Effort or inclination to increase the well-being of humankind, as by charitable aid or donations
Phil and David are joined for a fascinating and funny lunch with the wonderful and witty folk duo known as The Milk Carton Kids -- namely, Kenneth Pattengale and Joey Ryan -- whose stunning harmonies and dry wits make them not only great recording artists, but wildly entertaining live performers. The Milk Carton Kids share how they first found their gorgeous sound, how they came by their awesome comedy chops, and even sing two songs live for "Naked Lunch," -- "When You're Gone" from their outstanding new album out this week entitled "I Can Only See The Moon" and "Snake Eyes" from their 2013 album, "The Ash & Clay." And stick around to the very end of this episode, because Kenneth and Joey also brilliantly reimagine Brad Paisley's theme song for "Naked Lunch." To learn more about building community through food and "Somebody Feed the People," visit the Philanthropy page at philrosenthalworld.com.
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So many people live their lives focused on themselves. But our guest today is here to change that mindset.Tom Rath joins us today and is the author of the new book Life's Great Question, which focuses on a new way to think about our life's work. Not what we can do for ourselves, but how we can serve others, and how this transforms our future selves in a positive way.Tom is an author and researcher who has spent the past two decades studying how work can improve human health and well-being. His 10 books have sold more than 10 million copies and made hundreds of appearances on global bestseller lists.Take the Contribify online test here.
To celebrate the first year of "Naked Lunch," hear Phil and David look back and chew things over with legendary chefs including Roy Choi, Nancy Silverton and Wolfgang Puck and a overflowing buffet of celebrity foodies including Valerie Bertinelli, Kevin Bacon, Allison Janney, and Patton Oswalt, and many, many more. To learn more about building community through food and "Somebody Feed the People," visit the Philanthropy page at philrosenthalworld.com.
We talk with Kathryn Tuck, the Director of Foundation Giving, on what foundations mean to the Leader Dogs for the Blind mission.
In this episode of the Prosperity Thinkers Podcast, the focus is on the importance of philanthropy and giving forward. The hosts discuss the concept of the "velocity of money" and how participation in initiatives like kiva.org can help move money and improve one's own personal economy. They highlight different ways of engaging in philanthropy, such as donating small amounts to causes important to the individual, using donor-advised funds, and even creating a family foundation. Spencer and Kim agree that engaging in philanthropy can provide a sense of purpose, align with one's values, and create opportunities for families to bond and work together for the greater good. Best-selling author Kim Butler and Spencer Shaw show you how to take more control of your finances. Tune in to The Prosperity Podcast to learn more about Prosperity Thinkers thinking and strategies today! Do you have a question you would like answered on the show? Please send it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we may answer it in an upcoming episode. Links and Resources from this Episode For resources and additional information of this episode go to https://prosperitythinkers.com/podcasts/ https://www.heifer.org/ https://www.kiva.org/ https://www.amazon.com/Perpetual-Wealth-Financing-Prosperity-Generations/dp/B0977PM7JD Show Notes The concept of giving forward and its importance for enabling money to keep moving. Kim shares her own experience with microloan organization Kiva.org, and how it helped her get money moving during a difficult time The book "Busting the Charitable Giving Lies" and its current status Discussion of donor advised funds and their benefits for controlling where donations go Kim shares her experience of participating in her alma mater's 24-hour giving day and the impact it had on her The importance of starting small with charitable giving and how it can put energy and thought behind the causes you care about Various methods of giving, from small donations to creating a full public charity How families can involve multiple generations in the process of choosing and researching charities to support Special Listener Gift Free eBook: Activating Your Prosperity Guide. Kim Butler's groundbreaking eBook/ audiobook explains why typical financial advice may be sabotaging your wealth... and what to do instead! Review and Subscribe If you like what you hear please leave a review by clicking here Subscribe on your favorite podcast player to get the latest episodes. iTunes Stitcher RSS
