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Deep-dive conversations with philanthropists, CSR professionals, and nonprofit thought leaders from across the Arab region. Shaping Philanthropy is brought to you by Circle, a partnership between Philanthropy Age and Pearl Initiative, and is supported by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
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Philanthropy Speaks

Community Foundation Of Greater Flint

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A podcast by the Community Foundation of Greater Flint, Philanthropy Speaks brings you candid conversations with leaders from the nonprofit sector and inspiring individuals who are making an impact in Flint and Genesee County, Michigan. Tune in as we explore the stories and initiatives driving positive change in our community.
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Tune in to DonorSearch‘s Philanthropy Masterminds series for the freshest voices and ideas in fundraising! Your organization‘s work and your positive impact on the world are sure to advance when you join the conversations in our deep-dive podcasts or CFRE credit-earning webinars.
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Listen to 250+ interviews on philanthropy, sustainability and social entrepreneurship. Guests include Paul Polman, David Lynch, Siya Kolisi, Cherie Blair, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Bob Moritz, David Miliband and Julia Gillard. Hosted by Alberto Lidji, Visiting Professor at Strathclyde Business School and ex-Global CEO of the Novak Djokovic Foundation. Visit Lidji.org for more information.
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"What Gives" Podcast is hosted by Erin Satzger and focuses on philanthropy, community, business and family. Erin is the current CEO of the Northern Cincinnati Foundation. With insightful interviews and thoughtful commentary, "What Gives" is the perfect podcast for anyone who wants to learn more about how business and philanthropy can work together to create a better future for all. Listen now to discover how you can make a difference in your own community.
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Lead with Heart | Philanthropy, Nonprofit Leadership, Nonprofit Management & Fundraising

Haley Cooper | Certified Fundraising Executive (CFRE), Certified Stress Management Coach, Certified EmC Trainer

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Welcome to the Lead with Heart Podcast, where the heartbeat of philanthropy, nonprofit leadership, and fundraising resonates in every episode. I'm Haley, your host—a Certified Fundraising Executive (CFRE), Certified Stress Management Coach, Certified EmC trainer, and, most importantly, a recovering nonprofit burnout survivor. In this empowering space, we invite nonprofit professionals to amplify their voices and unveil the heart behind their missions. Our mission is clear: to empower, elevat ...
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Hello and welcome to Food, Family, and Philanthropy, the podcast that combines my passions for real estate, family, food, sports, and most importantly, giving back to the community. I'm Michael Nathanson, and for nearly two decades, I've been working in the real estate business in beautiful South Florida. Throughout my career, I have found that the most rewarding experiences are those that involve giving back to the community. And that's why I decided to create this podcast: to explore how w ...
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The issues, stories, and people changing the world in philanthropy and the Jewish community. If you like "What Gives?" be sure to check out "Outside the Tzedakah Box" (https://honeycomb.org/podcast-outside-tzedakah-box/) a podcast on Jewish youth philanthropy from JFN's Honeycomb.
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The Philanthropy Roundtable

The Philanthropy Roundtable

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The Philanthropy Roundtable’s mission is to foster excellence in philanthropy, to protect philanthropic freedom, to assist donors in achieving their philanthropic intent, and to help donors advance liberty, opportunity, and personal responsibility in America and abroad. Follow Karl Zinsmeister's podcast, Sweet Charity, for short weekly stories about how private giving solves public problems.
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Wish you had a blueprint for solving gender inequality? We’ve got you. This season Khara Jabola-Carolus dives into thorny issues, breaks down global problems, and explores ways that we can dismantle barriers to lasting, pivotal change through philanthropy--because the future is feminist by design.
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The word philanthropy is a derivative of the Greek word Philanthrōpía, meaning love for mankind. It describes the ecosystem of nonprofit workers, organizations, donors, foundations and volunteers who make up the social sector. Field Notes in Philanthropy will host conversations to explore the places where politics, current events and philanthropy intersect and their impact locally and globally. Hosted by Patrick Center, News and Public Affairs Director, WGVU Public Media, PBS & NPR Tory Mart ...
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Giving Insights® is the monthly podcast series produced by Strategic Philanthropy, Ltd. Every month the series will address important issues facing our communities and the world. There will be conversations with thought leaders and change-makers who explore what is happening post-Pandemic and what the challenges and opportunities for philanthropy and for all of us are as we navigate a changing landscape. Strategic Philanthropy, Ltd, is a global philanthropic advisory firm helping high net wo ...
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Philanthropy Australia Podcast

