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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 ...
 
Philanthropy In The New Normal is a monthly podcast series that looks at how philanthropy has been impacted by the events of 2020; the global health crisis, economic downturn, displacement of people, damage to the environment, global warming, social justice and racial inequalities. Challenges that will likely continue for years. We will explore the role of philanthropy when addressing systemic issues, protecting marginalized and disenfranchised populations, and provide guidance for more indi ...
 
Our mission is to help nonprofits tell their unique impact stories and expand their network of donors. With the current media focusing on the negative, we want to bring positivity to our community. To be featured on the podcast please visit www.personalizedsolu.com/psstudios || Hosted by Jessica Leila Adnani & Kendal Macumber
 
Welcome to BrainTrust Philanthropy Powered by ViTreo! Bringing you free flowing conversations with top leaders in fundraising, philanthropy, and the nonprofit sector so that you can become a bolder leader, build better relationships, and raise more money for your organization. Sit back, relax, and enjoy as we share ideas that will transform your nonprofit.
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
Explore the fields of philanthropy, fundraising, social entrepreneurship, and more to become a better development professional or volunteer. Find ideas to benefit the institutional advancement efforts of your non-profit, charity, or organization and submit your challenges to be featured in a show. Connect with industry experts for in-depth interviews, hear important topics discussed in depth, discover the latest in innovative ideas in philanthropy, and learn from reviews of conferences, book ...
 
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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In Episode 23 of "What Gives?" the Jewish philanthropy podcast from Jewish Funders Network, JFN Board Member Adina Shapiro and Israeli Entrepreneur/Philanthropist Reem Younis talk about Qudra, a new network for Israel's growing community of Arab philanthropists.Jewish Funders Network による
 
Welcome to the tenth episode in our mini-series featuring conversations focused on Racial Equity and Social Justice with the members of SVCF’s Community Advisory Council. Listen to the previous episode in the mini-series here, and continue to subscribe to the podcast to hear future episodes. South Santa Clara County, and Gilroy in particular, have …
 
Topic: Seeing Beyond Guest: Michael Lustig Bio: Michael Lustig retired after a 25-year career on Wall Street, and now devotes the majority of his time and energies toward non-profit & impact-related enterprises Prior to retiring, Michael spent most of his career at BlackRock where he was a Senior Managing Director overseeing Structured Mortgage & D…
 
While Supreme Court decision protects LGBTQ+ individuals in the workplace, millions in the LGBTQ+ community continue to face discrimination in so many aspects of life, including housing, public accommodations, education and credit. Today’s episode features Freedom for All Americans’ CEO and National Campaign Director Kasey Suffredini and Senior Vic…
 
On June 19, 1865, soldiers arrived in Galveston, Texas with news that the Civil War was over. Since then, this day has been celebrated as the end of slavery in the United States. It also recognizes the culture and achievements of Black Americans and is a symbol of Black freedom. Designating Juneteenth as a holiday is significant, but how much of th…
 
Steven D. Lavine is the longest-serving president of the California Institute of the Arts (CalArts). The institute was born out of Walt Disney's vision for an art school over 50 years ago. CalArts had become embroiled in crisis until Steven became president, leading it to financial prosperity and international acclaim. When Steven took over the sch…
 
Ending Poverty Once & For All with Beth Fiorenza of NourishPHX.org | Philanthropy United Podcast Nourish PHX (formerly ICM Food and Clothing Bank) is able to offer lush food boxes to our customers through donations from individuals, organizations, corporations, grocery stores and food banks. Nourish PHX helps with other basic needs like clothing, s…
 
Episode 23 of What Gives? the Jewish philanthropy podcast from Jewish Funders Network. JFN members and impact investors Michael Lustig and Vanessa Bartram share what you need to know about this exciting tool for expanding impact and ensuring your investments align with your values. Michael is the author of JFN's new Greenbook, "A Guide to Jewish Im…
 
This two-part series looks at the causes for, and ways to address, hate, hostility, and prejudice in our communities and across the country. Following up on the conversation with Ken Stern in May, we talk with Eric Ward, Executive Director of the Western States Center and a Senior Fellow at the Southern Poverty Law Center. Eric has spent the last 3…
 
