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Connect Kindness Podcast

72 episodes - English - Latest episode: about 1 month ago - ★★★★★ - 13 ratings

Our mission is to connect people with nonprofit organizations to inspire kindness. By featuring the founders and directors of the organizations on our podcast, our listeners can learn more about the nonprofits. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/connectkindness/support

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Episode 69 - Gary Oppenheimer, Founder of Faith Fights Food Waste

April 18, 2022 14:28 - 18 minutes - 24.9 MB

In today's episode we interview Gary Oppenheimer, the founder of Faith Fights Food Waste, which is a global awareness program of AmpleHarvest.org.  The program gives faith leaders of all religions the opportunity to speak to their congregations about the waste of food in America, each from their own faith perspective. Gary shares how his program focuses on providing faith leaders with sermons that empower each community to combat food waste.  We are thrilled to have Gary join us on another ...

Episode 68 - Tracy Chmelecki, Founder of Children without Beds

March 29, 2022 13:49 - 19 minutes - 26.6 MB

In today's episode we interview Tracy Chmelecki, the founder of Children without beds. Tracy and her team started a nonprofit in 2017 to answer the calling of children without beds in the Metro Atlanta area. Tracy opens up about how volunteering in an underprivileged community in Atlanta, GA opened her eyes and her heart to starting a nonprofit.  We discuss the process of how families can sign up for assistance to receive a bed and also the overwhelming demand that her organization has seen...

Episode 67 - Gary Oppnheimer, Founder of AmpleHarvest.org

February 22, 2022 14:27 - 37 minutes - 34.6 MB

In today's episode we interview Gary Oppnheimer, the founder of AmpleHarvest.org. Gary and his team envision an America where millions of gardeners eliminate wasted food, malnutrition and hunger in their own community. Gary shares with us the inspiration behind starting AmpleHarvest.org, and how he had the vision of connecting gardeners with local food pantries to provide fresh food for people in need.  We discuss how within 5 years of starting his organization, Gary was recognized as a CNN...

Episode 67 - Gary Oppenheimer, Founder of AmpleHarvest.org

February 22, 2022 14:27 - 37 minutes - 34.6 MB

In today's episode we interview Gary Oppenheimer, the founder of AmpleHarvest.org. Gary and his team envision an America where millions of gardeners eliminate wasted food, malnutrition and hunger in their own community. Gary shares with us the inspiration behind starting AmpleHarvest.org, and how he had the vision of connecting gardeners with local food pantries to provide fresh food for people in need.  We discuss how within 5 years of starting his organization, Gary was recognized as a CN...

Episode 66 - Christine O'Connell, Executive Director of Riley’s Way Foundation

January 25, 2022 15:06 - 23 minutes - 32 MB

In today's episode we interview Christine O’Connell, the executive Director of Riley’s Way Foundation. Their mission is to empower young leaders to use kindness and empathy to create meaningful connections and positive change. Christine shares with us the background of Riley’s Way and details the amazing programs that they offer.  We discuss their initiative to help kids in Public & Private schools connect in a meaningful way.  We learn about their upcoming event , “Call for Kindness” and h...

Episode 65 - Victoria Strickland, Director of Communications and Partnerships at About Fresh

January 07, 2022 18:27 - 31 minutes - 43.3 MB

In today's episode we interview Victoria Strickland, the Director of Communications and Partnerships at About Fresh. Located in the Boston area, they are on a mission to strengthen communities by getting healthy food to the households that need it most. The key to accomplishing their mission is that their programs are built to be integrated into community health systems. Victoria shares with us the inspiration behind “about fresh” and how the organization has evolved over the years.  We lea...

Episode 64 - Jacob Cramer, Founder of Love for our Elders

December 01, 2021 23:41 - 24 minutes - 33.1 MB

In today's episode we interview Jacob Cramer, the founder of Love for our Elders. His motto is - It only takes 5 minutes to put a smile on someone else’s face so Jacob began making & collecting cards to mail to elders in senior communities across the globe. He started his nonprofit at 13 so they now have over 50,000 volunteers. Jacob shares with us what inspired him at such a young age to start a nonprofit that focuses on helping the elderly.  We discuss the programs that Love for our elder...

