Elevating Their Impact highlights nonprofits making sustainable impacts on systemic issues around the world. We bring impactful stories of organizations and their clients to you each week as well as ways to support them as a volunteer and financially.
Jenni Lord, the CEO & Founder of Chosen, first encountered the child welfare system in 1995 when her foster brother entered their family. Her brother’s story had a profound impact on her life, and she has had a desire for systemic transformation since. In this week’s episode, we learn more about Chosen’s transformative work, take a deep dive into how trauma care can transform foster care and adoption, and we discover ways for our listeners to get engaged.
Jen Hatmaker is a bestselling author, host of the award-winning “For the Love” podcast, and the Co-founder and Chairwoman of the Board of Legacy Collective. In this week’s episode, we interview Jen to learn more about her vision for Legacy, her desire to make a deep impact in addressing systemic issues, and we discover ways for our listeners to get engaged with Legacy.
Starfish Project is a social enterprise that cares for women escaping human trafficking and exploitation in Asia. Starfish Project began with five women working around a kitchen table and has grown to employ over 160 women since its beginnings. In this week’s episode, we interview Jenny McGee, the Founder, to learn more about their incredible work, take a deep dive into what the commercial sex industry looks like in Asia, and we discover ways for our listeners to get engaged.
New Beginnings NWA
New Beginnings NWA is a self-managed Bridge Housing community for people in need of shelter in Fayetteville, Arkansas. It was built to serve the chronically homeless beginning with 20 transitional micro-shelters that will provide safe, secure, and supportive services. In this week’s episode, we interview Solomon Burchfield, the Director, to learn more about their incredible work, take a deep dive into how we can best support the homeless community, and we discover ways for our listeners to get engaged.
BeLoved Atlanta is a community of women who have lived through trafficking, prostitution, and addiction. BeLoved Atlanta is the only two-year residential home and program in Atlanta for adult women affected by sexual exploitation. In this week’s episode, we interview Amelia Quinn and Laura Hamilton to learn more about their incredible work with the women, learn more about the commercial sex trafficking industry in the United States, and discover ways for our listeners to get engaged.
Building Hope in the City
Building Hope in the City focuses on the renewal of urban Cleveland by linking local congregations and volunteers with the many people it serves to foster relationships and spur personal and community transformation. In this week’s episode we interview Sharon Schuldt, a Legacy Collective “OG” and the Development Manager for Building Hope in the City, to hear about the impact her organization is making in the lives of refugee and immigrant families and discover ways for our listeners to get engaged.
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This is such a joyful podcast! It’ll brighten your day that’s for sure! Erin and Candace are the PERFECT hosts. You can absolutely tell that their passionate about these nonprofits and what they’re doing to serve others. Thank you both for this!
Such a great podcast - really encouraging to hear all the good happening around us through these amazing nonprofits.
Absolutely loved every single minute of this. It’s exactly what the world needs right now - so full of good. Cannot wait for the next one! 🙌🏻