Six Degrees with Kevin Bacon

iHeartPodcasts and Warner Bros

A singular star, everyone ( and we mean everyone! ) is connected to ...KEVIN BACON.  He has starred in some of the biggest films of the last 30 years – and after years of hearing his name used alongside ‘Six Degrees’ (the idea that everyone is separated by six people or less), Kevin decided to embrace it and turned the concept into a non-profit – - in 2007.  Now, in his new podcast “Six Degrees with Kevin Bacon,” he will use his fame to feature celebrity guests and highlight their favorite charitable organizations! Each episode will feature inspirational conversations with extraordinary changemakers and how they are making a difference in the world every single day. Get ready to lean in, learn and be inspired to act. Tune in Tuesdays for your weekly dose of #dogooders. The 'Six Degrees with Kevin Bacon' podcast. Dancing will NOT be banned.

Social Dallas Podcast

Social Dallas Church

Pastor Robert and Taylor Madu have a heart to see the city of Dallas introduced to the Grace and transforming Truth of Jesus. They are passionate to provide a space for all to come, with different backgrounds, and different walks of life, encountering community, spiritual growth, and simply a relationship with Christ. This is not confined only to the city of Dallas. Social crosses all barriers, and desires to reach people globally. Subscribe and share. This allows Social to meet people right where they are, with the opportunity to build the global church any and every way possible.

Change Church Podcast

Change Church | Pastor Dharius Daniels

Check our website at! The mission of Change Church is to help as many people as possible live, love, and lead like Jesus so they can CHANGE the world.

Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

Joan Garry

Hosted by Joan Garry, the “Dear Abby” of the nonprofit world, Nonprofits Are Messy is a discussion of the most pressing issues faced by nonprofit leadership. Joan and her guests tackle topics like the overhead myth, the best way to run special events, how to make a big fundraising ask, board-staff relations, and so much more. At times hilarious, uplifting, and frustrating, the stories told in this podcast should feel very familiar to anybody working in a nonprofit today. Topics include fundraising, leadership development, building a great board, Executive Director / Board relations, communications and messaging, staff management, nonprofit career advice, crisis management, digital marketing, social media, and so much more. Listen to real stories of nonprofit leaders like you and how they handled the mess. Because the truth is, nonprofits ARE messy. There’s not enough money, too many cooks, and an abundance of passion. Leading nonprofits isn’t easy. This podcast will help.

Digital Islamic Reminder

zaman khawaja

Introducing Islamic thought and understanding to the masses by the illustrious scholars of our time. We will be hosting thoughtful reminders and lectures in English and Persian/Dari languages.

Nonprofit Lowdown

Rhea Wong

This is Nonprofit Lowdown where I review and recommend the best ideas, resources, tools, tricks and tips to run your nonprofit like a pro! Support this podcast:

Them Before Us Podcast

Them Before Us

Tune in to hear Jenn and Katy from Them Before Us share how the message of children's rights can completely change how we view the world and some of the biggest issues facing it. We want this to be another resource for all of our children’s rights advocates around the globe and a place where we’ll be able to present the children’s rights-centric approach to legal and cultural news and introduce you to other amazing advocates and experts.

Toxic Leadership: Tales of Transformation

Dr. Kevin Sansberry III

This podcast is all about how leaders, organizations, and companies can improve their leadership and practices that lead to organizational success. As an Executive Coach, Dr. Kevin Sansberry has coached and mentored individuals, teams and organizations for over a decade and brings his wealth of experience and research focused on toxic leadership, coping and organizational culture. The Toxic Leadership podcast shares with listeners practical resources so that they too can begin to detoxify themselves, their teams, and their organizations. Lastly, we interview key leaders and experts as they share their insights regarding how to detoxify organizations — to improve retention, increase productivity and bottom line profitability.

I AM HealingStrong


Discover how to transform the most challenging chapter of your life with Jim Mann's inspiring podcast. As a stage 4 cancer survivor, Jim interviews famous musical artists like Tasha Layton, Ellie Holcomb, Katy Nichole, and Tim Timmons, as well as health influencers who beat incurable diseases like depression and addiction. Through humor and a renewed sense of purpose, guests courageously share their stories of overcoming the toughest times and learning to trust God. Tune in to Jim's powerful podcast to find hope and inspiration.

We Are For Good Podcast - The Podcast for Nonprofits

We Are For Good

Nonprofit professionals are faced with more challenges to accomplish their missions and the growing pressure to do more, raise more, and be more for the causes we hold so dear. Join Jon McCoy, CFRE and Becky Endicott, CFRE as they learn with you from some of the best in the industry; sharing the most innovative ideas, inspiration and stories of making a difference. You’re in good company and we welcome you to our community of nonprofit professionals, philanthropists, world changers, innovators, and others to bring a little more goodness into the world. Get cozy, grab a coffee, and get ready to be inspired. We Are For Good. You in?--We Are For Good is an online media and education platform with an aim to revolutionize the nonprofit industry by equipping this generation of for-good leaders with the mindsets, tools and innovative ideas to make a bigger impact than any of us could ever dream to accomplish on our own. Our vision is to cultivate an Impact Uprising. Learn more at

Animal Amicus

Animal Legal Defense Fund

Animal Amicus is the definitive podcast for those interested in landmark animal cases and how they’ve shaped the law. Join Animal Legal Defense Fund’s Nicole Pallotta and David Rosengard as they expertly examine the often-tenuous relationship between animals and the legal system—and what advocates are doing to secure more positive outcomes.