Episode 63 - Brian Dozer, Founder of Vital Link

November 16, 2021 14:19 - 27 minutes - 37.1 MB

In today's episode we interview Brian Dozer, the founder of Vital Link. This 501c3 organization is dedicated to preparing students for their future careers through experiential learning opportunities. They offer programs that introduce students to the world of robotics, manufacturing, healthcare, computer programming, automotive technology and much more. Through these hands-on programs, they inspire students to feel confident and excited to pursue a fulfilling career. We learn about the pro...

Episode 62 - Sarah Aadland, Director at Doing Good Together

November 09, 2021 23:24 - 17 minutes - 24.6 MB

In today's episode we interview Sarah Aadland, the Director of Doing Good Together's Big-Hearted Families Program. DGT is a Minnesota-based national nonprofit that works to make volunteering and service, along with daily kindness, easy for every family. Sarah shares with us the mission of Doing Good Together and how they provide tools to both families and organizations to help raise compassionate, engaged children.  Sarah opens up about some of the lessons that the organization has learned ...

Episode 61 - Luke Mickelson, Founder & Executive Director of Sleep in Heavenly Peace

November 02, 2021 13:23 - 29 minutes - 40.7 MB

In today's episode we interview Luke Michelson, the Founder and Executive Director of Sleep in Heavenly Peace. Luke and his team of volunteers are dedicated to building, assembling and delivering top-notch bunk beds to children and families in need. Their motto is “No kid sleeps on the floor in our town”. Luke shares how a tiny moment changed the course of his life and set him on a mission to make sure that no kid sleeps on the floor.  We discuss how a simple Christmas project with his kids...

Episode 60 - Gloria Abram, Founder of A Bouquet of Balloons

September 03, 2021 18:09 - 41 minutes - 56.5 MB

In today's episode we interview Gloria Abram, the founder of A Bouquet of Balloons. Based in Georgia, this nonprofit organization is dedicated to delivering smiles and a bouquet of balloons to those patients in hospitals and the various senior citizens communities. Gloria shares with us the origin story of A Bouquet of Balloons, and how a visit to the hospital to see a friend gave her the idea to start her organization, and set her on a mission to brighten people’s day.  We discuss some of t...

Episode 59 - Andrea Muñiz & Mahathi Kumar of PSYDEH

August 12, 2021 18:32 - 24 minutes - 34.1 MB

In today's episode we interview two amazing young women from the PSYDEH Team,  Mahathi Kumar, the Assistant Project Manager &  Andrea Muñiz who leads Digital Communications. PSYDEH A.C. is an award-winning, non-profit organization that educates and empowers marginalized women in Mexico to lead social change and fight the inequalities they face.  Andrea and Mahathi share their journey that led them to joining the PSYDEH team.  We learn about the different initiatives that they are leading and...

Episode 58 - Diana Greenfield, Executive Director of Young Voices of Austin

July 17, 2021 03:43 - 21 minutes - 30.1 MB

In this episode we interview Diana Greenfield, the Executive Director & Chief Operating Officer of Young Voices of Austin. They foster musical excellence, leadership, and sustained academic achievement for a diverse population of young people ages 6 to 18. The children of Young Voices of Austin become global citizens who use the power of music as the path to create bridges throughout their city and into the world. Diana shares with us how she was inspired to start her organization in Austin...

Episode 57 - Peter Rose, President of the Rockhouse Foundation

June 16, 2021 12:55 - 43 minutes - 59.8 MB

In this episode we interview Peter Rose, who is the President of the Rockhouse Foundation in Jamaica.  The Rockhouse Foundation has been transforming learning environments in the Negril area for over 15 years. Originally focused on the renovation of public primary schools, the foundation broadened its focus to include the Negril Library, and the past 5 years has been concentrating on early childhood education.  Peter shares with us his background and what led him to dedicating his life to he...

Episode 56 - Cathy Heying, Founder of The Lift Garage

May 21, 2021 16:26 - 37 minutes - 51.6 MB

In today's episode we interview Cathy Heying, the Founder of The Lift Garage. Imagine a homeless person who lives in their cars or the families that can barely put food on the table. Have you ever wondered who fixes their cars when they need it? The Lift Garage is the answer.  Cathy and her team aim to move people out of poverty and homelessness by providing low-cost car repair, free pre-purchase car inspections, and honest advice that supports their community on the road to more secure live...

