The Nonprofit Hub Radio podcast series gives you the opportunity to experience a new way to not only learn, but to be inspired.
Each week we feature a thought leader who is influencing or working in the nonprofit sector. We'll learn from their expertise, ask the hard questions, and get your nonprofit the insights it needs. Whether starting a nonprofit or taking an existing cause to the next level, The Nonprofit Hub Radio Podcast is about breaking down how nonprofits can do better. Each episode features an interview with a sector star who has insight, stories, or ideas that can help you and your nonprofit thrive. Your host, Delaney Mullennix, calls the nonprofit sector home and helps you to feel like you're really getting to know the guest. So, tune in, take notes, and let's get the momentum going in your nonprofit.
Sarah B. Lange - Cause Camp Recap
In this episode of Nonprofit Hub Radio, host Delaney Mullennix interviews Sarah B. Lange, a nonprofit fundraising consultant. Sarah and Delaney discuss their experiences after attending Cause Camp 2023. Sarah shares that this conference was one of her favorites due to the intimate feel, networking opportunities, and timely topics.
Over the past three decades, Sarah worked with more than 200 nonprofits and raised over $80mil -- and she's still going strong! With that being said, Sarah also has a created a 2023 State of Fundraising guide for nonprofits. You can download it here.
Rev. Bethany Johnson-Javois - How Nonprofits Can Help to Heal Internalized Racism
This year, the Deaconess Foundation launched the Institute for Black Liberation, a novel approach to developing liberatory consciousness through healing the pains of internalized racism. The leadership development program provides Black Diaspora people in the Eastern Missouri and Southern Illinois region with a space to name, reckon with, and heal from racial trauma and grow as leaders who will pursue a just future.
Bethany speaks to Delaney about the importance of healing for leaders and activists and how philanthropic and nonprofit organizations can invest in this process.
Kristin Surkaw - The #1 Handbook for Impactful Storytelling
How do you raise awareness & boost fundraising efforts for your nonprofit’s mission & important work? You engage in impactful storytelling.
Kristin Sukraw is a professional storyteller, executive producer at StoryFind Films, licensed mental health practitioner, and national speaker. She has worked with large international nonprofits, small shops, and everything in between to bring their stories to life and help them accomplish their fundraising goals.
You can find her book, "StoryFind: The Handbook for Finding and Telling Your Nonprofit's Most Impactful Stories", online at Barnes & Noble and Amazon. Whether you're a founder or employee at a nonprofit, StoryFind will give you the skills to craft your organization's most compelling narratives to engage donors and drive support.
Rebecca Rodriguez - Start a Nonprofit that Actually Survives
Immerse yourself in tips that separate a successful nonprofit start up and those who can't move past phase 1. Rebecca Rodriguez is the author of The Nonprofit Workbook: Tips & Best Practices for Start-Ups Serving The Greater Common Good.
In this episode, Delaney and Rebecca discuss the steps a nonprofit leader should take before deciding to start a nonprofit and how to make it successful and sustainable.
Rebecca has served and worked in the social sector for more than 20 years. Working with nonprofit leaders to ensure program and organizational effectiveness she works with staff to get them to a place of sustainability.
With a fundraising background, Rebecca became interested in how to get an organization to a place of sustainability beyond raising more money. Whether it is at the programmatic or organizational level, she will come alongside to support and strengthen the business model, governance, systems & processes, and programs.
Diz Petit - From Vision to Action: Transforming Nonprofits with Sustainable Social Impact Solutions
Diz Petit is the Founder and CEO of LiquiDonate, a sustainable social impact solution for businesses and nonprofits. The technology tool lets retailers divert excess and returned inventory to nonprofits who need it.
In this episode, Delaney speaks with Diz about her impressive background in the technology space and her ability to turn her passion into action.
Manda Kalimian - Born To Be Nonprofit : Creating Real Environmental Change
Manda Kalimian shares memories of her 15-year journey of creating The Cana Foundation with Delaney Mullennix, host of the Nonprofit Hub Radio Podcast, on this episode. Her stories include insight on being a female founder while navigating the nonprofit space and also spending time in Washington learning how to spearhead initiatives to create real environmental change.
The Cana Foundation's Rewilding Space in East Norwich, NY serves as an exemplary case study, showcasing how rewilding landscapes can promote biodiversity and climate resilience through the use of native plants.
Informative and Engaging!
I recently stumbled upon this podcast, and it's quickly become one of my favorites. The conversations are always engaging, and the topics are relevant to anyone interested in making a positive impact in the world. Delaney is a fantastic host who brings on guests with diverse perspectives and expertise. As a listener, I truly feel like I'm a part of a community of people who care deeply about doing good in the world!
Empowering, insightful and actionable! 🙌
Whether you’re well established as a non-profit executive, or just getting started identifying the impact you want to bring to the world through your organization - this is a must-listen podcast for you! Randy does an incredible job leading conversations that cover a huge breadth of topics related to the ins and outs of building a thriving non-profit, and life you can be proud of - from leaders who’ve actually experienced success themselves. Highly recommend listening and subscribing!
Insulting to say we need to attract more men to the profession
The lack of men in the profession isn’t an issue. 80 percent of fundraisers are women. 70 percent of fundraising executives are men. Should we talk about pay inequity too? You tell me where the issue is.