The Love Does Podcast

Love Does

Welcome to The Love Does Podcast, where love isn't just a word, but an action. Join us as we sit down with our incredible friends and partners, the real-life superheroes who show us what it means to love fiercely and selflessly. Their tales will inspire, challenge and remind you of the boundless power of love. Visit and discover how you can make a difference!

Nonprofit Leadership Podcast

Rob Harter

The Nonprofit Leadership Podcast: Making Your World Better features discussions covering the most critical issues, trends and opportunities facing nonprofit leaders and those engaged in social innovation. Hosted by Dr. Rob Harter, in this podcast you will hear real stories from experienced leaders about what strategies and practices have made them successful. It is our hope that through this audio series, people can learn not only what it takes to be an effective non-profit leader but to hear inspiring stories about people and organizations that are successfully making a positive impact in their communities. Enjoy the show!


Strong Towns

Join Abby Kinney, Chuck Marohn, and occasional surprise guests to talk in depth about just one big story from the week in the Strong Towns conversation, right when you want it: now.

Construction Leaders Podcast

Construction Management Association of America

An original podcast presented by the Construction Management Association of America, focused on the latest in capital management, and the issues and challenges impacting construction managers the most.

You Are The Current Resident: An NALC Podcast


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HungryGen Leadership

Hungry Generation

The vision of the Hungry Generation is to win souls and make disciples. Disciples are not born, they are made.

Successful Nonprofits Podcast

The Goldenburg Group, LLC

With over half-a-million downloads, the Successful Nonprofits Podcast shares insights, tools, and tips to help you and your nonprofit thrive. Our incredible content is the reason we're ranked in the top 2% of podcasts globally. Each week, Dolph interviews nonprofit experts and leaders who share their experiences and wisdom on a wide range of topics relevant to the nonprofit sector. From fundraising and board development to leadership and strategic planning, and more! We also offer shorter Bonus Break episodes you can listen to while taking a tea break – and get the added bonus of making you and your nonprofit stronger. These Bonus Breaks are solo episodes, where Dolph shares hard-learned (sometimes painfully learned) lessons from his 3 decades in the sector. And he often create worksheets and templates that accompany the bonus breaks. The podcast is hosted by Dolph Goldenburg, a consultant, coach, and confidant to nonprofit leaders across the nation.

Witness to Love Podcast

Witness to Love

Witness to Love is a Catholic marriage movement that helps to connect couples to their parishes through mentors and powerful online resources! We want to draw married couples closer together in Christ while being transformed into family missionary disciples. Join married couple and founders of Witness to Love, Ryan, and Mary-Rose Verret to unpack the richness of the Sacrament of Matrimony. This podcast has been created to reach young engaged couples, newlyweds, and all married couples seeking to strengthen their love for each other, their communities, and their love for God.

Nonprofit Mastermind Podcast

Brooke Richie-Babbage

This podcast offers nonprofit founders and leaders a deep-dive into the mindset and key strategies behind launching, scaling, and leading a high-impact nonprofit organization.

CEO Perspectives

The Conference Board

Welcome to CEO Perspectives, a podcast series by The Conference Board. Hosted by our President & CEO, Steve Odland, this weekly conversation will take an objective, data-driven look at a range of business topics aimed at executives. Listeners will come away with what The Conference Board does best: insights for what’s ahead™.

Hadley Presents: A Conversation with the Experts

Hadley (

Listen in as we get the inside scoop from experts on a wide range of topics unique to vision loss. We will ask the questions that get to the heart of the matter for you... And have some fun along the way.

In The Loop

Tom Durrance

Conversations on church growth and leadership for the 21st century apostolic church.

Built For War with Jimmy Evans

XL Podcast Network, Jimmy Evans

Join Pastor Jimmy Evans every month along with Lee Cummings and Jimmy Witcher as they explore the intricacies of leadership, spanning from boardrooms to churches. With over 45 years of leadership wisdom from guiding Trinity Fellowship Church and founding XO Marriage, the world's foremost marriage ministry, Jimmy dives deep into leadership's emotional, spiritual, and relational aspects. Drawing from his expansive journey—including renowned books like "Marriage On The Rock" and "The Overcoming Life"—and insights from top leaders across various sectors, the Built for War podcast releases new episodes once a month. Tailored for a spectrum of leaders, it’s an invaluable resource for those eager to enhance their leadership prowess. - Sign up for more articles from Jimmy Evans and other experts who share practical and proven principles to equip and inspire future leaders to be prepared for life's battles.



This is an informational and educational podcast by the American Foreign Service Protective Association (AFSPA), featuring Chief Operating Officer Kyle Longton. AFSPA Talks covers a range of topics across a multitude of categories, from mental wellness, to dental care, to speech and hearing awareness. This podcast is intended for all listeners, not only AFSPA members. This podcast is not intended to give out medical advice, please seek a professional for medical questions.

Making the Museum

Jonathan Alger

A podcast on exhibition planning for museum leaders, exhibition teams, and visitor experience professionals.