Episode 55 - Krystal & Tim of Connect Kindness interviewed on the Choose Kindness Podcast

April 25, 2021 17:41 - 18 minutes - 25.7 MB

Krystal & Tim of Connect Kindness interviewed on the Choose Kindness Podcast --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/connectkindness/support

Episode 55: Krystal & Tim of Connect Kindness interviewed on the Choose Kindness Podcast

April 25, 2021 17:41 - 18 minutes - 25.7 MB

Krystal & Tim of Connect Kindness interviewed on the Choose Kindness Podcast --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/connectkindness/support

Episode 54 - Natalie Silverstein, author of “Simple Acts - The busy family guide to giving back”

March 23, 2021 02:21 - 45 minutes - 61.9 MB

In today's episode we interview Natalie Silverstein, who is a philanthropist and the author of “Simple Acts - The busy family guide to giving back”. Teaching young children to be socially conscious, community oriented, and eager to volunteer seems like a daunting task, especially for busy families with children of varying ages, but it’s okay because Natalie has a solution. Natalie shares with us what led her to want to write her book, as well as the importance of parents involving their chi...

Episode 53 - Erin Christopher-Sisk, Founder of Therapeutic Horses of Saratoga

February 27, 2021 18:06 - 17 minutes - 24.2 MB

In today's episode we interview Erin Christopher-Sisk, the founder of Therapeutic Horses of Saratoga. Their mission is to support retired racehorses which then are retrained as therapy horses. Equine Assisted Learning connects therapy horses with vulnerable members of the community. Both adults and children can participate in their therapeutic programs. Erin shares with us how she was able to combine her career with her love for horses to create a nonprofit that is truly making a difference....

Episode 52 - Eric Skaggs, Founder of Grades 4 Good

February 12, 2021 13:42 - 46 minutes - 63.5 MB

In today's episode we interview Eric Skaggs, the founder of Grades 4 Good. Their mission is to support academics for marginalized youth and underserved parents. Eric opens up about the unique path that led him to starting Grades4Good and how he has dedicated his life to teaching and inspiring our youth.  He shares the importance of always asking questions and continuously learning, as well as shares the details of the programs he is building to help underserved communities.  Eric has a visio...

Episode 51 - Marcia Hall, Founder of Mr. Bubblez

February 01, 2021 17:20 - 20 minutes - 28 MB

In today's episode we interview Marcia Hall, the founder of Mr.Bubblez. Their mission is to provide mobile showers which allows their clients the basic dignity of cleaning themselves, and also gives them the encouragement and care they need to make it one more day. THey focus on the homeless population in Tampa FL. Marcia started Mr. Bubblez with the simple idea of changing people lives with a drop of water and has been able to turn her nonprofit into an award winning organization. Marcia sh...

Episode 50 - Harold Becker, Founder of The Love Foundation

January 17, 2021 17:24 - 31 minutes - 42.6 MB

In today's episode we interview Harold Becker, the founder of The Love Foundation. Their mission is to inspire people to love unconditionally. Why start a nonprofit about love? It's because love is something that is understood by anyone in the world, no matter their upbringing, their culture background or even the language they speak.  Harold shares with us the inspiration for starting the love foundation, and how an idea that popped into his head at 2am turned into something that is now rec...

Episode 49 - Kyle Gregory, Co-Founder of Give Back Nation

January 03, 2021 22:51 - 23 minutes - 32.2 MB

In this episode we interview Kyle Gregory, the co-founder of Give Back Nation. They are a one-stop hub for helping nonprofits streamline, elevate and expand their initiatives to create bigger waves of impact in communities across the country. Kyle shares the story of Give Back Nation, and how his father’s desire to “give back” paved the way for the impact that they are having today. He goes into detail on the different areas where he sees that businesses & nonprofits struggle, and how connec...

Episode 48 - Jon Weed & Laura Formentini, Co-founders of Rifugio Isola Del Sole

December 18, 2020 15:39 - 20 minutes - 28.2 MB

In this episode we interview Jon Weed & Laura Formentini, the co-founders of Rifugio Isola Del Sole which means Refuge Island of the Sun. Their mission is to help animal rights, welfare and education in Sicily Italy by creating their own animal sanctuary. Jon and Laura open up about how even prior to them meeting each other, they both shared the vision of opening an animal sanctuary.  We discuss their trials and tribulations of starting and growing their nonprofit in a foregin country.  Jon ...

