Charity Champions Podcast

Charity Champions Podcast

Charity Champions are nonprofit organizations working to make a positive impact in our community. Each fall, our employees chose six nonprofits from nominations that are made on our website. Anyone can submit a nomination, and nominations are carried forward each year. The benefits selection as a Charity Champions are leadership development training and increased awareness, both of which are usually cost-prohibitive for these organizations. It's TFNB Your Bank For Life's way of giving back to the community that has treated us so well for more than 125 years. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

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February 16, 2021 26 mins

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We're talking with NeighborWorks Waco's President and CEO Roy Nash. He explains how the organization helps people build wealth through homeownership. 


About the Charity Champions Podcast

 

The Charity Champions Podcast is hosted by Randy Lane, AVP of Marketing for TFNB Your Bank For Life. The podcast is a way for Charity Champions to tell their stories through long-form interviews.

 

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STARS Book Clubs works towards a future where every student in Waco, TX can read on grade level and succeed in life. They do this through volunteers from churches in Waco who provide encouragement, positive role models, and focused reading support. Executive Director Michael Jeter tells us about the impact the program has made in the community.


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On this episode of the Charity Champions Podcast: The Art Center of Waco. Board Member Hector Sabido tells us why supporting the arts is good for the entire community. Learn more about The Art Center's mission at artcenterwaco.org


About the Charity Champions Podcast

 

The Charity Champions Podcast is hosted by Randy Lane, AVP of Marketing and Bo Mello, Marketing Bank Officer for TFNB Your Bank For Life. The podcast is a way f...

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Legacy Family Ministries deepens the roots of individuals with God’s truth so that their foundation as a married couple will be developed for the sake of the family institution. By strengthening the family they will in turn pass on God’s principles from one generation to the next.


One of the ways Legacy supports engaged couples is through their Countdown marriage preparation courses. Couple meet with mentors and peers to ta...

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More than just a museum, President and CEO Chris Dyer explains how the Dr Pepper Museum and Free Enterprise Institute is inspiring the next generation of entrepreneurs.


Learn more at charitychampions.org/dr-pepper



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Randy sits down with Executive Director of Esther's Closet, Rachel E. Pate. They talk about how the program is preparing women for the workforce.


Esther’s Closet’s is a self-sufficiency program designed to equip women and children to escape the imprisonment of poverty. They provide interview and workplace outfits at no charge to unemployed women and those seeking new positions. They also help with resume writing and job perform...

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We sit down with Division Director Ron Kimbell to learn how Klaras Center for Families is closing the gaps in mental health for children, adolescents and young adults.


Klaras Center for Families assists children and adolescents, ages 3 through 21, who evidence significant emotional and/or behavioral difficulties. These children must demonstrate a need for intensive services and meet eligibility requirements.


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July 17, 2020 38 mins

On this episode we have CEO of Community Healthcare of Texas, Viki Jingle, and Volunteer Coordinator Sonya Wilson discuss the myths of hospice. They talk about the hospice process, how volunteers can get involved, and their recent re branding.


About Community Healthcare of Texas


As the largest not-for-profit hospice and palliative care organization in Texas, we are proud to offer adult and pediatric palliative care and hospi...

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June 8, 2020 27 mins

On this episode we have Susan Peters of Unbound and Dr. Soo Battle of Camp Careful to discuss what advice they would give their younger selves about relationships and how to avoid unhealthy relationships.


About Unbound:

Unbound is an organization that fights against human trafficking. It started in 2012 in Waco, Texas with a focus to address the human trafficking that was going on in their own communities. It has grown into an or...

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Chip Wilson, CEO of 360 Solutions, talks about how to develop emotional intelligence as the leader of an organization. This is the third leadership development session of Charity Champion's 2020 season.


About the Charity Champions Podcast

The Charity Champions Podcast is hosted by Randy Lane, AVP of Marketing for TFNB Your Bank For Life. Charity Champions and the people they help come into our Triangle Tower podcas...

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April 24, 2020 42 mins

Chip Wilson and 360 Solutions hosted another Zoom call for Charity Champions Executive Directors while all of us shelter in place during the COVID-19 pandemic. In this session, Chip talks about marketing during this time and how to engage your audience with storytelling.


About the Charity Champions Podcast

The Charity Champions Podcast is hosted by Randy Lane, CTO and VP of Marketing for 360 Solutions. Charity Champions and the p...

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Because of COVID-19, we've had to get creative with our springtime leadership development sessions! Chip Wilson hosted a live Zoom call with Executive Directors from our 36 Charity Champions.


The session was over the 7 Areas of Transformation: How to run an organization in these uncertain times. There are universal truths that will never change. Systems and processes might change during this outbreak, but the way we communicate ...

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Dealing with grief over the holidays with Community Hospice of Texas. Bereavement Coordinator Jennifer Caballero tells us about the grief counseling services Community Hospice offers. She also shares advice for helping those going through their first holiday season after a loss.


Learn more about Community Hospice of Texas' Grief Care Services.


Give them at call at  (800) 958-5014 or email them at GriefCar...

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The Voice of the Bears John Morris talks with 360 Solutions Founder and CEO Chip Wilson about the origins of the Charity Champions program. Chip was live with John ahead of Baylor's game against Texas. Learn more about the Charity Champions program and listen to more podcast episodes at charitychampions.org.

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Listen to Rhett Revolution's Gameday radio interview with Voice of the Bears, John Morris. Learn more about Rhett Revolution at charitychampions.org/rhett-revolution

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November 15, 2019 19 mins

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When Lorna and Jimmy Hering's son Rhett passed away unexpectedly, they and the community of McGregor, Texas were devastated. Now, Rhett's legacy of kindness and caring is spreading through Rhett Revolution: a nonprofit dedicated to helping others. Rhett Revolution runs the McGregor Food Pantry, helps with nutrition in school, supports grieving parents, and awards scholarships. Those who knew Rhett said helping p...

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Executive Director Ashely Crownover tells us how Keep Waco Beautiful helps the city look good through conversation, cleanups, and education.


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Keep Waco Beautiful was started in 1979 as the Beautification Committee of Waco. The committee changed its name in the 1980's to Keep Waco Beautiful. What once started as a small committee dedicated to beautifying the community is now a non-pr...

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October 11, 2019 22 mins

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Community Ambassador Bronda Hayes tells us how Providence Hospice serves the community as the only nonprofit hospice in the area.


More about Providence Hospice:


Community Hospice of Texas and Providence Hospice have been providing home care, inpatient care and respite care since 1996 to patients that have been diagnosed with a life-limiting illness with a prognosis of six months or...

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Children's Advocacy Center of Central Texas Executive Director Michelle Carter joins Baylor's "Voice of the Bears" John Morris to talk about the nonprofit ahead of Baylor's Iowa State game.


Learn more at charitychampions.org



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September 24, 2019 25 mins

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Randy sits down with Children's Advocacy Center of Central Texas' Executive Director Michelle Carter to talk about how their organization works with victims and their families to provide protection, justice, and healing. The Children's Advocacy Center is our third Charity Champion of the year.


More about Children's Advocacy Center:


Here at Children's Advocacy Center Of Central Texas (CACCT), our mission is...

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