The Fundraising Masterminds Podcast

Fundraising Masterminds

The #1 Podcast for Nonprofit leaders, The Fundraising Masterminds Podcast will be addressing practical fundraising and development issues that Nonprofit leaders deal with on a daily basis. Hosted by development veterans Jim Dempsey and Jason Galicinski, who have worked with over 5,000 nonprofits all over the world and have collectively raised over $2 billion using their time-tested development strategy, this podcast focuses specifically on helping nonprofit leaders understand the right mindset and the best development strategies that actually work to get your nonprofit FULLY FUNDED. Support this podcast:

Central Bark: A Guide Dogs for the Blind Podcast

Guide Dogs for the Blind

Central Bark shares the stories and conversations that make Guide Dogs for the Blind's life-changing mission so unique. Join our host, Theresa Stern, and special guests as they discuss how lives are changed every day through the special partnerships created between people, dogs and communities. Learn everything you ever wanted to know about our pups (from guide dog DNA to training techniques), and we’ll introduce you to the amazing people in our community, including clients, staff, volunteers and supporters.

The Doctor Patient Forum

The Doctor Patient Forum

The Doctor Patient Forum is a leading advocacy organization to pain patients and prescribers adversely impacted by the harmful effects of efforts to curb opioid prescribing and overdose. Join Bev and Claudia weekly as we discuss how to end the untreated pain crisis! Check out our website at

What the Fundraising

Mallory Erickson

What the Fundraising is the podcast for impact leaders and change-makers who are tired of doing things the old school way and are looking for best practices to raise money, run their organization, and think about the nonprofit sector in a whole new way.  Every Tuesday for 40-60 min, your host, Mallory Erickson, will be having real and raw conversations with some of the best personal and professional development experts, many of whom are outside the nonprofit sector. These are bestselling authors, world-renowned researchers, and TEDx experts, most of whom have never spoken to a non-profit audience before. They have come ready to share expertise, lessons, and stories that will fundamentally change the way you show up as a leader and fundraiser. There are so many valuable lessons nonprofit leaders are missing because they are outside of their typical orbit, but no more. Mallory is bringing them in and helping to apply her guest's expertise to disrupt the nonprofit sector once and for all. So if you are ready to learn how to upgrade your fundraising strategy, leadership skills, energy, habits, and mindset to bring in more funding and actually have some fun doing it, then this is the right podcast for you. If you’re wanting to implement ideas you heard, visit for the top tips and tools, full transcripts, quotes, videos, and additional resources from each episode.

A Modern Nonprofit Podcast

The Charity CFO, LLC

A Modern Nonprofit Podcast, powered by The Charity CFO, explores the most important business and culture topics in the nonprofit sector. Hosted by Tosha Anderson, each episode will feature an informative, lighthearted and insightful discussion about what’s trending in today’s organizations. This podcast is designed for nonprofit leaders and listeners alike, and we thank you for making this podcast part of your day!

How We Run: Tips and Tales of Non-Profit Success

Good Ways Inc

“How We Run” investigates the multi-faceted approach needed to run a non-profit. We tackle topics such as managing your board, fundraising, and measuring your impact. Each episode features an interview with a successful nonprofit director who shares their insight about running an organization. Hosted by Julie Lacouture (non-profit consultant and founder of Good Ways Inc) and Trent Stamp (founder of Charity Navigator and CEO of the Eisner Foundation). Season 5 starts April 2022.

Giving Done Right

The Center for Effective Philanthropy

From the Center for Effective Philanthropy (CEP), Giving Done Right is the show with everything you need to know to make an impact with your charitable giving. Whether you’re donating a few hundred dollars a year, a few thousand, or a few million, you might find yourself wondering: Where should I give? How do I know which nonprofits are effective? How do I know if I’m really making a difference with my donation? Join hosts Phil Buchanan and Grace Nicolette as they welcome leaders and experts from throughout the nonprofit sector to answer philanthropy’s burning questions and bust some myths that have long plagued donors and nonprofits alike. In a time when effective giving is especially crucial, Giving Done Right cuts through the noise and focuses on what you need to know to put your money to work.

The Official Do Good Better Podcast

Patrick Kirby

Your organization is awesome. But sometimes you want to be even awesomer! The Official Do Good Better Podcast will help your nonprofit do good--better! Each episode features (fundraising expert, speaker, event creator and author) Patrick Kirby sharing the successes and challenges of nonprofits just like yours...and helping them solve problems.

Econ Dev Show Podcast - Economic Development

Dane Carlson

We explore the strategies, ideas, and insights that are driving economic development forward into the future. You'll hear new insights from passionate ED's about their successes and struggles, and you'll learn from attraction and retention experts about how to apply actionable strategies inside your EDO. We'll help take your organization, your community, and your career to the next level.

Frontline Negotiators

Centre of Competence on Humanitarian Negotiation

Every day, humanitarian workers negotiate with different counterparts – from armed groups to government authorities, and from religious leaders to displaced communities – to deliver aid in crisis situations. In “Frontline Negotiators: Stories from the Field”, we will guide you through personal stories told by humanitarian professionals who negotiate to access, assist and protect people in crises. The series is produced by the Centre of Competence on Humanitarian Negotiation.

The TTPOA Podcast


The TTPOA Podcast is hosted by two active duty police officers who are serving as team leaders on SWAT teams in Texas. The podcast will cover tactics, training, leadership and whatever else comes up. The main goal of the podcast is to get information out to our first responders who are working on the front lines everyday. Stay Safe and Train Hard.