Episode 47 - Alison Silberman, CEO of Stupid Cancer

November 21, 2020 22:55 - 15 minutes - 21.7 MB

In this episode we interview Alison Silbermon, the CEO of Stupid Cancer. They empower adolescents and young adults affected by cancer by connecting them to age-appropriate resources and peers who get it. We learn about how Allison got involved with the organization, as well as the programs that Stupid Cancer offers the adolescents and young adult community, also known as the AYA community. Alison opens up about how her own brother's bout with Cancer fuels her passion to help AYAs who are goi...

Episode 46 - Jaclyn Lindsey, Co-founder and CEO of Kindness.org

October 23, 2020 23:59 - 24 minutes - 33.9 MB

In today’s episode we interview Jaclyn Lindsey, the co-founder of Kindness.org. Their mission is to educate and inspire people to choose kindness. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/connectkindness/support

Episode 45 - Kimber MacGibbon, Founder and Executive Director of HER Foundation

October 02, 2020 22:20 - 14 minutes - 20.3 MB

In today’s episode we interview Kimber MacGibbon, the Founder and Executive Director of HER Foundation.  The HER Foundation empowers those managing Hyperemesis Gravidarum (also known as HG) with information and support to minimize suffering, long term health complications and pregnancy loss. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/connectkindness/support

Episode 44 - Lexi Kaili and Shane Grimes of Fish for Garbage

September 18, 2020 22:12 - 20 minutes - 28.7 MB

In today’s episode we interview Lexi Kaili and Shane Grimes with Fish for Garbage.  Their organization brings volunteers, partners and water resource users together to physically remove trash and generate awareness for garbage in our rivers. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/connectkindness/support

Episode 43 - Rania Mankarious, CEO of Crime Stoppers of Houston

August 28, 2020 16:28 - 29 minutes - 41.1 MB

In today’s episode we interview Rania Mankarious, the CEO of Crime Stoppers of Houston. Their mission is to prevent serious crimes in the greater Houston area in partnerships with citizens, media, and the criminal justice system. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/connectkindness/support

Episode 42 - Shreyaa & Esha Venkat, Founders of NEST4US

August 14, 2020 21:50 - 17 minutes - 23.5 MB

In this episode we interview Shreyaa & Esha Venkat the founders of Nest4US.  Their mission is to provide volunteer and leadership opportunities within their community.  Their goal is to empower the next generation of compassionate youth by integrating kindness, generosity, and social good into their routine.  Shreyaa & Esha completely blew our minds with the impact that they are making at such a young age.  We talk about what inspired them to start a non-profit and how they’ve been able to s...

Episode 41 - Dr. Jordan Kassalow, Founder of VisionSpring

August 02, 2020 18:22 - 34 minutes - 47.6 MB

In this episode we interview Dr. Jordan Kassalow, the founder of VisionSpring. Their mission is to ensure that everyone in the developing world has access to eyeglasses. They provide affordable eyeglasses, vision screening and training so that non-profits, social entrepreneurs, government agencies, and corporate clients can bring the wonder of clear vision to their communities. We learn about Jordan’s journey and what led him to start VisionSpring. He details VisionSprings initiatives, and e...

Episode 40 - Bejal Shah, Communications Chair at Little Essentials

April 10, 2020 14:15 - 17 minutes - 23.6 MB

In this episode we interview Bejal Shah, the Communications Chair at Little Essentials. Their mission is to offer at-risk families living in poverty, urgently needed children’s supplies and parenting education to promote the health, well being and safety of their children under five years of age. Today, 30% of children in New York City live in poverty and Bejal shares with us the programs that Little Essentials offers to help these families in need. We discuss the inspiration to start the or...

Episode 39 - Greg Han, Director of Relations at Interfaith Ministries

March 28, 2020 20:59 - 26 minutes - 36.2 MB

In this episode we interview Greg Han, the Director of Relations with Interfaith Ministries. Their mission is to bring people of diverse faith traditions together for dialogue, collaboration, and service, as a demonstration of their shared beliefs. Greg shares with us the 50+ year history of Interfaith Ministries and the programs that they are positively impacting the Houston community. Houston Texas is one of the most culturally diverse cities in the United States. Interfaith ministries ar...

Episode 38 - Yolande Charles, Founder and Executive Director of Afro Colombian Centre

March 15, 2020 23:50 - 35 minutes - 48.9 MB

In this episode we interview Yolande Charles, the Founder and Executive Director of Afro Colombian Centre. There mission is to improve the lives of individuals and the Afro-Colombian community as a whole, with a focus on education, employment, health, recreation, culture and social justice. Yolande shares how a trip to Cartagena Columbia sparked her mission to give back to the Afro-Colombian community. Although Yolande is a resident of Canada, she travels back and forth to Colombia to operat...