San Mateo County's coastal communities are often overlooked, and historically have experienced challenges such as economic insecurity, lack of basic health services, limited public transportation and lack of access to affordable housing. These issues persist in these underserved communities today. Local nonprofits Pacifica Resource Center (PRC) and…
 
Empowering Girls to Dream Big with Executive Director of Girl's Golf Phoenix, Cori Matheson Empowering girls {ages 3-18} with engaging opportunities to dream big, build confidence, and develop their athletic abilities through practice sessions, tournaments, and family events. Membership is open to all levels of play for an affordable annual fee and…
 
Topic: Gimmel Tammuz/Yahrzeit Lubavitcher Rebbe zt'l Guest: Rabbi Zalman Wolowik Bio: In September of 1995, Rabbi S. Zalman Wolowik and his wife Chanie arrived in the Five Towns with one goal in mind: to establish a Chabad Center to serve the Five Towns and surrounding communities. Rabbi Zalman Wolowik was born and raised in Montreal and pursued hi…
 
Tim Kachuriak is the Founder and Chief Innovation and Optimization Officer for NextAfter. NextAfter is a fundraising research lab and consultancy. They work with cause-driven businesses and nonprofit organizations to help them better understand their customers and inspire their donors to give generously. Tim is renowned as a nonprofit thought leade…
 
Topic: Daily Giving Guest: Dr. Jonathan Donath Bio: Dr. Jonathan Donath is a graduate of the University of Bridgeport College of Chiropractic. He graduated Summa Cum Laude and was the valedictorian of his class. He also has his Masters degree in Human Nutrition. Dr. Donath is certified and specializes in Active Release Technique (ART). ART is one o…
 
The Greenwood Promise is a place-based last-dollar scholarship program designed to reach beyond the boundaries of economic need and academic ability. As such, the Promise awards funds to offset the remaining balance of post-secondary tuition and mandatory fees for every high school graduate whose primary residence is zoned for Districts 50, 51 or 5…
 
Jane Powell has a conversation with Alecia Allen, Clinical Director, and Terrica Maxwell, Therapist with Keep Your Faith Corporation, Inc. Together they discuss the KYFC's efforts to meet public behavioral health needs through counseling services, resource materials, and trauma-informed psychoeducation.…
 
Jane Powell has a conversation with Jennifer Waggener, Executive Director of GKV Faith in Action. They discuss volunteer opportunities and a range of programs for seniors including transportation to medical appointments, grocery shopping assistance, weekly reassurance calls, and minor home repairs through their Honey Do Crews.…
 
The United States is home to more than 23 million Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. AAPI communities are an integral part of our country’s history and they continue to make lasting social, cultural, economic and political contributions. However, they often remain underfunded and overlooked. In this episode, SVCF President and CEO Nicole Taylor…
 
NextAfter combines the perpetual learning of a fundraising research lab, the practical application of a digital-first agency, and the rigorous instruction of a training institute. www.nextafter.com NIO Summit- Austin Texas September 21-23 2021 GROW YOUR ONLINE FUNDRAISING AND BECOME AN INNOVATIVE DIGITAL MARKETER The Nonprofit Innovation & Optimiza…
 
Aleah is the executive director of CJI Fund and they have a co-review partnership with Unfunded List. Listen in to this long, wide-ranging interview with Dave that spans from Aleah's childhood, to her career in Africa advocating for the release of political prisoners, to her work with CJI Fund supporting incarceration justice here in the US.…
 
Topic: Entrepreneurial Philanthropy Guest: Louis Mayberg Bio: Louis Mayberg’s career spans over 38 years in the financial services and investment industries. Currently he is CEO of CyLogic Inc. a cloud computing infrastructure and end point protection provider. He is a co-founder and principal of ProShares and ProFunds, Exchange Traded Funds and Mu…
 
Follow the BrainTrust Philanthropy Podcast on Twitter: @PoweredByVitreo SUBSCRIBE to receive our Weekly News Updates ViTreo’s Free Resources for Nonprofit Professionals Visit ViTreo’s Blog: The Provocateur Visit our website: www.vitreogroup.caPowered by ViTreo による
 