The Intentional Fundraiser Podcast

Tammy Zonker

Welcome to The Intentional Fundraiser Podcast, hosted by Tammy Zonker. If you're passionate about making a positive impact in the world through your work in the nonprofit sector, this podcast is tailor-made for you. I'm here to equip and empower fundraising pros and nonprofit leaders, just like you, with the insights and inspiration you need to elevate your fundraising game and, in turn, transform the world. In each episode, I dive deep into the world of fundraising, sharing valuable insights, strategies, and success stories that you can immediately put to use to supercharge your fundraising results. Whether you're a seasoned pro or just starting out, there's something here for everyone. We don't stop at theories and concepts; we bring you focused, highly relevant interviews that explore the latest trends, best practices, and answers to the burning questions that matter most in the nonprofit sector today. You'll get the inside scoop on what's working, what's changing, and how you can stay ahead of the game. And let me give you fair warning – I'm not afraid to go on a little rant every now and then. Sometimes, a passionate discussion is just what we need to spark those new ideas and innovations. Ready to dive in? Check out our latest episodes right here. Make sure to hit that subscribe button so you never miss a single episode – trust me, you won't want to! Join our community of fundraising enthusiasts who are all on a mission to make the world a better place, one episode at a time. Thank you for being a part of The Intentional Fundraiser Podcast community! With heaps of gratitude, Tammy Zonker Major Gift Expert & Keynote Speaker

Global Scalpels: A Global Surgery Podcast

Taylor Ottesen and Riana Patel

Dedicated to the 5 billion without safe and affordable surgery - come explore global surgery heroes in tech, law, war, business, and of course, the OR!

Be Giving Podcast

Foundation Source

Welcome to Be Giving, a podcast from Foundation Source. In this series hosted by Elizabeth Wong, Head of Philanthropic Advisory Services at Foundation Source, we dive into the world of charitable giving and explore the incredible impact it can have on individuals, communities, and the world at large. Each episode features notable experts – philanthropists, advisors, executive directors, and thought leaders from across the charitable giving ecosystem – engaging in conversations about personal perspectives, experiences, and thoughts on the most important issues shaping the philanthropic space.

The Feds

The Feds

Feds For Freedom is the premier 501(c)3 organization creating, from within, a reformed federal service that is accountable, transparent, and reflective of the people it serves.

New Mercies

Mercy Ships

A podcast by Mercy Ships where we’ll take you behind the scenes and onboard our incredible hospital ships that are changing lives all over the world.

No Son Left Behind INC.

Qaadir Anderson

No Son Left Behind is a non-profit life coach organization focused on the development of men discussing life challenges and how to overcome them. Throughout our lives we've experience successes, and challenges, and how "LIFE" affects us differently, we ALL carry "baggage" along the way. Men are taught to be strong and hide their emotions. It's time to support one another and this is where it begins! To support and/or contribute to our vision of development and enriching the lives of many young men please contact donations cash app $nosonleftbehind Support this podcast:

Mission + Markets


Mission + Markets empowers endowments and foundations to pursue their mission-driven goals by exploring trends and best practices related to mission engagement, fiduciary governance, and investment management. Hosted by CAPTRUST’s Director of Endowments and Foundations Heather Shanahan, Mission + Markets shares research, resources, and recommendations from industry insiders so your nonprofit can focus on what’s most important—the mission.

Open Space Radio: Parks and Recreation Trends

National Recreation and Park Association

Open Space Radio covers trends in parks and recreation, shares news from the field, and interviews park and recreation professionals making a difference in their communities. Open Space Radio is the official podcast of the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) — Because everyone deserves a great park.

The Nonprofit Fix

Pete York & Ken Berger

"The Nonprofit Fix" is a candid and insightful podcast that explores the challenges of the nonprofit sector and its potential to repair our broken world. Join hosts Pete York and Ken Berger, as they delve into the sector's issues, discussing solutions to foster a more effective and impactful nonprofit community.Opinions expressed in this podcast are personal and not reflective of the hosts' employers.

The Road Home

National Coalition for Homeless Veterans

Addressing and ending veteran homelessness is more than an obligation, it is a responsibility. Roughly 33,000 veterans throughout the country lack permanent housing, of this some 14,000 are unsheltered on any given night. The National Coalition for Homeless Veterans is launching “The Road Home” podcast with a series covering affordable housing for veterans. Tune in as we discuss several projects across the country, housing best practices and how affordable housing availability is critical to ending veteran homelessness.

Illuminate by LIFESPAN Services


Who are we? LIFESPAN Services is a non-profit, for impact organization based in Charlotte, NC. We exist to illuminate the abilities of children and adults with disabilities by providing education, employment, and enrichment opportunities to live, work, and play in their communities. ** We aim to bring light to the stories of LIFESPAN Services as a way to share the stories of impact over the last 50 years. For more information visit ( ).

The Exodus Cry Podcast

Exodus Cry

The Exodus Cry Podcast is a resource for anyone who wants to learn more about commercial sexual exploitation and how they can fight it. Join the Exodus Cry team as they discuss updates on the commercial sex industry, including sex trafficking, prostitution, pornography, and stripping. Dive into controversial topics surrounding policy, ideology, culture, gender and sexuality, and even the spiritual aspects of injustice. Hear from leading voices in the areas of abolition, prevention, restoration, and intervention—including survivors in the movement to end sexual exploitation.

Nonprofit Everything

Andy Schuricht and Stacey Wedding

Welcome to Nonprofit Everything, a Q&A podcast for nonprofit professionals, board members and anybody with an interest in the charitable sector. Ask us anything, and if we don't know the answer, we'll rope in another expert. Send your questions to

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OSHO : Rebellious Spirit


The Rebellious Spirit podcast is built on the Osho notion of the rebel and rebellion, about the individuals who chose not to live like robots conditioned by the past - who walked the path according to their own light and risked everything for their individual freedom. These contemporary stories are fueled by the science of the inner - meditation.