In this episode, my guest Kayla Bradham shares how the Sports Philanthropy Network https://sportsphilanthropynetwork.org/ work with professional athletes. Their mission is to assist athletes, teams, leagues and other sports organizations in harnessing the power of sports to create hope and possibility. Kayla shares how many of the athletes have great faith, and most people will never hear about the great work they are doing or WHY they are doing it. Learn why Kayla thinks she has the best job in the world! If it's your vision, it's your mission! #sportsphilanthropy #sports #hope #purpose #unconventionalministry
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SummaryWhat's problematic about philanthropy in the ways the sector has practiced it for many decades?Are there limits to trust-based philanthropy?How do boards of grant-making philanthropies such as the Global Fund for Children have to change their composition, mindset, and oversight practices to lessen a compliance and upward accountability lens and to make themselves more responsive to actual needs? In this NGO Soul+Strategy podcast episode, I interview John Hecklinger, President and CEO at Global Fund for Children, on how we can practice philanthropy that's less colonial in mindset and practices.John's Bio:President and CEO, Global Fund for Children (GFC)Co-Chair, Alliance for International Youth DevelopmentChief Program Officer, Global GivingBusiness development director, Global GivingDirector of Data Acquisition in the private sectorPeacecorp volunteer (US volunteering program) We discuss: Global Fund for Children acts as an intermediary in on-granting philanthropic resources from family and corporate foundations to child and youth-focused, local civil society organizations. It also facilitates peer cohort capacity strengthening among grantee partnersWhat John learned from working at Global Giving in terms of its innovative role in introducing crowdfunding to the nonprofit and citizen-giving sector The risks when well-intentioned philanthropic organizations reinforce a mindset of compliance and upward accountabilityGFC stimulates homegrown philanthropy because communities have assets that can be leveraged How GFC's board had to evolve in composition, mindset and practices composition to be liberated from simply approving ‘pre-baked' dockets of prepared projects and to move to an approach that allowed GFC to become more flexible and responsive to needsWhat does the future of philanthropy look like, beyond grantmaking, when on-granting organizations such as GFC have taken themselves out of the picture? Quotes:“Everyone was getting smarter together once the board composition became more representative of the grantee partners it worked with” Resources:John's LinkedIn ProfileGlobal Fund for Children (GFC) WebsiteGFC's blogsPodcast episode #22, NGO Soul + Strategy, with Dorothy Nyambi of MEDABenchmarking study on Shifting Power among 17 CSOs (International Civil Society Centre) Youtube video of this podcastClick here to subscribe to be alerted when new podcast episodes come out or when Tosca produces other thought leadership pieces.Or email Tosca at email@example.com if you want to talk about your social sector organization's needs, challenges, and opportunities.You can find Tosca's content by following her on her social media channels: Twitter LinkedIn Facebook
Professor Jennifer E. Mosely at the Crown Family School of Social Work, Policy, and Practice, talks about her winding path of studying psychology, working at a residential treatment facility, where she found social work, and discovering her niche in researching non-profit organizations. As she collaborates across disciplines and sees various shifts in the social work field, she actively works to impact human service organizations and communities positively. Tune in to hear her story here.
