Made to Change the World: How Ordinary People Are Called To Do Extraordinary Work, The Story of Project 615

Made to Change the World: How Ordinary People Are Called To Do Extraordinary Work, The Story of Project 615

by Mike Fisher, Derek Evans

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Overview

All his life, Derek Evans felt a spiritual pull to be a part of something greater than himself, but it wasn't until he and a friend embarked on a transformational trip to LA's infamous skid row that he found his true calling. They returned home with a plan to build a mission-minded business that would change the world—one T-shirt at a time. When their "Spread Love, It's the Nashville Way" grassroots campaign to raise money for people recovering from homelessness and addiction caught the attention of celebrities like Lady Gaga and Miley Cyrus, it went viral and ignited a global movement to end homelessness, child hunger, and human trafficking.

Made to Change the World is both an inside look at one man's passionate drive to make a difference, and a call to action for anyone who has ever dreamed of being a part of something that changes the world.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161210246
Publisher: Post Hill Press
Publication date: 07/09/2019
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 942,030
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

Derek Evans is president and co-founder of Project 615. In 2010, he launched his apparel company to do “work that matters” and utilize that platform to help change the world. Derek has helped hire fifty-four people recovering from homelessness, built an orphanage in Uganda, and raised over half a million dollars for various world-changing non-profit organizations. He lives with his wife in Nashville, TN. One hundred percent of the author’s profits for this book will be donated to Set Free Ministry.

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