Positive Impact Philanthropy Podcast

Lori Kranczer

The Positive Impact Philanthropy podcast interviews women entrepreneurs that have a philanthropic component to their businesses and personal life to create great impact within their business, life, and communities. Enjoy informational and light-hearted interviews with legacy giving expert and entrepreneur, Lori Kranczer!

PRO Cabinet Maker

Cabinet Makers Association

An original podcast series produced by the Cabinet Makers Association, created specifically for the woodworking industry. We bring together a pair of industry professionals to talk about issues and challenges impacting their businesses, as well as best practices to help combat those obstacles.

All Things PA Education


Join the PA Education Association’s CEO Dr. Sara Fletcher as she chats with leading experts in PA education, discussing trends, philosophies, programs, and issues directly impacting our profession. This conversational podcast offers a relaxed journey into the professional, and sometimes personal lives of those that focus on PA education.

The Offstage Mic

Aubrey Bergauer

Arts and culture is a big business—a $763 billion sector whose 100,000+ organizations serve almost every community in the nation. This podcast is about running that business: how to grow audiences, develop high performing teams and leaders, get younger attendees in the seats and on the donor rolls, apply strategies working in other sectors, and generate millions more dollars in revenue, all in order to serve the mission and flourish in a changing world. Hosted by “the Steve Jobs of classical music” (Observer) and "Sheryl Sandberg of the Symphony" (LA Review of Books), in each episode Aubrey Bergauer discusses the offstage work of arts organizations and the administrators, artists, and board members who make them run. Subscribe, download, and listen right here. Follow along on LinkedIn, Instagram, and Twitter: @aubreybergauer

The Hidden Addiction Podcast

New York Council on Problem Gambling

Hello and welcome to the Hidden Addiction Podcast. This podcast is brought to you by the New York Council on Problem Gambling. Across New York state we have 7 resource centers dedicated to connecting individuals to care. We are here to increase awareness about problem gambling and advocate for support services for persons adversely affected by problem gambling. Problem Gambling is defined as risking something of value on a game of chance. There can be many types of gambling, and it can affect anyone at any time in their life. It may not be talked about often and kept in the dark, but we hope this podcast sheds light on the hidden addiction of gambling and brings forth resources and information for you to use.

Rewilding Earth Podcast

The Rewilding Institute

Rewilding Earth podcast is produced by The Rewilding Institute. Our guests range from activists to scientists to wildlands stewards and policy makers with whom we discuss wilderness recovery, species reintroduction, wildlands connectivity, and important work on the ground to restore wild nature to as much of the Earth as possible. Rewilding's mission is to develop and promote the ideas and strategies to advance continental-scale conservation in North America and beyond, particularly the need for large carnivores and a permeable landscape for their movement, and to offer a bold, scientifically-credible, practically achievable, and hopeful vision for the future of wild Nature and human civilization.

Nonprofit Nation with Julia Campbell

Julia Campbell

Nonprofit Nation is hosted by Julia Campbell, digital marketing and fundraising expert, nonprofit consultant, and author of Storytelling in the Digital Age: A Guide for Nonprofits and How to Build and Mobilize a Social Media Community for Your Nonprofit in 90 Days. Julia helps nonprofits build movements, and in her work she teaches nonprofits how to build community, audience and raise influence on social media channels. On Nonprofit Nation, Julia sits down with nonprofit industry experts and practitioners to get advice on the best ways to build a thriving movement and a vibrant, passionate community around a cause. Topics include fundraising, storytelling, and marketing of course - but it also dives into mental health issues, leadership strategy, digital wellness, and much more. Julia's guests share practical wisdom, entertaining stories, and real-world tips that will help you strategize, plan, and grow your nonprofit. You never know exactly what you’re going to learn when you tune into Nonprofit Nation, but you can be assured that it will be worth your valuable time and attention. Be sure to click the subscribe button on Apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. 


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Energy Solutions: A Podcast From EPSA

Electric Power Supply Association

America runs on reliable, affordable electricity - but the demands on our grid are changing. From natural gas to renewable power, electric vehicles and the competitive power markets, what are the energy solutions to cultivate cleaner air, new technology and more innovative and reliable power generation - at the least cost? Experts and voices from throughout the electric industry and government join the Electric Power Supply Association to discuss emerging trends, current issues, energy customer needs, and new projects. Discover how competition unlocks solutions to build the grid of the future.

Building Tomorrow: Conversations with Climate Solvers

Urban Green Council

Buildings contribute to over 70 percent of greenhouse gas emissions in New York City, and 38 percent globally. This podcast will introduce you to people who are advancing the reality of healthy, resilient, and equitable low-carbon solutions that help solve climate change bit by bit.

Conversations with Mike Milken

Milken Institute

COVID-19 has changed the way we work and live. In response to the public health emergency, Milken Institute Chairman Michael Milken is engaging a range of industry leaders and medical experts to help us better understand and confront a crisis that has not only altered our current day-to-day but will change the course of how we work, socialize, and fight disease for years to come.

Harris Health Heartbeat

Harris Health System

Have you ever wondered how to get things done in a big organization? In Season 2 of Harris Health Heartbeat, we take a deeper dive into the heart and soul of our organization. These in-depth conversations start with the why behind what we do and teach you the secrets to how. In each episode, our Harris Health leaders discuss real-life experiences and give you the tools to build genuine, lasting connections with your colleagues. From harnessing the power of empathy and emotional intelligence to failing forward and leaning into communication, our guests tell it all.