Join America's Roundtable (https://americasrt.com/) radio co-hosts Natasha Srdoc and Joel Anand Samy with billionaire entrepreneur John Catsimatidis, author, "How Far do You Want to Go?" on vital issues impacting America's economy and security. John Catsimatidis is owner and CEO of the Red Apple Group, owner of 77 WABC Radio and host of The Cats Roundtable. John Catsimatidis shares about his leading endeavors to fight back against the scheme by carmakers to eliminate AM radio from vehicles and the serious concern that removal of AM alerts will adversely affect millions of Americans when facing manmade and natural disasters. The conversation also focuses on the high cost of energy and America's leadership on the world stage. John Catsimatidis also shares about his recent conversation with former President Donald J. Trump aired on 77 WABC radio (https://wabcradio.com/episode/president-donald-trump-04-30-23/). New York Post | Carmakers' unsafe, un-American push to eliminate AM radio (https://nypost.com/2023/04/26/carmakers-unsafe-un-american-push-to-eliminate-am-radio/) "But some automotive makers — Ford among them — want to eliminate the AM option (https://nypost.com/2023/04/14/sean-hannity-speaks-out-on-electric-vehicles-ditching-am-radio/) in all gas-powered and electric 2024 models. The move isn't only un-American — it's just plain dumb. AM radio is undisputedly the most reliable form of communication during emergencies. And it's not only small markets that depend on getting crucial information out via the airwaves — every major city uses AM alerts during manmade and natural disasters." — John Catsimatidis, Op-Ed | The New York Post John's dedication to family, faith and country will inspire everyone. John's story focuses on the humbling experiences of a Greek immigrant family coming to America and embracing the American Dream through a strong work ethic and sacrifices. Today, his job creation endeavors through the Red Apple Group employs thousands of our fellow Americans, from New York to Pennsylvania, Florida, and other places. americasrt.com (https://americasrt.com/) https://ileaderssummit.org/ | https://jerusalemleaderssummit.com/ America's Roundtable on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/americas-roundtable/id1518878472 Twitter: @JCats2013 @ileaderssummit @AmericasRT @NatashaSrdoc @JoelAnandUSA @supertalk America's Roundtable is co-hosted by Natasha Srdoc and Joel Anand Samy, co-founders of International Leaders Summit and the Jerusalem Leaders Summit. America's Roundtable (https://americasrt.com/) radio program - a strategic initiative of International Leaders Summit, focuses on America's economy, healthcare reform, rule of law, security and trade, and its strategic partnership with rule of law nations around the world. The radio program features high-ranking US administration officials, cabinet members, members of Congress, state government officials, distinguished diplomats, business and media leaders and influential thinkers from around the world. Tune into America's Roundtable Radio program from Washington, DC via live streaming on Saturday mornings via 65 radio stations at 7:30 A.M. (ET) on Lanser Broadcasting Corporation covering the Michigan and the Midwest market, and at 7:30 A.M. (CT) on SuperTalk Mississippi — SuperTalk.FM reaching listeners in every county within the State of Mississippi, and neighboring states in the South including Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana and Tennessee. Listen to America's Roundtable on digital platforms including Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon, Google and other key online platforms. Listen live, Saturdays at 7:30 A.M. (CT) on SuperTalk | https://www.supertalk.fm
“What It’s Really Like to be an Entrepreneur”
After creating a school in Indonesia to help underprivileged kids, she is now building a school to help those with unique abilities. At the age of eleven Kristin's life was changed when her father was diagnosed with cancer. This led to sadness, anger, and adolescent confusion. She knew at this moment that her mission would be in life to help transform the lives of others who were devastated by unfortunate circumstances. She has been diagnosed with two autoimmune diseases: Lupus and Hashimoto's. This hasn't stopped her.Kristin is now a professional model, motivational speaker, 3x Pageant Title holder, philanthropist, and the Current Miss South Florida.Have you signed up for the 100 Lunches Powered by 100 Global Entrepreneurs event yet? There are free tickets along with paid entry that includes courses and books. You do not want to miss this! Head here to sign up.Other areas of discussion:-Choosing health and happiness over “Fitting in a box”-Working only with givers-How to rebound after having a business stolen from you-Focusing on being gratefulKristin started the company Kristin Tomasello Inc and was the founder of a non-profit that has helped more than 1000 students in Jakarta, Indonesia. She founded a special needs scholarship pageant with the vision to help children gain their confidence.Kristin has been featured in; Chazon Magazine, Cover Girl, Tampa Bay Business and Wealth, and Hair N Motion magazines. Her desire is to help young girls and women rise from the ashes in any situation while turning their pain into purpose. Website: https://www.kristintomasello.com/That Entrepreneur Show- Top 3% Global Podcast: Where founders of companies and brands share their entrepreneurial journeys, lessons learned, tips for success, and more each Friday since 2019.Email: PodcastsByLanci@Gmail.comWebsiteLanci's BooksYouTubeInstagramFacebookLinkedInDigital Editing / Podcast Guests Inquiries, email PodcastsByLanci@Gmail.comAdventure by MusicbyAden | https://soundcloud.com/musicbyadenHappy | https://soundcloud.com/morning-kuliIf you enjoyed this week's show, click the subscribe button to stay current.Listen to A Mental Health Break Episodes hereTune into Writing with Authors here
Awesome Vegans with Elysabeth Alfano
Senior Program Officer for the Open Philanthropy Project, Lewis Bollard, discusses if Animal Welfare is growing in recognition as an ESG investing principle. Join us today #live and bring your questions for this episode of The Plantbased Business Hour. Subscribe right now to never miss this podcast! For plant-based media/branding consulting and public speaking, reach out at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, visit ElysabethAlfano.com. Connect with Elysabeth on Linked in here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/elysabeth-alfano-8b370b7/ For more PBH, visit ElysabethAlfano.com/Plantbased-Business-Hour
On this episode we talk with a Leader Dog volunteer who travels all the way from Spain to be an interpreter for our Spanish speaking clients.
