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.

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.



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Sermon Notes

Brentwood Baptist Church

Sermon Notes is a new podcast from Brentwood Baptist that takes a deeper look into the sermon planning process and behind the scenes of church life.

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. With bootstrapped budgets and staff, the community of do-gooders are seeking camaraderie along the journey, a safe place to grow and learn and find connection and inspiration. Join Jonathan 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?

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:

The Intersect: The Official Podcast of FAbM Base

FAbM Base

FAbM Base co-founders Emily Frase and Mary Bruno host straight up conversations about the places where the science of fertility awareness intersect with real life.


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.

How Is That Legal?: Breaking Down Systemic Racism One Law at a Time

Community Legal Services of Philadelphia

Kee Tobar and expert guests break down examples of systemic racism in the law and policy. By the end of each episode, you’ll understand the forces behind everyday injustices that make us ask, “How in the world is that legal?” How Is That Legal is a podcast from Community Legal Services of Philadelphia and Rowhome Productions.

The Build Good Fundraising Podcast

Fundraising isn't easy, but it should be simple. We take the mystery out of fundraising with practical tips and strategies to help nonprofit leaders grow their revenue and impact so they can do more good in the world.

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!

The Small Nonprofit

The Good Partnership

You are going to change the world. We can help. Running a small nonprofit is not for the faint of heart. With limited resources and fueled by a combination of caffeine and passion, small charity leaders are unsung heroes. The Small Nonprofit podcast, by The Good Partnership, gives you down-to-earth, practical and actionable expert guidance on how to run a small nonprofit. From leadership and law to fundraising and finance, we’ve got you covered. Forget comparing your organization to the big shops, we’re creating a community of nonprofit leaders who are going to change the world, one small nonprofit at a time.

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.

Reclamation: A beEmboldened Initiative


We exist for those impacted by religious trauma by providing support for prevention of victimization and revictimization, creating a safe space to ask questions and to heal.

Grant Writing Simplified

Teresa Huff

The world needs you to step forward as a grant writer and lead with confidence. I’ll teach you how. Welcome to the Grant Writing Simplified podcast where you’ll learn how to scale your income AND impact through grant writing and nonprofit consulting. I’m Teresa Huff, former special ed teacher turned grant writer and nonprofit strategist. I’m here to mentor freelancers and nonprofit leaders like you who are ready for a fulfilling, flexible career while leveraging your skills, growing your earning potential, AND making a big impact on the world around you. I’ll teach you the strategies I’ve used to help nonprofits triple their funding. Let’s work together to change your world!

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.

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.

Giving With Impact

Charles Schwab

Generosity and innovation are fueling exponential progress in addressing the most complex and intractable problems we face today. Growing at a commensurate pace is the drive to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of donors, the advisors who support them and nonprofits in creating the impact they envision. Giving with Impact is a podcast created by Schwab Charitable and Stanford Social Innovation Review to engage the philanthropic sector in an ongoing discussion around maximizing charitable impact. The series creates a collaborative space for leading voices from across the philanthropic ecosystem to engage in both aspirational and practical conversations around relevant topics at the heart of achieving more effective philanthropy. (0819-98NA)

Nothing But Major Gifts

Veritus Group

Major gifts fundraising is the lifeblood of non-profit organizations around the world. Richard Perry and Jeff Schreifels address major gifts twice monthly, to help you and your organization connect with donors in authentic ways to make an impact in your community – and the world.

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.

The End of the Road

World Concern

There are places in this world where the road ends—places that are challenging, remote, mystifying…Welcome to the End of the Road – a podcast that takes you on a virtual journey to places like South Sudan, the Congo, Myanmar, and the Middle East, and introduces you cultures and people you’ll never forget. Join host Cathy Herholdt for an experience that will open your heart and mind to what God is doing all over the world. Through stories and interviews with people who have lived and worked at the end of the road, you’ll be challenged and stretched in your faith. So buckle up! We’re going to the end of the road.

The Best Friends Podcast

Best Friends Animal Society

An animal welfare professional’s typical day includes unparalleled joy and heart-wrenching despair, often in equal measure. The burnout is real but it’s the hard-won progress that sustains us. The Best Friends Podcast brings you stories from the front lines of lifesaving. You’ll hear from leading experts on topics that impact all of us. These are stories that matter to shelters, rescue groups, and the animal welfare organizations that enable their service to a community and its animals. These are stories for all of us.