Episode 37 - Erin Farrell, Executive Director of Struggles to Strengths

February 28, 2020 17:15 - 16 minutes - 23 MB

In this episode we interview Erin Farrell, the Executive Director of Struggles to Strengths. Their mission is to serve vulnerable and exposed families recovering from long term and reoccurring trauma. Most all of their families have experienced homelessness and are in shelter programs. We learn about all of the programs that Struggles to Strength offers, one being a very unique photography program for youth. Erin shares what inspired her to start the organization as well as her vision for ...

Episode 36 - Teysha Wheeler-LeManski of Cloth Connection Outreach Tea-sha Wheeler-LeManski

February 16, 2020 17:55 - 17 minutes - 23.9 MB

In this episode we interview Teysha Wheeler-LeManski, the CEO of Cloth Connection Outreach. Their mission is to provide reusable feminine products to woman in need. We learn about what inspired Teysha to start Cloth Connection Outreach, as well as her burning desire to help people. Teysha shares how people in poverty often resort to using unsafe period protection because they cant afford the monthly cost of products. Cloth Connection Outreach is trying to help those in need here in the US...

Episode 36 - Teysha Wheeler-LeManski of Cloth Connection Outreach

February 16, 2020 17:55 - 17 minutes - 23.9 MB

In this episode we interview Teysha Wheeler-LeManski, the CEO of Cloth Connection Outreach. Their mission is to provide reusable feminine products to woman in need. We learn about what inspired Teysha to start Cloth Connection Outreach, as well as her burning desire to help people. Teysha shares how people in poverty often resort to using unsafe period protection because they cant afford the monthly cost of products. Cloth Connection Outreach is trying to help those in need here in the US. ...

Episode 35 - Phi Pham, Founder and Executive Director of Building Beats

February 01, 2020 02:28 - 12 minutes - 17.8 MB

In this episode we interview Phi Pham, the Founder and Executive Director of Building Beats. Their mission is to provide DJ and music programs that teach entrepreneurship, leadership, and life skills to under served youth. Phi shares with us how his love for music inspired him to start Building Beats. We discuss the programs offered in the New York City schools. He opens up about how one of their students started with building beats in the 7th grade, to now being accepted into the Clive Dav...

Episode 34 - Troy Reinhart, Vice President of Smile Train

January 17, 2020 15:08 - 19 minutes - 27 MB

In this episode we interview Troy Reinhart, the Senior Vice President of Smile Train.Their mission is to provide training, funding, and resources to empower local medical professionals in 90+ countries to provide 100%-free cleft repair surgery. Their model is based on true sustainability and Smile Train is raising the standard of cleft care and safety. Troy shares with us the founding story of Smile Train, as well as opens up about his remarkable 18 year journey with the organization. We dis...

Episode 33 - Lauren Courville of Dress for Success Houston

December 19, 2019 01:34 - 20 minutes - 28.1 MB

In this episode we interview Lauren Courville the President of Dress for Success Houston. Their mission is to empower women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire and development tools to help women thrive in work and life. Lauren shares with us about the growth of Dress for Success Houston over the past 21 years and how they have been positively impacting woman in the community. Dress for Success is not just providing woman with a suit for t...

Episode 32 - Kristina Dulaney, Founder of Cherished Mom

December 04, 2019 14:20 - 19 minutes - 26.8 MB

In this episode we interview Kristina Dulaney, who is the founder of Cherished Mom, which is a non-profit that promotes awareness and education for perinatal mood disorders. Cherished Mom focuses on the importance of self-care to new moms, families, healthcare professionals and the community by providing free self-care boxes to new moms after they view a series of educational videos surrounding perinatal mood and anxiety disorders. Kristina shares with us how her own battle with postpartum p...

Episode 31 - Leah Caffarelli & Dan Breidenstein of Living Lands & Waters

November 13, 2019 22:27 - 20 minutes - 28.2 MB

In today's episode we interview Leah Caffarelli & Dan Breidenstein of Living Lands and Waters. Over the past 20 years their organization has removed over 10 million pounds of garbage from American rivers and waterways. They not only clean up trash and debris along the rivers, but they also educate the communities that they visit on how to reduce trash getting into the rivers. Leah and Dan share how the organization was founded, as well as how they got involved with Living Lands and Waters. T...

