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Casey Crawford ignites a movement of change (Podcast)

by NCF staff  |  December 08, 2016  |  Type: Podcasts

In this new episode of NCF's Inside Giving podcast, you’ll hear the exciting story of entrepreneur Casey Crawford and his mission to honor God by leading a movement of change in the mortgage industry. His company, Movement Mortgage, is the fastest growing mortgage bank in the nation with a staff of 4,000 who serve one out of 60 homebuyers in the U.S. today.

Casey’s main goal is to give away a large portion of his corporate profits every year, and he relies on NCF for tax-wise solutions such as our “Give and Hold” strategy for business owners. As a result, Casey's company has given away over $10 million to charity through it's Movement Foundation. 

He says, “God did not give me a prescription of how to navigate tax law, foundations, and all the structures we need to put in place for giving. So I started praying, and as He so faithfully does when you are trying to follow Him, He brings other parts of the body to help you in that journey like NCF.”

On a national scale, Casey hopes to inspire other entrepreneurs to walk boldly in their faith and use their businesses to love and value people. He says, “Something inside of us is attracted to a loving community. People are longing for it, and your business can be the place they find it."


Inside Giving's hosts: Boyd Bailey (left) and John Putnam (right)

Video: Casey's movement of stewardship (5:09)

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