Pick.Click.Give.Cast is a weekly interview podcast in which the team at Pick.Click.Give. tells the stories of Alaska's nonprofits through conversations with the people who help run them.
First City Homeless Services' Tasha-Marie Olinger
Tasha-Marie Olinger, the board chair of First City Homeless Services, joins the show to discuss what they do, their long-term objectives, awareness in the issues they deal with, who they serve, why what they do is so important, keeping people alive, how donors impact them, the impact of local businesses, and more.
Wrangell Mountains Center's Jon Erdman
Jon Erdman, the Executive Director of Wrangell Mountains Center, joins the show to discuss their core focuses, Alaska's connection to art and nature, how they've evolved, the importance of immersion, supporting research, the magic of nature, their own podcast, the impact of donations, and more.
Mat-Su Senior Services' Elaine Phillipps
Elaine Phillipps, the Chief Executive Officer of Mat-Su Senior Services, joins the show to discuss what they do, the services they offer, how those services developed, relationship building, the pandemic's impact, whether people understand what they do, the impact of donations, and more.
Juneau Youth Service's Amy Simonds
Amy Simonds, the Executive Director of Juneau Youth Services, joins the show to discuss what Juneau Youth Services does, the broadness of their mission, the importance of teamwork, how they help families manage, tailoring towards people's needs, who they serve, residential treatment, the pandemic's impact, how donations help, and more.
Tundra Women's Coalition's Eileen Arnold
Eileen Arnold, the Executive Director of Tundra Women's Coalition (TWC), joins the show to discuss TWC is, how it grew to have such a sprawling set of programs, who they serve, their programs for young people, prevention, how their location impacts the work, the impact of donations, other ways people can help, and more.
AFSP's Dustin Morris
Dustin Morris, the Area Director of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP), joins the show to discuss what they do at AFSP, the "prevention" aspect of their work, the importance of volunteers and collaboration, mental health, the biggest misconceptions about what they do, how donations impact them, and more.
Learned about a lot of nonprofits I wasn't familiar with before. They do concentrate on nonprofits in Anchorage. It would be great if they could do more episodes and feature nonprofits in smaller rural towns too.