Success Stories

Below you’ll find posts related to stories of successful daily giving moments.

The Freestore Foodbank was founded by Frank Gerson in 1971. Gerson started collecting discarded household items and distributing them to families in need. Gerson named his practice the Free Store. He incorporated it as a public charity, quit his job, and opened for business in his apartment. In the first year, Gerson and a small Continue Reading →

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[Note: This post is part of a series that I will refer to as MFL Success Stories. They are added to provide inspiration for giving and help define what Mediocrity-Free Living looks like in practice. This story was submitted by a friend in the Mediocrity-Free Community.] A couple of nights ago, Steve and Barbara, our Continue Reading →

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[Note: This post is part of a series that I will refer to as MFL Success Stories. They are added to provide inspiration for giving and help define what Mediocrity-Free Living looks like in practice. They are NOT intended to make me look like a great giver. I'm just like you, sometimes I give and Continue Reading →

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[Note: This post is part of a series that I will refer to as MFL Success Stories. They are added to provide inspiration for giving and help define what Mediocrity-Free Living looks like in practice.They are NOT intended to make me look like a great giver. I'm just like you, sometimes I give and some Continue Reading →

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[Note: This post is part of a series that I will refer to as MFL Success Stories. They are added to provide inspiration for giving and help define what Mediocrity-Free Living looks like in practice. They are NOT intended to make me look like a great giver. I'm just like you, sometimes I give and Continue Reading →

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