GIVE is a podcast for high-quality foundations, nonprofits, thought leaders and people interested in philanthropy. Each week we interview some of the best in the business to bring you mission-driven impact stories, philanthropy opportunities, and nonprofit marketing tips and tricks. There really isn't anything comparable in the podcast space, so it is great (free) marketing for the organizations we interview. Episodes are evergreen, so they never go away. The interview is pre-recorded, not live.
On today’s episode of the GIVE podcast, we are thrilled to welcome four young ladies who founded the nonprofit In Touch. Avani, Annaiya, Torani, and Divya were inspired to tackle the issue of mental health and teens. They may all be under the age of 18- but they have big ideas and have already made a huge impact in their area of California, helping to erase the stigma of reaching out for help if you need it. You definitely do not want to miss this inspiring episode!
Jesse Lewis Choose Love
In today’s episode of the GIVE podcast, we have Scarlet Lewis of the Choose Love Movement. Scarlet has an amazing story and she is such a powerhouse of a woman. When her son, Jesse Lewis, lost his life in the Sandy Hook mass shooting, Scarlet's life was changed forever.; he was just six years old. Guided by his life and his legacy, Scarlet lives every day to deliver a compassionate curriculum into schools everywhere.
Variety: A Children's Charity
On today’s episode of the GIVE podcast, we are happy to welcome Debbie Dodge from Variety- The Children’s Charity. Variety’s Freedom Program delivers vital life-changing equipment and services for mobility, independence, and social inclusion to individual children and children’s organizations. Variety operates internationally in 13 different countries and has helped thousands of kids. Don’t miss this inspirational episode!
The Annie E. Casey Foundation
On this episode of the Give podcast, host Shannon Maganzein welcomes two members of the Annie E Casey Foundation to let us know a little about the work that they do. The Annie E. Casey Foundation is a private philanthropy foundation that creates a brighter future for the nation's children by developing solutions to strengthen families, build paths to economic opportunity and transform struggling communities into safer and healthier places to live, work and grow.
Both Ends Believing
Today on the GIVE podcast we are thrilled to welcome Mark Schwartz, the president of Both Ends Believing. They work to capture comprehensive digital profiles of children through Children First Software, a technology-driven advocate designed to identify a child’s best opportunity for family-based care. So far they have done amazing work across the globe. If you love technology and helping kids- this episode is all for you!
Beulah's Safe Haven
Today on the GIVE podcast we are thrilled to welcome Tanya Barns from Beulah’s Safe Haven. This is a nonprofit that is located in Shreveport, Louisiana. Beulah’s Safe Haven is an amazing resource for girls that are aging out of the foster care system. Girls who are in foster care as teens are potentially facing issues such as homelessness, poor relationships, and potentially human trafficking. This episode will make you cheer for their successes and inspire you to hear more about this nonprofit.
Really cool stories
I had no idea these nonprofits existed until I was introduced to them on this podcast. Makes the world seem like a better place. Thanks!
Great way to connect with causes that matter!
I love the variety of guests Shannon interviews! It is a great platform to share different missions of important nonprofits and foundations. They give tangible ways that we can all help no matter how much or how little we have. Love it!
Absolutely love how informative and educational this series is - it really casts a light on non-profits. Thank you for sharing these stories with us!