10 episodes

United Way

This Podcast is Not For Profit United Way Halton & Hamilton

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0, 4 Ratings

United Way

    COVID Series, Part II: Graham Hill, Food for Life

    COVID Series, Part II: Graham Hill, Food for Life

    TPINFP Episode 11: COVID Series, Part II: Graham Hill, Food for Life In this series, Mike connects with non-profit leaders to illuminate the impacts of the pandemic on our most vulnerable community members, while paying homage to the generosity and dedication of our local social service frontline workers. In this episode, Mike speaks with Graham

    • 36 min
    COVID Series, Part I: Don Seymour, Wesley

    COVID Series, Part I: Don Seymour, Wesley

    TPINFP Episode 10: COVID Series, Part I: Don Seymour, Wesley In this series, Mike connects with non-profit leaders to illuminate the impacts of the pandemic on our most vulnerable community members, while paying homage to the generosity and dedication of our local social service frontline workers. In this episode, Mike speaks with Don Seymour, executive

    • 33 min
    Episode 9: Building Capacity Through Social Innovation & Enterprise

    Episode 9: Building Capacity Through Social Innovation & Enterprise

    Building Capacity Through Social Innovation & Enterprise

    There’s a ton of buzz around innovation – it’s inextricably linked to success. This episode kicks off a series dedicated to UWHH’s Social Innovation Lab, launching in March 2020, where five agencies will use Design Thinking to develop social enterprise projects. Mike introduces the S.I.L. and sits down with Shann McGrail, executive director at Haltech, one of 18 regional innovation centres in Ontario. They talk about navigating the path to profitability, from start-up to scale-up; the impact of making strategic connections; and building resilience in the non-profit sector by creating financially sustainable social enterprises.

    https://www.uwhh.ca/innovationlabs/

    http://haltech.ca/

    • 46 min
    Episode 8: Collaboration and Other Trends for Success in the Non-Profit Sector

    Episode 8: Collaboration and Other Trends for Success in the Non-Profit Sector

    Mike connects with Michael Shaen, CEO of The Centre for Collaboration, a nonprofit consultancy that helps agencies and funders assess how different types of multi-party ventures can help them fulfill their mission. They talk about the magic of collaboration; the impact of integrated services; leveraging the skills of your Board of Directors; and why successful nonprofits need to think like entrepreneurs.

    • 1 hr
    Episode 7: Don Pangman and ArtHouse

    Episode 7: Don Pangman and ArtHouse

    Working with more than 50 collaborative partners, ArtHouse has delivered hundreds of cost-free multi-disciplined arts programs to thousands of vulnerable kids. Mike chats with ArtHouse executive director, Don Pangman, about the impact of unleashing creativity and empowering marginalized children and youth to express themselves through the arts. They talk about the links between cognitive development

    • 44 min
    Episode 6: Collective Impact with Lynn Fergusson, Social Impact Advisors

    Episode 6: Collective Impact with Lynn Fergusson, Social Impact Advisors

    Episode 6: Collective Impact with Lynn Fergusson, Social Impact Advisors   Mike sits down with Lynn Fergusson, partner at Social Impact Advisors, and facilitator in the McConnell Foundation’s Innoweave program. They dive into a discussion of collective impact: What it is and why it is important. They talk about making the shift from a scarcity

    • 56 min

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