Phil and David have a very, very fine conversation with the legendary singer-songwriter Graham Nash about his strong new solo album called simply, "Now," his long history with The Hollies, his illustrious yet emotionally complex relationship life making music with Crosby, Still & Nash -- and sometimes Young. Along the way, Nash answers fan questions from Adam Levine, Mark Oliver Everett of Eels and The Milk Carton Kids. Hear great stories involving Joni Mitchell, Tom Petty, The Everly Brothers, the "No Nukes" Concerts and so much more. To learn more about building community through food and "Somebody Feed the People," visit the Philanthropy page at philrosenthalworld.com.
Welcome to the last episode of the Ketogeek Podcast. Creating successful businesses is a challenge but will it be a fulfilling and rewarding experience? How can you focus on things that matter while being productive, enjoying hobbies, giving back to the community, and having a family all at the same time? Ian shares his lifestyle and business journey and how he can make it all work and reconcile it with all the highs and lows in his life. Subscribe to our new "Energize, Explore, Enjoy" podcast on your favorite podcast platform. Bio: As the Vintner, Ian Devereux is responsible for everything from vine to bottle at Smith Devereux Napa Valley. He began his career in the wine industry as the Wine Country Director for 7x7 Magazine, where he launched and authored 7x7's dedicated Wine Country page and developed multi-platform marketing campaigns for over 200 wineries. After traveling the world learning and writing about wine and winemaking, he co-founded Smith Devereux (first vintage 2012). In 2014 Ian accepted his current role as Wine Director for Modern Luxury's San Francisco Magazine where he works with writers to support wine countries around the globe, sponsors and hosts celebrated events, including the Humanitarian Awards, the Napa Valley Film Festival, and SF Magazine Best of Wine Country. He is active in several local charities, makes philanthropy and giving a part of everything he does, and plays rhythm and lead guitar for High Noon Band. Time Stamps 0:24 The theme of this podcast 1:10 Sponsor message 1:50 Ian's backstory 3:50 How did you evolve past the "American Dream"? 6:00 The biggest obstacles you faced? 7:40 How did you form meaningful connections during your business career? 9:56 What kept you up in life when you were feeling down? 12:45 If you were to take a troubled friend to a bar, what would you say to them? 14:46 How do you wear so many hats and keep everything balanced in life? 17:20 How did you get into the wine world? 21:05 Why did you get so involved in philanthropy and public mental health? 24:14 The challenges of externalizing something very internal 27:43 How can I give back to the community? 30:17 What is one life-changing experience you've had? 34:03 Who were the key people or things in your life that influenced you much? 37:43 Sponsor message 38:50 Do you have any consistent habits that you'd like to share? 43:23 Were there things in the past you'd like to change? 44:50 What is your final message to the public? 46:11 How can people find you? Links Energize, Explore, Enjoy Podcast: Energize, Explore, Enjoy Podcast by KG Food Company & Energy Pods Ian's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ian_devereux_white/?hl=en Ian's TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@iandevereuxwhite Smith Devereux Winery: https://www.smithdevereux.com Shop Energy Pods: Energy Pods – KG Food Company
