Willie Nelson – An American Nonprofit Hero

 —  July 17, 2015 — 4 Comments


“Amidst all the phony-baloneys that inflict themselves on American society wearing the cloak of charity and philanthropy, Malcolm Jones at the Daily Beast reminds us of two real McCoys who just published new autobiographies: Willie Nelson and Jimmy Carter.” Read more at nonprofitquarterly.org.

4 responses to Willie Nelson – An American Nonprofit Hero

  1. I have so much respect for both of these gentleman. They contribute to important causes that affect the way we live and how our grandchild r enjoy will live. And they are doing it in ways that will continue having effect long after we’re all gone. Willie has influenced so many to look at important issues and has influenced change in so many areas. He someone that I can point to as an example of the way be to my children and grandchildren.

  2. Willie you are to run for President the world would be a better place I sure wished you would come to longview Texas I would love to see you have been a big part of my life I had a hard life but you make brighter being here thanks for everything you do for us

  3. Willie and Jimmy (Mr. President…Mr. Carter and of course, Mr. Nelson… that is),
    Thank you both for your contributions to society. You have both done so much to enhance awareness in areas so deeply in need of attention. Willie, you still always seem to amaze me with your sense of humor. Your latest book is one of the top non-fiction books I have ever read… and I have read quite a bit of non-fiction. It is probably one of the best because I have followed you all of your career and I have been to a good number of the places you have been. That always helps… . President Carter, your books are true to the heart.

    The Dub (misplaced Texan).

  4. Thank you for everything that you are doing. Wonderful ❗❗ I love your music

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