Philanthropy Australia

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The Philanthropy Australia Podcast is the destination for those interested in the issues, the debates, and the thinking around philanthropy. In each episode, we'll bring you a short discussion about what's engaging the nation's philanthropists, and those in the 'for purpose' sector. Whether it's a discussion about what it means to be a philanthropist in Australia, guidance to improve your giving practise, or information about PA's signature thought-leading events, this podcast is for you.
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SVCF Philanthropy Now Podcast

SVCF Community Foundation | Helping Philanthropic Organizations and Donors

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Listen to SVCF Philanthropy Now podcast episodes free, on demand. As the largest community foundation in the world, SVCF engages donors and corporations from Silicon Valley, across the country and around the globe to make our region and world better for all. With our podcast series, we explore trends in the world of philanthropy, social impact initiatives in Silicon Valley and beyond, and how SVCF promotes innovative philanthropic solutions to challenging problems. Tune in, subscribe, and fo ...
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Can we talk about…? is a podcast that invites philanthropic leaders into candid conversations with their peers to normalize the messiness of leading for racial equity and reflect on what it takes to create lasting transformation. In our pilot season, we’re bringing you peer to peer conversations between Executive Directors, Board Chairs and Board Members across philanthropy on the topic of leading for racial equity at the governance level. This podcast is brought to you by The Giving Practic ...
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Unfunded List Open Door Philanthropy