Miranda Kerr is an accomplished model and the founder and CEO of KORA Organics. Born and raised in Australia surrounded by family and farmland, she got her start in modeling at 13 and soon established herself as one of the most in-demand and influential faces in the world of fashion and beauty.In 2007, Victoria's Secret signed Miranda as an Angel, making her the first and only Australian model ever to hold the coveted title. It was only a couple of years later that she would start and self-fund KORA Organics, an award-winning, certified organic skincare brand which is sold in over 30 countries.She is also a mother of three children, a Certified Health Coach, a best-selling author, and a supporter of numerous causes relating to women, children, health, and the environment.*The Founder Hour is brought to you by Outer. Outer makes the world's most beautiful, comfortable, innovative, and high-quality outdoor furniture - ALL from sustainable materials - and is the ONLY outdoor furniture with a patented built-in cover to make protecting it effortless. From teak chairs to fire pit tables, everything Outer makes has the look and feel of what you'd expect at a 5-star resort, for less than you'd pay at a big box store for something that won't last.For a limited time, get 10% off and FREE shipping at www.liveouter.com/thefounderhour. Terms and conditions apply.*This episode is brought to you by “More Than Profit.” If you enjoy The Founder Hour, we think you'll enjoy this podcast too. It celebrates entrepreneurs, investors, and leaders that are living and working with purpose. The host, Bryce Butler, sits down with his guests and shares personal stories about what it's like to succeed…and even fail. But more than that, what motivates them beyond just profit to press forward in their work and as a leader.Check out “More Than Profit” wherever you get your podcasts or at www.morethanprofit.fm.*This episode is brought to you by Jason Wu Beauty, affordable luxury makeup infused with skincare ingredients. Founded on the idea that beauty should be effortless and chic, Jason Wu Beauty is about really showing yourself through the beauty products, not being covered up by them. Whether you prefer minimal, natural elegance or bold glamor, Jason Wu Beauty has the perfect products for you. With colors and shades that can be used with any skin tone, you can create countless looks to enhance your natural beauty and release your inner icon. You will feel beautiful, confident, and completely yourself. Jason Wu Beauty is clean, and always cruelty-free.Available now at Target, JCPenney, Shoppers Drug Mart, and JasonWuBeauty.com.
“Gift Aid, yes people know about it (but) they still dont understand it… there is about £750m unclaimed in Gift Aid every year, split between smaller charities unable to claim or dont have the skills to do it and higher rate tax-payers not really understanding … how they could be claiming an additional 25% on the gross (donation) in their tax returns.” Our guest today is Anna Josse, Founder and CEO of Prism the Gift Fund. Prism is a UK-based charity that is changing the face of philanthropy. Prism's mission is to increase the flow of funds into the charitable sector, through creating efficiencies in the process of giving. Prism offers a unique and straight-forward alternative to setting up a charitable foundation, enabling donors to give tax-efficiently without the administrative hassle. Since its inception in 2005, Prism has facilitated over £550m in donations to thousands of charities across the world. In this episode, we dive into the different services offered by Prism, including Donor Advised Funds and Collective Funds. We explore how their innovative approach is revolutionising mid to high level giving in the UK, and also discuss the rise of the Philanthropy Paradox. Anna shares her insights on how the UK charity sector can learn from the American approach to philanthropy, as well as her vision for making philanthropy accessible to all. Recorded February 2023.
