Jim Grote

last updated 1/30/2018

Jim Grote

Director of Development at Boys' Haven

Location:
2301 Goldsmith Lane, Louisville, Kentucky, United States
Company:
Boys' Haven
HQ Phone:
(502) 458-1171

General Information

Education

bachelor's degreeWilmington College

master's degreeUniversity of Louisville

Affiliations

Editorial Advisory Board - Planned Giving Today

Member - Kentucky Planned Giving Council

Member the Grants Committee - Louisville Coalition for the Homeless

Board Member - Partnership for Philanthropic Planning

Recent News  

Boys and Girls Haven - Founded by Father Maloney - Director of Development, Jim Grote, Leaves Boys and Girls Haven

Director of Development, Jim Grote, Leaves Boys and Girls Haven
It is with a heavy heart that we announce Jim Grote, Director of Development, has decided to leave Boys & Girls Haven. As he put it, he has found a role that is his lifetime "dream job". Jim will be the new Director of Development for JustFaith Ministries and will also continue writing for financial magazines. Jim has been an integral part of Boys and Girls Haven's workforce for 12 years. Everyone will look back fondly on the many joys they have shared with Jim over the years. His gift for fundraising, his love and enthusiasm for Boys and Girls Haven's mission and his wisdom on "all things philosophical" will surely be missed.

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Boys and Girls Haven - Founded by Father Maloney - Wish List

For more information about how to help Boys and Girls Haven furnish an apartment for one of our youth, please contact Jim Grote at (502)458-1171, ext. 108, or by e-mail at jgrote@boyshaven.org.
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Boys and Girls Haven - Founded by Father Maloney - James Reaches the Winner's Circle!

Seen here in the Winner's Circle holding the reigns of Stanton at Ellis Park, James has been racing towards his own Winner's Circle lately since joining the Boys' Haven Equine Employment Training Pogram a few months ago.
James spent his high school years in the Boys' Haven Residential Program and then the last couple of years in the Independent Living Program. As he say, "Boys' Haven pretty much saved my life. They've fed me and clothed me and educated me. No one in my family ever did any of these things for me." his boss, Equine Program Manager Jay Wilkinson, has nothing but praise for James. "In three months James has gone from a typical urban kid who was very uncomfortable around horses to being a proficient groom. "James is the most improved horseman I've ever witnessed in such a brief period of time. He's got an intrinsic horse sense. I can't say enough good things about James - he's going to go far." Director of Development, Jim Grote, Leaves Boys and Girls Haven - Read More

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