10 Years of Service and Leadership
NBA Mark D. Anderson Fund
As the NBA, we celebrate and honor 10 years of service and leadership of our President and CEO, Mark D. Anderson! To celebrate his tenure, the NBA Mark D. Anderson Fund has been established in partnership with the Christian Church Foundation. We are grateful for all that has taken place under Mark’s leadership.
Since 2011, Mark has helped to oversee and encourage the establishment of new NBA programs, strengthened the overall organization, developed strong leadership with the NBA Board of Trustees, recruited new donors to the ministry, and enhanced connections with longtime supporters of the NBA. While he credits his years of executive nonprofit leadership experience and management skills, Mark is always quick to claim that he “stands on the shoulders of giants” and the faithful saints that have inspired him along the way. In particular, Mark names the active advocacy, faithful generosity, joy and humor of his beloved parents, Marilyn “Jeanne” Anderson and Herold “Andy” Davis Anderson, Jr.
About the NBA Mark D. Anderson Fund
We invite you to commemorate this milestone for both NBA and for Mark with a gift to the newly established, NBA Mark D. Anderson Fund. The earnings from this named fund will support the overall mission and ministry of the NBA, inclusive of our work accompanying social entrepreneurs, building innovative faith-rooted social enterprises, leadership development and vocational discernment with young adults, and offering meaningful support to established nonprofits such as coaching, executive search consulting, accounting, and peer learning groups.
Thank you for your generous support!
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Norwalk, CA—Providing music education and the chance for youth to discover musical gifts and a love for the arts.
Yale Avenue Christian Church
Tulsa, OK— Facilitating a mentorship and education discussion group for those at-risk immigrant youth and children in foster care.
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Claremont, CA— Helping individuals learn compassion, understanding, and communication through worship and education
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Houston, TX— Improving access and comprehension of educational materials for students with IEP's
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Fort Worth, TX— Providing opportunities for young ladies to learn and enhance life skills and gain a positive self-image.
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Austin, TX— Educating girls age 11-17 about Black women's history and literature and womanist theory and theology.
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Los Angeles, CA — Providing health classes and technology training for older adults
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Mount Holy, NC— Providing virtual spiritual and mental health services to older adults through video devotions.
Newport Beach, CA— Providing opportunities for community and fellowship for older Korean adults.
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Columbia, MO—Providing and implementing educational resources addressing biblical perspectives on aging and advocacy for older adults.
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Los Angeles, CA— Provide training for young adults serving as caretakers for older adults with disabilities and chronic illness.
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Pasadena, CA— Connecting at-risk children with seniors through reading, fellowship, and after-school activities.
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