For Episode 137 of the Wealth On Any Income Podcast, Rennie is joined by Jonathan Jay. Jonathan has been an entrepreneur successfully buying and selling businesses for over 30 years. He has built businesses in publishing, digital marketing, adult education and coaching, and preschool education - and sold each of them. Jonathan is now passionate about sharing his life experience to help others successfully buy businesses through his consultancy company, Dealmakers.Jonathon is an advocate of a healthy work-life balance, after suffering mental and physical burnout himself, he now believes you can achieve success without business taking over your life.He helps other people buy businesses and helps them avoid the expensive mistakes - as he says he has made them all!Are you ready to learn how to create wealth buying and selling businesses?In this episode, Rennie and Jonathan cover:01:52 How Jonathan realized a different way of being in business - buying and selling businesses.04:44 Jonathan's two favorite charities The Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children (https://www.gosh.nhs.uk/) and his seven-year-old daughter's all-girls school in London.05:45 Who Jonathan's clients are - the people who he helps to buy & sell businesses.07:22 A recent challenge that Jonathan faced and what he learned from it about himself.12:59 To get hundreds of videos all about buying and selling businesses visit Jonathan's YouTube channel at https://email@example.com:16 Jonathan shares who he feels can buy a business successfully and the person you become in the process of buying and selling businesses.“Many years ago in the 1990s, I had a publishing business. On one particular day, I will never forget it, someone approached me and said that they wanted to buy the business. I never thought that was ever going to be possible that I would sell this company - and I did the deal. I sold the business and I made more money the day I sold that business than I had in the previous two and a half years of owning and running the business. So, to put that another way, I'd worked very, very hard seven days a week for two and a half years and then I sold it and I made more money than all that effort combined. That opened my eyes to a different way of being in business.” – Jonathan JayTo get hundreds of videos all about buying a business visit Jonathan's YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/@thedealmakersTo learn more about Jonathan and Dealmakers visit https://www.thedealmakersacademy.com/about-us/If you'd like to know how books, movies, and society programs you to be poor, and what the cure is visit wealthonanyincome.com/tedx. You'll hear Rennie's TEDx talk and can request a free 27-page Roadmap to Complete Financial Choice® and receive a weekly email with tips, techniques, or inspiration around your business or money. AND if you'd like to see how you can increase your wealth and donate to the causes that touch your heart. Please check out our affordable program ‘Wealth with Purpose'.Rennie's Books and Programshttps://wealthonanyincome.com/books/Wealth with Purpose:https://wealthonanyincome.com/wealthwithpurposeRennie's 9 Days to Financial Freedom program:https://wealthonanyincome.com/programsConnect with Rennie Websites:WealthOnAnyIncome.comRennieGabriel.comEmail: Rennie@WealthOnAnyIncome.comLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/renniegabriel/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WealthOnAnyIncome/Twitter: https://twitter.com/RennieGabrielYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdIkYMOuvzHQqVXe4e_L8PgInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/wealthonanyincome/
The Importance of Philanthropy within the Black and Brown Communities — Dr. Mara Perez, Founder and Principal of Latino Futures, discusses the importance of Latinos and African Americans engaging in philanthropy—both as donors and as professionals. According to Dr. Perez, the Black and Brown communities must become more involved in the philanthropic sector on multiple levels to ensure the viability of organizations that serve our communities. Dr. Perez also discusses her publication “Roadmap to Latino Prosperity,” which argues that Latino prosperity is critical to America's future and is based on four pillars: education, entrepreneurship, workforce development and Latino philanthropy. Highlights from our conversation: Dr. Mara Perez and her work in philanthropy The Latino Community Foundation Giving Circles Latino Futures The lack of diversity within the philanthropic sectors The impact of white philanthropy on nonprofits that serve the Black and Brown communities Why African Americans and Latinos should engage in all levels of philanthropy Publication: “Roadmap to Latino Prosperity” The four pillars of America's future Resources: https://www.latinofutures.com/
The Crazy Town Podcast "Family Philanthropy"
The Black Fundraisers' Podcast
ABOUT THE BLACK FUNDRAISERS' PODCAST The Black Fundraisers' Podcast was founded in 2021 by Kia Croom, CEO of Kia Croom Fundraising and Philanthropy, a Black-woman-owned fundraising firm that works exclusively with nonprofits serving Black and Brown people and communities. Visit www.kiacroom.com to learn more. Subscribe to the Black Fundraisers' Podcast wherever podcasts are available. Connect with us on IG & YouTube, and LinkedIn @Blackfundraiserspodcast **ABOUT TODAY'S GUEST**** Tiffany Ker Xiong is the Advancement Director at The Constellation Fund. She's a proud Hmong American, a mother to three beautiful children, and an avid fisherwoman. She has pursued an ambitious community leadership career focused on building equitable and inclusive spaces and communities through collaborations across different sectors and the amplification of community voice. Tiffany has extensive experience in community and campaign organizing as well as fundraising strategy and execution, providing her with a depth and breadth of perspective that has added value to notable political campaigns, critical grassroots efforts and leading cultural and philanthropic organizations. Tiffany has worked in philanthropy and fundraising in various roles and capacities for ten years. Prior to joining Constellation, Tiffany was the Development Director of Theater Mu, the second-largest Asian-American theater in the U.S. **Connect with Kia Croom**** The Black Fundraisers' Podcast is produced by Kia Croom Fundraising & Philanthropy. This Black-woman-owned fundraising firm helps nonprofits serving Black and Brown communities raise critical funding to fight the byproducts of structural racism. That is, structural inequities such as poverty, homelessness, educational inequity and more. Visit www.kiacroom.com to learn ways you can work with Kia Croom. This podcast is hosted by ZenCast.fm
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Philanthropist Nicholas Berggruen speaks with ShaoLan about the importance of “holistic” philanthropy and the best ways to empower people. He has already endowed the Berggruen Institute and joined the “Giving Pledge” to donate most of his wealth to charity.