Save the Children in Somalia

Carruurteenna is a new podcast hosted by Save the Children in Somalia, focusing on critical issues impacting the lives of Somali children. Through in-depth discussions, expert interviews, and storytelling, we will highlight key topics related to child survival, poverty, education, protection, and more. Written, created, and produced by the advocacy, campaign, communication, and media (ACCM) team at Save the Children Somalia Country Office. Hosted on Acast. See for more information.


Friends of The IDF

Moving stories, exclusive base visits, donor spotlights. Bringing the men and women of the IDF directly to you.

All Things Rotary: A CDS Podcast

CDS Americas

Each episode, host Nick Taylor brings together voices from around the Rotary world to find a new approach to All Things Rotary.

I Podcast di Sant'Egidio


Il podcast di Sant'Egidio. Ogni giorno una lettura e un commento di un brano della Bibbia per illuminare i nostri passi con la Parola di Dio e le varie iniziative della Comunità

Indiana Podcasts - Leaders, Legends, and Nonprofits from the Hoosier State

Serve Your Circle

Podcasts about Hoosier leaders, nonprofits, and policymakers. Our content is from Chris Spangle's public affairs radio show called "We Thought You Might Like To Know" and Indiana-specific content from the podcast Leaders and Legends with Robert Vane.

The VOICE for Iowa EMS

Iowa EMS Association

The podcast for Iowa EMS. A voice for you. Here we discuss hot topics in EMS as well as provide an avenue for you to get to know your IEMSA Board Members.

Center for Generosity Podcast

Mitzie Schafer, CFRE & GSB Consultant

We are equipping nonprofit leaders with best practices and resources that grow generosity to enhance your mission. In each episode, we tackle a topic related to growing generosity to your nonprofit and answer the three most critical questions for success. Our promise to you is that we won't take up a ton of your time - you have donors to cultivate - and we will give you actionable items you can start using right away. We will focus on foundational donor first principles and best practices. The Center for Generosity provides resources to expand your toolbox and support network with quality programs, video tutorials, templates, and one-on-one attention from our experienced consultants. To learn more or join today visit Mitzie Schafer, CFRE and GSB Consultant & Host mitzie@gsbfr.comMike Ward, CFRE and GSB Partner

InSAIde Scoop


This punchy podcast shines light on your deepest and darkest thoughts by decoding Sathya Sai Baba’s timeless teachings in a youth friendly way. Through candid conversations with youth leaders and fellow youth we explore questions that will help us navigate life and inch closer to experiencing our divinity! Join us every Friday to scoop within and discover sweet practical servings of Sai!

Kahloon Foundation

Khizar Kahloon

Join the Kahloon Foundation's "Pathways to Economic Empowerment" with Khizar Kahloon. Dive into key insights for financial independence and well-being. Engage with experts on Career Development, Entrepreneurship, and Financial Literacy. Equip yourself for success with Season Two's diverse topics, enhancing life and economic savvy. Embark on this empowering journey towards a financially stable future!

Sidecar Sync

Amith Nagarajan and Mallory Mejias

Welcome to Sidecar Sync: Your Weekly Dose of Innovation for Associations. Hosted by Amith Nagarajan and Mallory Mejias, this podcast is your definitive source for the latest news, insights, and trends in the association world with a special emphasis on Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its pivotal role in shaping the future. Each week, we delve into the most pressing topics, spotlighting the transformative role of emerging technologies and their profound impact on associations. With a commitment to cutting through the noise, Sidecar Sync offers listeners clear, informed discussions, expert perspectives, and a deep dive into the challenges and opportunities facing associations today. Whether you're an association professional, tech enthusiast, or just keen on staying updated, Sidecar Sync ensures you're always ahead of the curve. Join us for enlightening conversations and a fresh take on the ever-evolving world of associations. 

Be The Adult Podcast

Be The Adult

Founded in 2014, Be The Adult nonprofit organization has created a fifteen concept strategy to help teach adults and children the best practices for creating peaceful relationships at home and in every environment. Support this podcast:

Grants Uncovered

Jessie Ballantyne

Hosted by Jessie Ballantyne (Founder of The Grants Hub), Grants Uncovered is for those looking to get real with grants. Featuring fun interviews with grant seekers and funding providers across Australia, you will learn what works and what doesn’t when it comes to grants. Grants Uncovered is aimed at helping you find and win more grants.

Dem Bois Podcast

Shawn Aaron

This podcast aims to serve as a platform to highlight and amplify the voices of trans men of color and share our transition stories. The Dem Bois Podcast will also cover other issues related to being a trans man of color, such as dating, fitness, sex, mental health, family, and other topics related to our existence. The podcast aims to amplify trans men of color voices and raise awareness of our lived experiences.

Addiction Recovery- Living The Program

Roy Nichols

To start off I'll be reading from the Narcotics Anonymous sixth addition who's a addict each step of the twelve steps and the corresponding prayer for each step In time I would like to have guests come on and share their personal stories giving experience strength and hope.

The Veterans Career Compass: An ACP Podcast

American Corporate Partners

American Corporate Partners is the industry leader for free veteran and military spouse mentorship for meaningful employment.  Hear from Senior Vice President and Chief of Staff Richard Comitz and Senior Vice President Jana Toner as they meet with employers, veterans, military spouses, and those in the ACP community to hear their stories.  Our aim is to spread opportunity to all those who serve and support our country. 