Wendy Wilsker is the Managing Partner at Boyden, a global leader in executive search and talent advisory services with more than 70 offices in over 40 countries. Wendy has nearly 30 years of experience as a frontline fundraiser, not-for-profit manager, and executive recruiter. Through her, Boyden is expanding its Boston office to have a significant…
 
Episode 22 of What Gives? the Jewish philanthropy podcast from Jewish Funders Network. Freshman Rep. Kathy Manning (D-North Carolina) — a former JFN board member and the first woman president of the Jewish Federations of North America — talks about why and how she got into politics and her tumultuous first month in office.…
 
Meet Me At The Intersection of Nutrition & Academia | Lisa Scarpinato of Kitchenonthestreet.org Kitchen on the Street is a faith based community partner purposing to eliminate local hunger by offering food assistance programs in Phoenix Arizona and San Antonio Texas. The mission: Turning hunger into hope…one child at a time. Earning 501c3 status in…
 
This is the first in a two-part series that looks at the causes and ways to address hate, hostility, and prejudices that seem to be more virulent than ever before. In this interview Ken Stern, Director of the Bard Center for the Study of Hate at Bard College, explores: Why people hate The need for a more systemic approach to addressing the root cau…
 
Topic: Making Thoughtful & Meaningful Impact Guest: Manette Mayberg Bio: Mrs. Mayberg’s passions are her family and philanthropy. When asked if she works, she answers, “I invest in the Jewish people,” which has been the case since she traded working for salary to volunteering her time for fulfillment 20 years ago. With her husband, Louis Mayberg, M…
 
Follow the BrainTrust Philanthropy Podcast on Twitter: @PoweredByVitreo SUBSCRIBE to receive our Weekly News Updates ViTreo’s Free Resources for Nonprofit Professionals Visit ViTreo’s Blog: The Provocateur Visit our website: www.vitreogroup.caPowered by ViTreo による
 
Supporting Those Who Protect Us, Meet Doug Mummert of The Phoenix Fire Foundation | Philanthropy United The Phoenix Fire Foundation, previously the Fire & Life Safety Public Awareness League (Fire PAL) is the official 501(c)(3) non-profit charity of the Phoenix Fire Department. We stand committed to supporting the department, along with other publi…
 
Amidst the recent rise in reported anti-Asian violence and hate crimes, this year’s Asian-American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month has a solemn undertone. In this episode, SVCF Director of Community Investment Anne Im is joined by Asian Americans for Community Involvement (AACI) CEO Sarita Kohli, New Breath Foundation President and Founder Eddy…
 
one•n•ten is a nonprofit organization dedicated to serving and assisting lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ) youth ages 14 to 24. From weekly discussion groups to fun, social networking events, we create a safe space, mentally and physically, for youth of all socio-economic and cultural backgrounds. We also offer resources …
 
Topic: Politics & Advocacy Guest: Michael Fragin Bio: Deputy Mayor of the Town of Lawrence, political influencer, for profit and non-for-profit consultant, long-time Hatzolah member and devoted father. In this wide ranging interview, we cover: 1. The early years and roots 2. The Mir Yeshiva and Philanthropy 3. Tragedy in Meron 4. Bi-partisanship an…
 
In this episode we go back to Australia to talk with Eric and Sandra Billman about the art and science of fostering “Donor Bliss” in cross-cultural fundraising environments. Listen in as they share how they have learned to forge connections between donors, fundraisers, and board members of different generations and backgrounds – all by focusing on …
 
In this episode, SVCF Senior Investments Officer James Cutler is joined by Mission Driven Finance’s Chief Investment Officer Louie Nguyen and Social Finance’s Vice President of Social Investment Jackie Khor. Louie and Jackie, two leading investment practitioners, describe how impact investing has become a relevant tool in philanthropy and is leadin…
 
The First Annual Champion's DInner Event Recap with Kendal & Leila Find out how much money we raised in ONE evening, the best parts of the event, the funniest parts and what shocked us most! www.philanthropyunited.com #MakingClientDreamsReality #PerfectlyPlannedEventsJessica Leila Adnani & Kendal Macumber による
 