Asking for Good: Fundraisers help you launch your Nonprofit Career
Episode 2 in our STAKEHOLDERS SERIES features 3 executive and administrative nonprofit professionals. These roles are those who keep the North Star in view, allow us to fund the mission, ensure we are legally compliant and retaining the public trust. The administrative team includes employees like C-suite executives, fundraisers, human resource officers, accountants, and more. These experts are team builders, problem-solvers, and strategy creators. Katie Pooser (co-host and planned giving fundraising expert) shares perspectives as a fundraiser while Lillian Samuel (CEO, Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bay Area) and Jenny Pagel Guile (Executive Director, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation-Gateway Chapter) offer their career advice as organizational leaders. Listen in to hear about the magic that can happen when a job seeker shares their aspirations. Hear why and how to build a personal board of directors, what it is like to transition in and out of the sector, and the traits hiring managers are looking for when they interview a job seeker. GUESTS (in order of appearance): KATIE POOSER has provided thought and strategic leadership at a diverse set of nonprofit organizations, including youth development, health care and environmental stewardship, from start-up to mature, from local to global in scale. Balancing empathy and results is a hallmark of her 15-year fundraising practice. Her next post is Director of Planned Giving. She is a Chartered Advisor in Philanthropy with an Economics, B.S. and a Master of Public Administration degree. She served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in West Africa. She is the incoming treasurer of the Philanthropic Planned Giving Group of Greater New York, is a board member of Jana's Campaign, an education nonprofit preventing domestic violence, and host of the podcast Asking for Good. LILLIAN SAMUEL is a trailblazer in her role as CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bay Area, as the first African American to hold the position in the agency's history. With a passion for making a difference in her community, Lillian has spent over 15 years working in leadership roles within the nonprofit philanthropic sector. She has a proven track record of success, having led teams to raise over $50M in revenue for large institutions including the University of California, San Fran Francisco, Girl Scouts of Northern California and community health centers throughout the Bay Area. Her vision is to support creating a more just and equitable community through mentorship, ensuring young people have every opportunity to reach their full potential. Under her leadership, Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bay Area serves all nine counties of the region. In 2023, Lillian was recognized by the Marcus Foster Education Institute as a Visionary for Diversity . Lillian is a proud alumna of the University of Pennsylvania, where she earned her BA, and the University of San Francisco, where she earned her MA in Nonprofit Management. JENNY PAGEL GUILE has been in the nonprofit sector for nearly 20 years. Beginning with Girl Scouts running the summer day camp programs and troop recruitment. Following her Master's completion she stayed in higher education and Greek affairs before transitioning to community outreach and volunteer management with a local animal shelter. Jenny has worked with national health charities, National MS Society and the March of Dimes Foundation. She led fundraising efforts, managed staff and volunteer advisory boards. Progressing to larger organizations and leadership positions such as ALSAC & the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. She holds a Masters in Education: Leadership and Policy Studies from the University of Memphis and earned her certification in volunteer administration (CVA) in 2018. Jenny manages a multi-million dollar chapter revenue budget, fundraising staff, volunteers and leads community outreach and high wealth donor relationships. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/askingforgood/support
Next episode available from Monday, May 1st with guest Dr. Mara Perez The Importance of Philanthropy within the Black and Brown Communities