Your Path to Nonprofit Leadership

Patton McDowell

Looking for your next nonprofit job? Want to lead a nonprofit organization? Dr. Patton McDowell ( brings the best in nonprofit career development to each episode, helping you find the perfect nonprofit opportunity and guiding you along the path to senior leadership in the philanthropic sector. Patton brings 30 years of nonprofit leadership, coaching and consulting experience, and shares best practices for individual and organizational success based on his work with over 250 nonprofit organizations and their staff and board leaders. Your Path to Nonprofit Leadership features more than 120 interviews with nonprofit leaders and philanthropy experts, as well as deep-dive solo episodes and other special editions. Hit subscribe, and accelerate your journey on a nonprofit career path that can change your life. Learn more at:

Volunteer Nation

Tobi Johnson, MA, CVA

Nonprofit leadership author, coach, and expert Tobi Johnson shares weekly tips to help charities build, grow, and scale exceptional volunteer teams. Discover how your nonprofit can effectively coordinate volunteers who are reliable, equipped, and ready to help you bring about BIG change for the better. Rather than continuing to “do more with less,” achieve abundance for your organization by engaging community talent that helps you do more with more. Society is evolving and so, too, is volunteerism. With over 25 years of experience working in nonprofits, public sector agencies, and grassroots campaigns Tobi is known for her modern “big hat” thinking and straight talk about what it takes to achieve success in today’s world. You will learn how to coordinate volunteers, improve the volunteer experience, recruit volunteers, appreciate volunteers, and do it all more efficiently with the right volunteer management software and digital tools. It’s a mix of interviews and solo shows you’re not going to want to miss. So, if you’re ready to ditch the stress and harness the power of people to fuel your good work, you’re in exactly the right place. Hit subscribe and let’s DO this!

Business Analysis Live!

International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA)

Business analysis is one of the top trending skills today. From problem solvers to change agents to advocates, business analysis professionals perform many roles in organizations and governments all over the world. Join us biweekly on Tuesdays, with hosts Scott Bennett, Business Analysis Manager, and Susan Moore, Community Engagement Manager from the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA®), for a candid practitioner chat breaking down hot topics in business analysis. If you like to listen to lively discussions, interviews, and some great career advice, this podcast is for you.

Ciara's Pink Sparkle Podcast

Ciara Lawrence

Welcome to Ciara's Pink Sparkle Podcast! My Podcast is about helping to raise awareness of learning disability by busting myths & negative stigma. I'm joined by a VIP chat Guest for all my episodes!


Queen City Podcast Network

KnowMore (hosted by Chuck Jones, Executive Director of Common Wealth Charlotte) will be bringing on some of Charlotte’s nonprofit leaders, civic influencers, and other key community stakeholders who will discuss firsthand the challenges our economically-vulnerable neighbors face. These guests will focus on current situations facing the Charlotte community, dive into the depth with which these challenges are affecting individuals in their day-to-day lives, and offer solutions that will allow our collective community to say “No More!”

7-Figure Fundraising Podcast

7-Figure Fundraising

Welcome to the 7-Figure Fundraising Podcast hosted by Trevor Bragdon. Each episode features a successful nonprofit leader who explains a fundraising strategy or tactic to increase your impact and rapidly grow your organization.

Relief, development and podcast

Mennonite Central Committee

Relief, Development and Podcast, is a podcast from Mennonite Central Committee. This show is about connecting with the realities faced by displaced and people made vulnerable around the world. Episodes feature special guests, stories from the field and updates about people and programs making an impact all around the world. Together we’ll hear stories about relief, development and peace, and how your support for MCC helps to meet basic human needs and work for peace and justice.

The Klosters Forum Podcast

The Klosters Forum

Hannah MacInnes joins some of the participants and guests of The Klosters Forum to discuss some of the key environmental issues of today including themes of plastic pollution, biodiversity and food systems. The Klosters Forum is a neutral platform that brings together disruptive and inspirational minds to address some of the world’s most pressing environmental challenges. Hannah MacInnes is a Freelance Journalist and a regular interviewer and Podcast Host for the How To: Academy, chairing interviews, panels and debates across a wide range of subjects and current issues. Before going Freelance she worked for over 7 years at BBC Newsnight as Planning Editor and as a Producer / Filmmaker. The Klosters Forum is a neutral platform. The views and opinions expressed by the participants during these podcasts are that of the participant and may not necessarily represent the views of The Klosters Forum. Music by IB Audio

Catching Up with The Ocean Cleanup

The Ocean Cleanup

Catching Up is a podcast by The Ocean Cleanup, giving you updates and insights from the team behind the non-profit organization. The Ocean Cleanup is designing and developing cleanup systems to clean up what is already polluting our oceans and to intercept plastic on its way to the ocean via rivers. Their end goal is to remove 90% of floating ocean plastic by 2040.





American Hereford Association

Powered by the American Hereford Association, 1881, has a mission to share stories of the breed’s rich history in the beef industry, connect with the faces behind the bald face and share the progress that has impacted operations across the country. We’ll bring you content that appeals to cattlemen and women of all ages looking to learn more about the breed bringing people home. Come Home to Hereford.

Start & Grow Your Nonprofit Podcast

Tim Needham and Mary Valloni

Start and Grow Your Nonprofit Podcast with Tim Needham and Mary Valloni brings together nonprofit entrepreneurs who have successfully built impactful organizations from the ground up. Join us as we dive into their journeys, share their insights, and learn how to start and grow a strong, sustainable nonprofit that transforms lives, communities, and the world. Visit for more information.