Unfunded List Open Door Philanthropy

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Unfunded List’s Open Door Philanthropy Podcast gathers philanthropists, entrepreneurs, and changemakers of all stripes. Hosted by Dave Moss, who founded Unfunded List in 2015 to help make sure that the next generation of changemakers get the feedback and recognition they need to be successful. Our mission is to demystify and open the door to private philanthropy for the general public while providing a platform for our guests to discuss their life's work. Unfunded List reviews funding propos ...
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Tea with a Titan is a weekly 1-hour podcast during which long-time interview-buff Mary-Jo Dionne speaks with those people who have one thing in common. The quest for authentic greatness. Be it entrepreneur, athlete, entertainer, artist, philanthropist, thought-leader, or difference maker, if the target is greatness -- even in the face of hurdles -- Mary-Jo will be having tea with them.
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Philanthropy Revolution - written by Lisa Greer and Larissa Kostoff - produces a polarizing reaction to its central theme of how Fundraisers and Development Officers miss the mark when asking for donations. Meg Padovani offers her views on this book and invites you to weigh in on the discussion. Philanthropy Revolution How to Inspire Donors, Build …
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Today, we chatted with Lee Meigs, the recipient of the Catalyst Cornerstone Award at the Community Foundation Awards. This award recognizes individuals who inspire and drive transformative processes for GMCF’s benefit. We explored Lee’s heartwarming story during our discussion, highlighting her work with Big Brothers Big Sisters and co-founding Fai…
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Welcome to the Lead with Heart podcast! Today I’m joined by LaVal Brewer, President and CEO of South County Outreach. With over 30 years of experience in the nonprofit sector, LaVal shares his journey from youth to leadership. He credits his success to God's guidance, emphasizing how faith informs his servant leadership approach. At South County Ou…
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The CEO of the Impact Investing Institute, Kieron Boyle, discusses the nuances of impact investing, its various definitions, and the role it plays in creating a fairer, greener, and more resilient future. Kieron explains the mission of the Impact Investing Institute, a nonprofit established by the UK government to accelerate impact investing both i…
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Topic: Global Jewry Guest: Sandy Cardin Bio: Sanford “Sandy” Cardin is the founder of Global Jewry. A graduate of Harvard University, Sandy is a member of the bar of DC, Florida, Maryland and the United States Supreme Court, as well as the Senior Consultant for Philanthropy and Impact at Cresset Capital. After a short stint practicing law, Sandy sh…
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Dive into a world where patience meets passion in this compelling episode of "Food, Family, and Philanthropy." Our dynamic host kicks off with a candid real estate update, shedding light on the market’s need for patience and resilience in these evolving times. The spotlight then turns to Michael Piccoli, a digital marketing guru from Providence, wh…
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In this episode of Philanthropy Speaks—Championing Fatherhood, Host Moses Bingham, Director of Strategic Initiatives of the Community Foundation of Greater Flint, is joined by Shon Hart and Alan Jordan of InvolvedDad. Explore how Shon Hart founded InvolvedDad, an organization that empowers men to be engaged fathers by providing training, coaching, …
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Today, we talked with C. Clyde Jones, the Influence Cornerstone Award recipient at the Community Foundation Awards. This award recognizes those who saw the potential of what a community foundation could do for Manhattan. During our discussion, we learned about this 101-year-old pillar of the Manhattan community becoming Kansas State University's in…
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Welcome back to the Lead with Heart podcast! Today I'm excited to share insights from Steve Smith, Executive Coach and founder of Growth Source Coaching. With over 40 years of business experience, Steve has helped countless leaders improve their skills and build thriving organizations. We discuss the challenges nonprofit leaders face in developing …
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Jon Rosser, Chair of the Single Homeless Project, on the systemic undercounting of women experiencing homelessness. Overview: In this eye-opening episode of the Do One Better Podcast, Alberto Lidji sits down with Jon Rosser, Chair of the Single Homeless Project, to delve into the pressing issue of homelessness in the UK, with a particular focus on …
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Today, we chatted with Therese Miller, the recipient of the Influence Cornerstone Award at the Community Foundation Awards. This award recognizes those who saw the potential of what a community foundation could do for Manhattan. During our discussion, we uncovered how her parents and church ignited her passion for giving, her extensive volunteer wo…
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In this enlightening episode, we are joined by Tony Hulton, Chief Executive Officer of Walking with the Wounded. Tony shares the critical work his organisation is doing to support ex-service personnel in the UK. The discussion spans across various support services provided by the charity, including mental health, social work, employment support, an…
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In doing research on the data-driven business approach, Jay highlights two books he read along the way. This book report episode has insights and descriptions on two books related to being a Data Driven enterprise and how they can help you understand a data-driven culture and how nonprofits can thrive when they focus on what the data in telling the…
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Today, we talked with Neil Horton, an Impact Cornerstone Award recipient at the Community Foundation Awards. This award recognizes those who had a strong impact in making GMCF successful. During our discussion, we delved into Neil's professional life, from his early days in Topeka to his role at the Beyer Construction Company under the mentorship o…
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In today’s episode, guest Rob Webb, a seasoned nonprofit consultant with over 35 years of experience, discusses the sustainability of fundraising efforts through volunteer-led campaigns. By empowering volunteer leaders to spearhead fundraising initiatives, nonprofits can navigate challenges stemming from staff turnover more effectively. Rob discuss…
