PAX Global Counselors Assist Ministries and Churches in Originating Major Gifts

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PAX Global ( and their international team of counselors work to originate major gifts from new donors for Christian ministries and churches, helping them realize annual fund, capital campaign, and estate planning goals to meet critical financial needs.

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PAX Global ( announces a service unique to the ministry sector - originating major gifts from scratch. PAX Global assists philanthropists in achieving their contribution goals by partnering with faith-based institutions. Their "donor-driven" approach uses a permission-based system of fundraising, which fully engages donors and non-profits in the fulfillment of their mutual missions.

Christian ministries work with PAX Global to acquire 5-, 6-, and 7-figure gifts providing ongoing operating revenue as well as funding major projects. The process begins with strategic planning and case development, progressing to super prospecting which engages new donors on behalf of ministries for the very first time.

"No matter what the economy is doing, finances and resources go looking for great ideas… there will always be generous people who will amply support a dream backed by a sound plan," said James P. LaRose, CFRE, of PAX Global. "This approach is unique because PAX Global successfully matches the financial goals of new donors with ministries and churches with whom they are meeting outside of their current base of supporters. It is in this way that major gifts are originated on behalf of an organization…from scratch."

PAX Co-Founder, Wesley Rediger added, "Having the opportunity to serve Christian ministries in this way is such a humbling experience. What an honor it is to stand shoulder-to-shoulder with nonprofits God is using to meet people's needs in such a powerful and loving way."

Visitors to PAX Global's recently-launched website can also access several complimentary tools and resources. For more information about PAX Global visit it's website at or call the office at 866-360-3858.


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