The Bioethics Podcast

The Center for Bioethics & Human Dignity

The Bioethics Podcast is an audio resource exploring the pressing bioethical challenges of our day featuring staff, fellows, and friends of The Center for Bioethics & Human Dignity.


Little Bit of Good

For the love of our communities, on the Shortchanged Podcast, we seek to understand WHY and HOW organizations and leaders driving important change in our communities are coming up short. Together, we’ll uncover and untangle the structures built to accelerate good, but too often slow it down. We’ll explore innovative ideas and new paths forward so that organizations and our communities get what they are due.

ARL For Love of Animals


Join ARL Cat Behaviorist Carol Griglione and Dan Sterrett as they answer all your questions about pet behavior, share fun pet information, and keep you up-to-date on programs, happenings, and success stories from the Animal Rescue League of Iowa!

PGgrowth - Planned Giving podcast

Ed Sluga, CFRE

Strategies, wisdom and insights into creating, operating and benefiting from a Planned Giving program at your charitable organization.

Givers, Doers, & Thinkers—A Podcast on Philanthropy and Civil Society

Jeremy Beer

Givers, Doers, and Thinkers introduces listeners to the fascinating people and important ideas at the heart of American civil society. We speak with philanthropists, foundation leaders, reformers, social entrepreneurs, nonprofit executives, religious believers, historians, sociologists, philosophers, journalists, and anyone else who will help us understand contemporary civil society’s achievements and failures. We also sprinkle in practical advice for nonprofit leaders and fundraisers. This is the podcast for anyone interested in that vital space where philanthropy and civil society intersect.

Nonstop Nonprofit


Calling all badass nonprofiteers! We know you're busy saving the world. That's why the Nonstop Nonprofit podcast from Funraise is your one-stop-shop for the hottest insights on all topics that are typically top-of-mind for nonprofiteers! Plug in your headphones (or stream out loud on public transportation-we won't judge) and join hosts Justin Wheeler and David Schwab for weekly episodes on juicy topics like smart fundraising technology, nonprofit growth trends, innovative giving advancements, humane hiring culture, and more! If you work for a nonprofit (or you're a sucker for social good), chances are you could use some of our on-the-go insights, humor, and support for nonprofiteers. So, subscribe to the Nonstop Nonprofit podcast wherever you get your podcasts—we're the perfect pitstop to help you grow on the go

Nonprofit Build Up

A. Nicole Campbell

Welcome to the Nonprofit Build Up, hosted by A. Nicole Campbell. Discover insights from nonprofit and philanthropy leaders about assessing and building better organizational infrastructure, programmatic strategies, and challenging traditional sector approaches on how to support some of the world’s most vulnerable communities. A. Nicole Campbell has over fifteen years of legal and operational experience in the social sector and has worked in private practice, private philanthropy, and the public sector. Nic is currently the Founder and CEO of Build Up Advisory Group®, a global advisory firm that specializes in building the organizational infrastructure capacity of brave nonprofits and philanthropies. Immediately prior to founding Build Up Advisory Group®, Nic was the Senior Director of Operations and Foundation Counsel for Dalio Philanthropies, the philanthropy of Ray Dalio, where she was responsible for the Philanthropies’ infrastructure build-out, management of the Philanthropies’ legal affairs, and programmatic leadership of the Philanthropies’ China portfolio of grants. Immediately prior to joining Dalio Philanthropies, she was the Deputy General Counsel and Secretary for the Open Society Foundations, where she was responsible for providing strategic legal, governance, grant-making, and operational advice to the global network of over 35 charitable organizations and foundations created by George Soros. Nic is frequently asked to lecture and speak at professional meetings and conferences in various regions around the world, including the Caribbean, West, East, and Southern Africa, Europe, and throughout the United States, on a variety of topics impacting the social sector, including philanthropy trends, governance, and grant making. Nic is passionate about using her legal training, operations and strategy expertise, and knowledge of nonprofit law to think creatively to transform the way organizations work and learn from their work. Now, on the Nonprofit Build Up podcast, she brings that same dedication and passion to help nonprofits and philanthropies consistently and sustainably support the marginalized and vulnerable communities they serve. The Nonprofit Build Up provides fundraising and development ideas, program strategy, innovative thinking, organizational structuring, and grant-making policies and practices for the sector to help you transform the way you and your organization work. For nonprofits, securing funding for work and operations, making better grants, designing stronger programs, and strengthening organizational infrastructure can be daunting while also trying to effect change in the communities they serve. And philanthropies can be challenged with how to support their grantees to create sustainable outcomes for the marginalized communities they serve. The bottom line is if you are struggling with how to build capacity and scale your impact, you are diverting your focus from the communities that need you. Start the power shift. Here. Now. Join Nonprofit Build Up with A. Nicole Campbell today.

TCN Talks

Chris Comeaux

Welcome to TCN Talks. This podcast is designed to be a pithy, talk of relevant need to know to help you in your role in hospice palliative care serious illness care. 

Not Just A Pony Ride


Ever wanted to know more about Equine-Assisted Services and Therapies? Join Occupational Therapist, Kaiti King, as she explores the reasons why this form of therapy is so beneficial and how it all works! This podcast is presented by HETRA University, an educational arm of the Heartland Equine Therapeutic Riding Academy (HETRA). HETRA, located in Gretna, Nebraska, is a non-profit specializing in numerous Equine-Assisted Services. We invite you the other resources available for you at Don't forget to join the exclusive 'Not Just a Pony Ride' Facebook group!