A podcast dedicated to talking with nonprofits about the things they do to make their community a better place.
Gregory Shingles and Broderick Adderley discuss a new initiative at the Samaritan Hope Center, Inc., a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization under the auspices of the Samaritan Christian Center.For more details
Lenny Chesal, President of the South Florida Technology Alliance in Florida talks with me about working toward bridging the gap between universities and businesses, mentoring new IT professionals, fund raising for Big Brothers Big Sisters, and helping connect businesses in south Florida with local IT talent.For more details
Rabbi Frank DeWoskin of Temple Beth Emet in Cooper City, Florida talks with me about two annual events they hold, Nosh Fest and Mitzvah Day. Nosh Fest is a Jewish Food festival that benefits those in need, with a majority of what's raised going to an organization called Feeding South Florida. Last year it attracted more than 2,100 people. Mitzvah Day benefits more than 40 local and international organizations, drawing more than 1,300 volunteers every year.For more details
Pastor David Ayers of Richardson's Cove Baptist Church in Sevierville, Tennessee talks with me about how he got the idea of C.A.M.P. (Christian Afterschool Ministry Program) Cove. He goes on to discuss the trials and tribulations of getting this project off the ground, the positive effects this program has had on the children who have attended, and how this project strengthened the entire congregation.For more details