but they only receive 15% of the funding Crowded field: over 10,000 nonprofits in Bay Area Yet 75% of nonprofits have a budget under $500K the number of foundations in the U.S. has doubled in the past 20 years, while grant dollars have grown 43 percent since 1999. But the number of registered public charities has tripled in the last decade, far outpacing the growth rate in giving. Competition for funding has never been so steep Poverty Problem: Poor outcomes: 1 in 4 (fabricated stat) youth nonprofits unsuccessful, without lasting impact on kids; 20% of Bay Area kids born poor; 20% don't graduate high school; x % in justice system; number of kids served by Bay Area nonprofits; concentration of nonprofits in affluent vs. impoverished areas WHAT Vision, Direction, Go to Market Plan (may be own slide) The promise ?Should add in Ad BOD names? ?Other key funders? ?Athletes? 7) Closing slide 6) The Ask What's the value add of our solution? WHAT? ASHK provides select organizations the network, skills and capital to be successful and get picked up by larger foundational funders. Target Bay Area 501(c)3 that focus on instilling behavior change (that can break the cycle of poverty) in low-income youth. We have a particular interest in supporting programs that use sports as the vehicle for intentional, lasting change. The grab and WHY 3a) The Target Market & Opp

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Transcript: Malachi Malachi may be translated "my messenger" or "my angel" Major themes: Key Ideas: - Marriage and divorce. - Elijah the Prophet. - God desires wholehearted worship - God expects faithfulness in marriage - God hates divorce - The day of the Lord affects both the righteous and the wicked - An Elijah-like figure will announce the day of the Lord. Purpose of the Book: The prophet calls postexilic Israel to repentance for the purpose of covenant renewal with Yahweh. This will enable the priests and people of God to restore proper temple worship and practice social justice within the community. Zechariah Zechariah means "Yahweh is remembered" which is the essence of his message to Jerusalem after the exile. Key ideas: - Repentance and covenant renewal. - Hope rooted in God's sovereignty. - Social justice. - Messiah. Purpose of the Book: Zechariah is a tract for troubled times. He rebuked people for perpetuating the evil ways and deeds of their ancestors. He exhorted them to repent and return to God in a renewed covenant relationship that demonstrated social justice. Finally, the prophet offered the people of Judah encouragement and hope for the future with promises of God's blessing and restoration. Thank You Nahum Haggai Historical Critical Questions Haggai is identified as a spokesman for God. He is called the prophet, and he is labeled "the Lord's messenger." Both titles attest to the prophet's divine commission. Who: Nahum the Elkoshite When: Mid 7th Century Where: Likely Judah, though even this is uncertain Genre: Very mixed. Am acrostic psalm opens, and there are oracles of various kinds, as well as speeches, announcements, laments, descriptions, etc. Many rhetorical flourishes, word-plays, etc. Nahum was an impressive poet Text: Well preserved, as DSS demonstrate Zephaniah Key Ideas: Key Ideas - The importance of establishing proper priorities. - The value of the temple as a covenant symbol for Israel - The faithfulness of God in renewing his covenant promises to David's descendants. MESSAGE OF ZEPHANIAH - The coming day of the Lord - The call to the humble to seek the Lord - The universal impact of the coming judgement General Facts Purpose Statement: Major Themes The message of Zephaniah was focused on the day of the Lord which, he contended, was fast approaching. He contrast the injustice in Jerusalem to the righteousness of God's presence within her. He looks forward to a time when they will again experience the Lord's protection and deliverance. - The Day of the Lord The purpose of the book of Haggai is to initiate the reconstruction of the temple of Yahweh in Jerusalem upon the return of the Hebrews from Babylonian captivity. - Nahum” means “comfort”—the fall of Nineveh would comfort her foes - Nahum focuses almost exclusively on Nineveh... But it is a declaration of doom, a prediction that Assyria would fall to Babylon - Nahum’s prediction that Nineveh would be destroyed “with an overwhelming flood” (Nah 1:8) came true when the Khosr River, which ran through the city, swelled due to unusually heavy rains. This caused the floodgates to overrun and caused the city wall to collapse, according to the ancient historian Diodorus Siculus in the first century BC. General Facts - Zephaniah features a series of oracles against the nations that serve as examples of the Lord's intention to judge them. - The prophecies are dated to the reign of Josiah (640-609 BC) - With Zephaniah, then, came a resurgence of prophetic witness, announcing the coming judgement of Judah. Habakkuk MESSAGE OF MICAH Key Ideas - God is just in dealing with nations - Judah was to receive punishment from the Babylonians, who would in turn be punished by God. - Even when world events are confusing, we need to trust God and act with integrity Major Theme - God's policy for handling Nations "But as for me, I am filled with power, with the Spirit of the Lord, and with justice and might, to declare to Jacob his transgression, to Israel his sin" (3:8) MESSAGE OF NAHUM God’s judgment on the wicked is proof of his sovereignty and his promises MESSAGE OF JONAH MESSAGE OF HABAKKUK God reserves the sovereign right to be compassionate, even when those acts work against an already issued prophetic warning. God delights in gracious acts of compassion in response to small steps in the right direction. The purpose of the book of Habakkuk is to examine the issue of God's justice on a national plane. Habakkuk portrays the arrival of the glory of God's presence to carry out judgement. Micah Jonah Historical Critical Questions Key Ideas - God's right to perform gracious acts of compassion - God's delight in small steps in the right direction - God's propensity for offering second chances Who: Micah of Moresheth. When: Mid-Late Eighth Century (Before and After Israel’s fall) Focused primarily on the Assyrian Crisis Where: Primarily worked in Judah but also addressed Samaria, Israel’s capital Genre: Prophetic oracles of indictment, judgment, and hope.

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