The Non Profit Podcast Network

The Non Profit Podcast Network

The Non Profit Podcast network is a compilation of not for profit businesses, organizations and community entities that are invited to be interviewed on the podcast pro-bono, use the network to find like organizations doing great work in their communities and source a one-stop listening shop of exclusively non profit organizations. This outlet is meant to give each featured non profit an opportunity to tell their story in their words, giving listeners a better and more complete understanding of the mission, vision and values as well as clearly delineating who they serve and how they're funded. Our intent is for this network to become a useful tool in helping any non profit organization begin the journey to successfully telling their story though podcasting then using that podcast as a marketing tool to reinforce their current supporters, reach new potential donors and volunteers through an easily deployed podcast. Growing reach for awareness with the speed of digital, this is just one more opportunity to get their story told to more people faster. By doing so, we expect this process to further embed the organizations in their communities of service as a result of the simplicity of distribution, the nature of the content and the ease of access to learn more about them. You can visit the website at https://www.nonprofpod.com/

Episodes

July 17, 2024 50 mins

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What can a school garden teach us about community health and education? On this episode of the Nonprofit Podcast Network, I am thrilled to welcome Salvador Ramirez, the inspiring Executive Director of Yolo Farm to Fork. Salvador's journey from an agricultural family background tied to the Bracero Program, through an enriching Peace Corps service in Kaz...

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How does a small organization tackling hypertension grow into a community health powerhouse? Join me for an inspiring conversation with Deborah Oto-Kent , the visionary founder of the Health Education Council, as she shares nearly four decades of experience transforming community health. Deborah takes us through the humble beginnings of her organization, in...

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Can humor save lives? Join me, Jeff Holden, for an extraordinary episode where we'll uncover the potent mix of comedy and mental health with our special guests Brad and Victoria Bonar, and local comedian, DJ Sandhu. These amazing individuals share their raw and real experiences, including Brad's brave recounting of his 5150 hold and his journey to...

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Learn how one parent with twins born with hearing loss was introduced to an effective support program for children  as we share the compelling story of Licia Green, the Development Director for CCHAT (Children's Choice for Hearing and Talking) program. Experience the emotional highs and lows of her journey as a parent of deaf twin daughters, from the s...

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What happens when theater arts meet social-emotional learning and conflict resolution? Join me, Jeff Holden, in this thought-provoking episode as we shed light on the extraordinary work of the NorCal School of the Arts. We'll explore how this organization seamlessly integrates music, theater, dance, and visual arts into educational settings and communi...

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Can horses really sense human emotions? Join me, Jeff Holden,  as I uncover the profound mental health benefits of equine assisted therapy with Donna Eckwortzel, Founder and Executive Director of Hearts Landing Ranch. Donna’s unique program at Hearts Landing Ranch allows participants to bond with rescued horses without ever riding them, harnessing the horse...

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What if nonprofits could thrive with the same professionalism and efficiency as for-profit businesses? Join me as I sit down with Kim Tucker from The Impact Foundry to dissect the evolving landscape of nonprofit business models and capacity building. Kim unpacks the shift from donation-based funding to earned revenue and why nonprofits must invest in robust...

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Imagine a world where neurodiversity is not only understood but celebrated for the unique strengths it brings to our society. Erin Schirm of Meristem joins me for a transformative conversation on how this organization is fostering independence and opening doors to employment for adults on the autism spectrum and other neurodiverse conditions. Erin shares th...

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Have you ever wondered how your individual skills and resources could make a profound difference in your community? Join me as I talk with Brad Squires, CEO of Social Venture Partners (SVP). He'll explain venture philanthropy, a model where engagement goes far beyond writing checks. In a candid conversation, Brad illustrates how SVP Sacramento harnesse...

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This episode unlocks the secrets of Granite Wellness Centers' innovative approach to treating substance use disorder as CEO, Victoria Blacksmith takes us behind the scenes of their life-changing programs. Be inspired by the diverse range of services tailored to preempt substance-related challenges, including the organization's deep-rooted commitme...

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There's a magical quality to the story of Soil Born Farms, a tale of transformation and community that encapsulates the very essence of urban agriculture's potential. As Sean Harrison takes us back to the early days of his pioneering journey, we can't help but feel the pull of nostalgia and the electric charge of innovation. From his for...
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Journey with me down the aisles as I speak with Chelsea Minor, VP, Community Impact and Public Affairs at The Raley Companies and Executive Director of Food for Families. Chelsea shares her inspiring tale of weaving community service into the fabric of business. Our conversation is more than just a reflection; it's a deep connection to the heart of giv...

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Have you ever pondered the inner workings of the foster care system and the unsung heroes guiding children through it? Carol Noreen, Executive Director of CASA Sacramento, joins me today to shine a spotlight on the Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) program, revealing the intricate juggling of compassion and legal advocacy that shapes the destinies of...
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Listen in as Executive Director Bonnie Patterson from Rebuilding Together Sacramento joins me to share the incredible story of how a modest volunteer initiative blossomed into a robust nonprofit organization, touching countless lives along the way. With a legacy that began as "Christmas in April", the group now offers a plethora of programs aimed ...
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Ever wondered how a summer program can transform a child's future? Breakthrough Sacramento's 30th anniversary is a testament to the staying power of education and mentorship. Join me as Faith Galati, the dedicated Executive Director of Breakthrough Sacramento, shares the floor with an energetic eighth grader, Johanna. Their stories intertwine to p...
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This episode has a special space in our catalog as Kids First was the very first non profit to have been recorded back during the pandemic. Since that first episode was all about the virtual event, it seemed only fair to bring it up do date to help get the story told of all they do for the community. Listen in as I speak with Debbie Gabelich, CEO, as we ex...
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Unlock the secrets of entrepreneurial growth and community impact with Cathy Rodriguez Aguirre, President/CEO of the Sacramento Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, as she shares the chamber's transformative work. Our conversation spotlights the array of bilingual services provided, from supporting micro-businesses to partnering with corporate giants like SMU...
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Join me as as I welcome Meghan Adamski from "A Touch of Understanding". We'll uncover the compassionate journey and profound influence of an organization that has been championing disability awareness for over three decades. Meghan shares with us the heartfelt origins of the program, stemming from the founder's childhood experience that ...
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Ever wondered how the spirit of giving is nurtured within a community? Kerry Wood, CEO of the Sacramento Region Community Foundation joins me to shed light on the monumental efforts that drive philanthropy forward. Our conversation pulls back the curtain on the operational magic of community foundations, where donor passions intertwine with community needs,...
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Imagine the journey from a bustling media career to the tranquil life off-the-grid, and finally to the helm of a once-struggling animal shelter. That's the life of Kenn Altine, CEO of the Sacramento SPCA. He's here to shatter the illusion that animal welfare organizations are solely about the animals, revealing the deep connections between the car...
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