PPI is a 501c3 nonprofit educational organization founded in 2016 by Dr. John Morgan and Mark Robinson.
Our Mission is to Fund Purpose and Solve Poverty.
Our Vision is to Lead 1 Million People Out of Poverty to Fund Their Highest Purposes by 2030 through Economic Empowerment.
We are starting with Four Major Footprints in high-poverty areas around the world, then spreading globally from there. Those Footprints are in Kenya, Haiti, The Navajo Nation and the Philippines.
Our Strategy is Empowerment versus Charity. See More on our Strategy Page.
Dr. John Morgan is the President and Co-Founder of PPI.
John has a Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership from Regent University and a Master of Divinity from Denver Seminary. John served in pastoral ministry for thirty years before working full-time with PPI in 2019. In the course of pastoral ministry, he was privileged to travel globally on missions trips and projects and developed his passion for empowering the poor to be able to live with dignity and to fulfill their highest purposes, callings and ministries.
John is an author and a speaker.
John and his wife, Greg Lanee Morgan, have five children and three grandchildren.
John's avocations are building things and saltwater fishing.