Ep 79: Generations of Giving: The Power of Grandparents & Grandchildren in Family Business Philanthropy Join us as we talk to returning guest Jay Hughes Jr. about the powerful way family businesses can build and maintain a strong sense of purpose and legacy across the generations by utilizing philanthropic activities, and create a shared vision for making positive impacts on society. Share this episode with other family business owners who are interested in the power of generational giving! OUR GUEST Jay Hughes Jr.* James E. “Jay” Hughes, Jr. is a sixth-generation counselor-at-law, now retired, author and co-author of multiple books and influential articles on family governance and wealth preservation. He is renowned for facilitating multigenerational family meetings, with an emphasis on governance issues. Hughes is frequently called on to address international and domestic symposia on helping families to flourish through the growth of their human, intellectual, spiritual, social and financial capital. Through his pioneering work with families, Hughes has become the leading voice for a more enlightened, expansive approach to family office management and in turn, a mentor to countless family office executives. In 2021, the James E. Hughes, Jr. Foundation was established to honor Jay and the Hughes family lineage through educational programs and funding for advisors who are similarly called to serve families. Find out more about Mr. Hughes on his website or through the Jay Hughes Jr Foundation. ------- If you're a family business or a family business consultant and want to be on the show, share your story and help other family businesses, send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or visit us at The Family Biz Show | Family Business Podcast With Michael Palumbos (familywealthandlegacy.com) to fill out our web form! --- *not affiliated with Lincoln Advisors Corp. CRN-5485731-022723 Michael Palumbos is a registered representative of Lincoln Financial Advisors Corp. Securities and investment advisory services offered through Lincoln Financial Advisors Corp., a broker/dealer (member SIPC) and registered investment advisor. Insurance offered through Lincoln affiliates and other fine companies. Family Wealth & Legacy, LLC is not an affiliate of Lincoln Financial Advisors Corp. Lincoln Financial Advisors Corp. and its representatives do not provide legal or tax advice. You may want to consult a legal or tax advisor regarding any legal or tax information as it relates to your personal circumstances.
In this episode of the Geoff Desiato show, after almost 10 years, I begin writing songs again, and our family goes on a once-in-a-lifetime trip to Florida. Subscribe to the podcast and the newsletter subscribe.geoffreydesiato.com
KERRY WOOD loves May 5th and it doesn't have anything to do with Cinco de Mayo. For 13 years, the Big Day of Giving in the Sacramento area is a BIG THING. Wood is the CEO of the Sacramento Region Community Foundation and as CEO is in charge of this annual event. What is the Big Day of Giving? It's an opportunity for the Sacramento region to support the non-profits in the area. Consider the numbers. Since its inception in 2013, the Big Day of Giving has raised over 78 million dollars, including a record 13.4 million that was raised last year. This year, a record 760 organizations will benefit from donors like you and I.HOST STEVE BUZZARD on Kerry Wood | "Kerry is another strong leader in the community. With her small, but mighty team, they are able to put together that truly is a proud tradition that takes place in our region. Through our conversation, I can sense the passion that Kerry has for her job!"Our Connection | Kerry's son Dylan attended my basketball camp as a kid and even had the opportunity to serve as a coach at my annual summer camp. The video version of this episode is ALSO AVAILABLE on YOUTUBE. Check it out and be sure to SUBSCRIBE (this will allow you to get notified of ALL new ETB episodes as they are released) -- ETB with Kerry WoodFUN FACT | You can give starting today OR on the Day of the event scheduled for Friday May 5th, 2023!ENJOY THE TALKING STORY!
Impact Boom Podcast - Social Enterprise & Design
On Episode 388 of Impact Boom, Nicola Stokes of AMP Foundation discusses the evolution of how philanthropy has supported Australian social entrepreneurs and developing a more sophisticated understanding of impact investing's future potential.
To celebrate a million downloads and the first year of the "Naked Lunch" podcast, Phil & David answer some of your phone calls, as well as a few questions sent by social media. Let us know if you would like more chances to phone it in with Phil and David. To learn more about building community through food and "Somebody Feed the People," visit the Philanthropy page at philrosenthalworld.com.