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In this episode of the Do One Better Podcast, Alberto Lidji engages in a compelling conversation with Geoff Ibbotson, the Executive Director of the Global Surgery Foundation. Geoff shares his journey and the critical work his organization is doing to improve surgical care systems worldwide, particularly in low-resource settings. This episode sheds …
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Topic: Learning from a Master Guest: Richard M. Joel Bio: Richard M. Joel became Yeshiva University’s fourth president on September 21, 2003, and was named Bravmann Family University Professor in April 2010. Over his tenure, President Joel built upon the illustrious tradition of this storied institution by placing a renewed emphasis on the student …
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In this episode, we speak with Paul Clolery, Vice President and Editorial Director of NPT Publishing Group and The Nonprofit Times, the leading publication for America's charitable sector. A lifelong journalist, Paul began his career on his high school and college papers, then worked at leading papers like the Fort Worth Star Telegram and later as …
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Today, we chatted with Cheryl Grice, the recipient of the Catalyst Cornerstone Award at the Community Foundation Awards. This award recognizes individuals who inspire and drive transformative processes for GMCF’s benefit. During our discussion, we explored Cheryl’s background, professional life, the pivotal role played by supportive local groups li…
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Send us a Text Message. A philanthropist, an entrepreneur, and a humanitarian diplomat, Lynn Zovighian wears many hats - and all of them passionately. In this wide-ranging interview for Circle, Lynn joins us down the line from Beirut (where the internet connection is not totally stable) to tell us about her personal philanthropic journey and what d…
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Cameron McCollum, Director of the Sudreau Global Justice Institute at Pepperdine Caruso School of Law, on justice system reform in Africa. In this episode we delve into improving access to justice and building capacity within justice systems in Africa. We discuss the problem of case backlog and how ADR (alternative dispute resolution) can help impr…
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Join host Erin Satzger on this enlightening episode of the What Gives Podcast as we dive into the world of sustainable energy with Seth Parker and Fabian Schmahl from Melink Solar. Since 2009, Melink Solar has been a pioneer in the commercial solar industry, dedicated to reducing power costs and championing Net Zero energy buildings. With a stagger…
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Today, we chatted with Terry Arthur, the recipient of the Influence Cornerstone Award at the Community Foundation Awards. This award recognizes those who saw the potential of what a community foundation could do for Manhattan. During our discussion, we discovered Terry’s journey in the Manhattan community from serving as general counsel for the Kan…
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In this episode, I discuss the consequences of a nonprofit becoming too dependent on its CEO with my guest Emily Taylor, founder of Teeny Big. Emily shares her expertise in helping nonprofits untangle their identity from individual leadership and build resilient structures for long-term success. Tune in to understand how to empower other leaders wi…
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The CEO of the British Exploring Society, Honor Wilson-Fletcher, on inequality of access to the great outdoors and transforming lives. Significant parts of the population do not feel welcomed, and don’t have access nor experience of what it’s like to be in the outdoors. The British Exploring Society is a youth development charity that’s been around…
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Topic: Diaspora Jewry Guest: Chaya Yosovich Bio: Chaya is the CEO of the Yael Foundation, a private charitable foundation, established by Uri and Yael Poliavich, dedicated to maintaining and developing Jewish educational institutions around the world. The foundation is committed to enabling Jewish children everywhere to receive a good general educa…
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Ken Phillips was named Outstanding Fundraising Professional by the Association of Fundraising Professionals in 2024, the organization's highest honor. Since his career began in 1961, ken has served in leadership roles at the Institute for International Education, Save the Children, and Plan International, where he revolutionized marketing and donor…
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In today's episode Jianell talks with Kate Nimety of the Zuri Group. Kate shares insights on the evolution of advancement services, the future of fund management, the importance of scalable solutions, and a horror story about a CRM change. aasp - The Association of Advancement Services Professionals - advserv.org The Zuri Group - zurigroup.com…
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Today, we chatted with Tom Fryer, the recipient of the Influence Cornerstone Award at the Community Foundation Awards. This award recognizes those who saw the potential of what a community foundation could do for Manhattan. During our discussion, we explored Tom’s background, and professional life, talked about his wife Angie, her work with the Fai…
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Remember the last time you sat with an old friend, reliving the good old days over a meal that just hit the spot? That's the essence of our latest episode, where my foodie comrade joins me to swap tales from our Tilted Kilt days to entrepreneurial escapades, business card brilliance, and the heartfelt hustle that binds us. Their presence adds the p…
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John Craven, former Director of the UK’s Social Mobility Commission and current Executive Officer of System 2 – a registered charity in Australia – explores social mobility from numerous angles, including education, employability, social networks and intergenerational dynamics. Among the various insights discussed, we explore how the school readine…
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In this episode, we speak with Ryan Zapolski, one of four individuals honored with the Outstanding Young Professional Award by the Association of Fundraising Professionals in 2024. Ryan serves as Senior Manager of Development at Smile Train, a nonprofit dedicated to comprehensive cleft care now celebrating its 25th anniversary. There, he oversees t…
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In this episode, we speak with Stacey Buckner, one of the Top Ten CNN Heroes of 2023 and recipient of the North Carolina Governor's Medallion Award. After surviving a nearly fatal stroke and traumatic brain injury, Stacey turned her journey of recovery into a mission to serve others. She founded Off-Road Outreach, an organization which provides mea…