Jay and Shira Ruderman are a husband and wife who run a foundation created with the wealth of Jay's father Mort. The Ruderman Family Foundation has become synonymous with the cause of disability inclusion. In 2020, however, they decided to choose a new vanguard to fund and faced some public criticism for that decision. What are the expectations whe…
 
In March of 2020 Amanda Cage became president and CEO of the National Fund for Workforce Solutions. A national coalition of grantmakers that includes family foundations as well as large companies provides the funds and Amanda oversees the work of distributing it where it can best help workers. Amanda's career includes stints as a labor organizer, j…
 
Katherine O'Donnell is the Co-founder & CEO of OP Creative Communications (OPCC), a communications agency that helps non-profit organizations and high-net-worth individuals optimize their social impact. OPCC also partners with data scientists to assess organizations and create individualized data dashboards that ensure transparency. When Katherine …
 
Jarrett Ransom has oriented her life around her community. She has served in the nonprofit sector for over fifteen years, and is the owner of The Rayvan Group. ​Community saved her life, and she wants to give back by helping you overcome obstacles, all while staying positive and focusing on the lesson in a “silver lining” kind of way. Her primary f…
 
Follow the BrainTrust Philanthropy Podcast on Twitter: @PoweredByVitreo SUBSCRIBE to receive our Weekly News Updates ViTreo’s Free Resources for Nonprofit Professionals Visit ViTreo’s Blog: The Provocateur Visit our website: www.vitreogroup.caPowered by ViTreo による
 
Jane Powell has a conversation with Boone County Community Foundation's Managing Director Connie Phillips and Board Vice-Chair Chip Shaffer. They discuss ways to create funds and scholarships that provide distributions in support of Boone County.Jane Powell による
 
In 2013, the One Nation Bay Area Project—a collaborative funded by Silicon Valley Community Foundation, The San Francisco Foundation, Marin Community Foundation and Asian American/Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy—released a benchmark report called The Bay Area Muslim Study. In partnership with the One Nation Foundation and research support from Th…
 
Including Each, Strengthening All Meet The Ruderman Family Foundation | Philanthropy United Podcast The Rudermans followed the pattern of many philanthropic families—starting with generous check-writing at the kitchen table and quickly moving into strategic investment. Founder and successful businessman, Morton E. Ruderman, had long been giving bac…
 
In Episode 21 of What Gives? the Jewish philanthropy podcast from Jewish Funders Network, philanthropist, author, and JFN member Lisa Greer talks to host Andréws Spokoiny about philanthropic strategy, some common mistakes fundraisers and philanthropists make, and ways to strengthen relationships between funders and nonprofits. Lisa is the author of…
 
Topic: The Event Master Planner Guest: Rabbi Aryeh Young Bio: Rabbi Aryeh Young is the Executive Director of Our Place, a dynamic organization that services young adults at risk. In this capacity he organizes unique and cutting edge events to raise resources to support the various programs of the organization. He is also the Director of Alumni Affa…
 
Follow the BrainTrust Philanthropy Podcast on Twitter: @PoweredByVitreo SUBSCRIBE to receive our Weekly News Updates ViTreo’s Free Resources for Nonprofit Professionals Visit ViTreo’s Blog: The Provocateur Visit our website: www.vitreogroup.caPowered by ViTreo による
 
RED, WHITE, BLUE & STEEL | Steel-Hearts.org Honoring the legacies of Fallen Service Academy Members Founded by two graduates of the United States Military Academy in 2014, Steel Hearts has raised and donated over $150,000 and brought attention to dozens of scholarships, memorial funds, and veteran organizations. We’ve accomplished this through the …
 
Advancement services professionals are familiar with the best practices that support fundraising within the context of their own communities. But how many of these best practices would still apply while working with different cultures? In this episode, Ray Li shares tips and tricks on how to conduct a successful international fundraising and alumni…
 
Topic: The Jewish Future Pledge Guests: Mike Leven & Amy Holtz Bios: Mike Leven is a legendary business executive and visionary philanthropist. Inspired by Warren Buffet’s and Bill Gates’ Giving Pledge, Mike co-founded the Jewish Future Pledge to carry on his family’s commitment to Judaism.  Mr. Leven currently serves on the boards of The Marcus Fo…
 
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