Episode 30 - Ryan Hreljac of Ryan’s Well Foundation

October 29, 2019 20:13 - 22 minutes - 31 MB

In this episode we interview Ryan Hreljac, who is the founder of the Ryan's Well Foundation. Their foundation is bringing clean water to almost a million people across the world. Their focus is building wells and improving sanitation in rural communities that may not otherwise have access to clean water. Ryan shares with us how a 1st grade fundraiser ended up turning into a passion project that he has dedicated his life to. Ryan talks in-depth about the process of funding a well and the acti...

Episode 29 - Kelsey Pett of SBP USA

October 16, 2019 14:06 - 14 minutes - 19.9 MB

Imagine losing your home in a blink of an eye to a natural disaster. Unfortunately every year in the US many Americans know what this feels like. In today's episode we interview Kelsey Pett who is the Volunteer Manager for SBP in Houston, TX. SBP is a disaster resilience and recovery non profit. Kelsey shares with us the background of SBP and how she was drawn to the organization by wanting to help in her hometown. Kelsey and her team are helping to rebuild Houston, TX from hurricane Harvey....

Episode 28 - Mike Charbonnet of Beyond the Teams

October 02, 2019 23:15 - 27 minutes - 37.8 MB

In this episode we interview Mike Charbonnet of Beyond the Teams. Mike is a retired Navy Seal and he started Beyond the Teams along with 4 of his Navy Seal team members. Mike and his team raise money and awareness for nonprofits in need. Mike opens up about how a tragic accident involving his son, who is also a Navy Seal, drew him to want to help others in need. Mike and his team are organizing a 1000 mile bike ride to raise money for a rehabilitation clinic that is run by his son and daugh...

Episode 27 - Kate Church of African Wildlife Vets

September 18, 2019 21:00 - 11 minutes - 15.5 MB

In this episode we interview Kate Church, who is the founder of African Wildlife Vets. With inspiration from her mother, Kate founded the organization because she saw a desperate need for conservation of endangered species in protected areas of South Africa. African Wildlife Vets provide enhanced veterinary support to wildlife and partner with other non profits in the area that need their assistance. Kate shares with us how she went from being a school teacher one day, to being the founder o...

Episode 26 - Laura Wood of Kids in a New Groove

September 04, 2019 14:29 - 20 minutes - 28.1 MB

In this episode we interview Laura Wood, the executive director of Kids in a New Groove. They are the only nonprofit in the US focused on providing music mentorships to kids in foster care. Kids in a New Groove are celebrating their 10th anniversary and we learn all about the amazing things they are doing to serve the foster care community of Austin, TX. Laura shares with us in detail on how Kids in a New Groove was founded, as well as how they operate in finding their students and mentors. ...

Episode 25 - Derrick Stinson of Kickstart Kids

August 21, 2019 18:02 - 23 minutes - 31.9 MB

In this episode we interview Derrick Stinson of Kickstart Kids. Derrick is a Regional Director with Kickstart Kids and has been with the organization for 26 years... 7 years as a student and 19 as an employee. Kickstart Kids was founded in 1990 by martial artist, actor, and philanthropist Chuck Norris. The organization created a character development program that uses karate to teach life-changing values to middle school and high school students. Derrick shares with us how the organization t...

Episode 24 - Regina Anderson of Food Recovery Network

August 01, 2019 22:01 - 38 minutes - 52.3 MB

In this episode we interview Regina Anderson, the Executive Director of Food Recovery Network. Have you ever been to an event or a restaurant that had plenty of food left over at the end of the night, and wondered "what happens to all of this food"? Food Recovery Network is answering that question. In this interview Regina shares her passion for Food Recovery Network and we learn about how the idea for the organization came to be. How Food Recovery Network went from starting at the Universit...

Episode 23 - Brianna Fowler of Save a Child’s Heart

July 17, 2019 14:02 - 25 minutes - 35 MB

In today's episode we interview Brianna Fowler of Save a Child's Heart. The name of the organization is pretty self explanatory, but they have saved over 5000 children with heart conditions at no cost to the child or their family. Brianna shares with us how and why the organization was founded. We learn about the unique process for helping children in need. Brianna opens up about how she got involved with the organization and shares a personal story that is near and dear to her heart. Save a...

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