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Join us in this episode of Philanthropy Speaks as we dive into entrepreneurship, social enterprise, and the evolving food scene in Flint, Michigan. Host Damon Ross, Program Officer at the Community Foundation of Greater Flint, engages in a captivating dialogue with Tony Vu, the pioneering force behind Flint Social Club. Explore Tony's remarkable jo…
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Today, we chatted with Polly Stoecklein, the recipient of the Catalyst Cornerstone Award at the Community Foundation Awards. This award recognizes individuals who inspire and drive transformative processes for GMCF’s benefit. During our discussion, we explored Polly’s background, professional life, passion for dogs, the founding of Fairy Godmothers…
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Lydia Knight is the founder and CEO of The She Center, an internationally recognized eating disorder expert and a pioneer in the field of female empowerment. Lydia discusses applying neuroscience principles to reprogram limiting beliefs around thoughts, emotions, and leadership. We discussed the importance of creating psychologically safe environme…
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The CEO of the Children’s Society, Mark Russell, talks about the new children’s support hub they’re launching in London, UK in July 2024, their 140-year history, ambitions for the future and creating an evidence base to roll out a nation-wide network of support hubs. We celebrate the £1M grant from BBC Children in Need just announced on 15th May to…
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Episode 49 of What Gives? the Jewish philanthropy podcast from Jewish Funders Network. We continue our series of messages from the stage of the 2024 JFN International Conference. This week, IsraAid CEO Yotam Polizer is joined by Prof. Nava Levit-Binnun to talk about IsraAid's transition to working within Israel in the wake of October 7th, and how m…
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Today, we talked with Dennis Mullin, an Impact Cornerstone Award recipient at the Community Foundation Awards. This award recognizes those who had a strong impact in making GMCF successful. During our discussion, we delved into Dennis's professional life, his mentoring of college students, starting the Flint Hills Breadbasket, founding the Flint Hi…
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As we celebrate 25 years in real estate, our top guest, and my bro, Dan Nathanson, joins the mic, sharing lasting connections and milestones as rich as Carlino's white truffle pizza. We reminisce with Celtics legends and indulge in a culinary symphony. Our chat serves up family stories as layered as lasagna, with nods to kids' adventures and summer…
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In this episode, we speak with William Cabaniss, a high school student from Knoxville, Tennessee, and founder of Vanilla Feeds Tomorrow, recipient of the 2024 William R. Simms Award for Outstanding Youth in Philanthropy, sponsored by Carter through the AFP Foundation for Philanthropy. Recognized for his dedication to combating hunger and food insec…
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The Secretary General of the World Organization of the Scout Movement (WOSM), Ahmad Alhendawi, joins Alberto Lidji as the 100-day countdown starts to Word Scouting’s general assembly in August 2024; bringing together members from 174 countries as they launch their new global strategy for the next 10 years; unveiling a refreshed brand, and leveragin…
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Episode 48 of What Gives? the Jewish philanthropy podcast from Jewish Funders Network. We continue our series of messages from the stage of the 2024 JFN International Conference. This week, Oded Adomi Leshem, author of Hope Amidst Conflict, gives his perspective on hope, resilience, and vision, and shares a first person account of Israel's civic st…
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Today, we talked with Sue Maes, the Influence Cornerstone Award recipient at the Community Foundation Awards. This award recognizes those who saw the potential of what a community foundation could do for Manhattan. During our discussion, we delved into Sue’s history, professional life, involvement with the foundation, starting the Fairy Godmothers,…
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Today, on the Lead with Heart podcast, I’m selfishly so excited to have Patton McDowell on the show and to share our conversation with you. We are discussing his path to becoming a leader in the nonprofit sector and the lessons he has learned over his career. Focusing on why nonprofit leaders often face high turnover, we talk about things like unre…
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In the compelling season finale of our limited series, host Khara Jabola-Carolus invites listeners to embrace radical shifts in philanthropy to address systemic gender inequalities. We highlight the role of philanthropists who leverage their wealth to fundamentally dismantle the harmful class structures they belong to and benefit from. Featuring in…
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Host Khara Jabola-Carolus delves into the complex interplay between U.S. foreign policy and feminist philanthropy in our third episode of the series. We dissect the U.S.-based barriers that make it difficult to fund not just feminist activism but have metastasized into impediments to funding innocuous, non-political services for women that are nece…
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The many components of our identities connect to form a unique human experience that is examined and explored further in “Diversity, Equity and Inclusion for Advancement Services – Best Practices for Today’s Success.” Join aasp for a book report and contributing author conversation on this free publication that engages readers through thoughtful de…
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The CEO of the Africa Venture Philanthropy Alliance (AVPA), Frank Aswani, joins Alberto Lidji to discuss creating an impact ecosystem in Africa and to explore the continuum of impact capital, from traditional philanthropy to private sector capital. A key challenge AVPA is focused on: How to solve Africa’s long-term sustainable growth financing chal…
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Lois Buntz is the author of "Generosity and Gender: Philanthropic Models for Women Donors and the Fund Development Professionals Who Support Them," recipient of the prestigious AFP/Skystone Partners Prize. A career veteran who has served on over 20 boards, raised more than $125 million, and been the first woman to serve as CEO of United Way of East…
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