We could all use more "good."
In The Do Good Charlotte Podcast, award-winning journalist Pamela Escobar talks with the people spreading good
around the Queen City each and every day.
Charlotte Bilingual Preschool
For Hispanic Heritage Month, Banu Valladares, Executive Director of Charlotte Bilingual Preschool, joins Pamela Escobar in studio to talk about how the school reminds children and their families of their potential.
The Latin American Coalition
Sorayda Diaz, Development Director of Charlotte's Latin American Coalition joins Pamela Escobar in-studio. The Latin American Coalition works to help the region's Latino immigrant community regain a sense of belonging and to empower them through victim assistance, integration support, education, and their Immigration Legal Center.
Host Pam Escobar talks with Alyssa Shepard, Janine Davis, and Imani Rogers from the Charlotte non-profit Girl Talk, about their mission to empower young women and prepare them for success.
Hearts and Hands Food Pantry
In this episode of Do Good Charlotte, we’re honoring Black Philanthropy Month by introducing you to Kenya Joseph, director of Hearts and Hands Food Pantry, and Valaida Fullwood, founding member of the New Generation of African American Philanthropists.
Pam talks with Out Teach's Brandon Starling about encouraging teachers to use outdoor spaces to inspire their students.
Camping with Cradle
Pam sits down with Keith Cradle, who is helping children explore the great outdoors through camping trips. Hear why he decided to turn his passion into a nonprofit, and what he says any child can learn from a camping trip - even if they don’t like the outdoors.