HungryGen Leadership

Hungry Generation

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

Confessions of a Grieving Mother

Emma's Footprints

Miscarriage, Stillbirth, and Infant Death affects more families than you may realize. Tracy and Julie (two grieving mothers) are here to help educate, support and break the stigma behind this topic of pregnancy and infant loss. Join us as laugh, cry and remember our babies!


AIME Association of Independent Mortgage Experts

Being an independent mortgage broker can feel like you’re facing big retail banks all alone. Why not learn from industry experts who have already forged the path? Join JP Hussey, Broker/Owner of the Hussey Team, as he goes in-depth about the business with industry experts and AIME members every Tuesday. Sit back, relax, and benefit from the insights you’ll need to further your breakthrough in the broker channel!

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.

That’s On Period!

That’s On Period!

Let's talk periods! Andrea Rix and Yasi Henderson, co-founders of the Period Poverty Project in San Diego, CA, debunk the social stigma around menstruation by discussing all things period-related. Menstruation should not be a taboo subject, and that's on period!


Shwanada Reed

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.

Remembering Resilience Podcast

Tribal NEAR Science and Community Wisdom Project

A podcast on Native American resilience through and beyond trauma… exploring concepts, science, history, culture, stories and practices that we are working with as we seek to shape a future for our children and our grandchildren that is defined not by what we have suffered, but what we have overcome. This podcast explores NEAR Science, Historical Trauma, and ways Indigenous communities and individuals in Minnesota are creating and Remembering Resilience. In season 1, podcast series hosts David Cournoyer, Susan Beaulieu and Linsey McMurrin share stories of this project and of ways community members and others are “Remembering Resilience.” In season 2, podcast series hosts Susan Beaulieu, Briana Matrious and Linsey McMurrin continue to explore stories of collective and individual healing and how our communities continue on their journeys of “Remembering Resilience.” Now that you’ve listened to us, we want to hear from you. Please fill out our brief survey by going to

Understanding Homelessness Podcast

Homlessness Research & Action Collaborative

You are here for answers, and so are we. This podcast illuminates the underlying causes of homelessness, explains systems that perpetuate it, explores innovative solutions, and shares stories from those with lived experiences. Dr. Marisa Zapata, director of PSU’s Homelessness Research & Action Collaborative, talks with experts, including those with lived experience, on how to better understand and address homelessness in Portland and beyond.

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.

People Places Planet Podcast

Environmental Law Institute

Welcome to People Places Planet Podcast, the official podcast of the Environmental Law Institute, a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization working to ensure a healthy environment, prosperous economies, and vibrant communities, founded on the rule of law.

Carbon Connection

Climate Action Reserve

The Climate Action Reserve is the most experienced and trusted offset registry to serve the carbon markets. As more organizations look to combat climate change and support environmental projects with true integrity, they turn to the Reserve to foster real solutions and reductions in greenhouse gas emissions. Through Carbon Connection, the Reserve's in-house experts will explore our high-quality standards for carbon offset projects and discuss climate change practices that benefit economies, ecosystems, and society.

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.

Sasquatch Syndicate

Bigfoot Broadcast

Sasquatch Syndicate Inc. is a Washington State non-profit organization promoting the research, and discovery of Sasquatch. If you enjoy our show be sure to check out our YouTube Channel as well, and keep up to date on all the latest. Thanks for listening to Sasquatch Syndicate and BELIEVE. If you wish to be a guest on the show, or to discuss collaborative efforts, or events, please visit or email us at

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.

Nothing for Granted | Grant Writing |Grants Consulting | Freelance Christian Entrepreneurship

Eliana Echavarria | Grant Writing | Freelance Grants Consulting | Christian

Tired of feeling undervalued, underpaid, and overworked by your understaffed nonprofit? You’ve been thrust into grant writing and now you can’t stop wondering - Could I possibly break into Freelance Grants Consulting AS A CHRISTIAN ENTREPRENEUR? Could I, once again, feel purpose-driven and fulfilled in my life and work while partnering with God in this process? Is your mind telling you it’s impossible because you’re “underqualified” and “inexperienced”? Do you wonder: Is anyone is actually successful at doing this? If so, they must have some serious connections in the nonprofit world. Are you struggling with how much you should charge as a grants consultant? Where do you get clients and how do you leverage that marketing and branding thing again? Six years ago when our nonprofit was $4,000 in the hole after our grant writer disappeared with our money. I thought to myself: FORGET IT! I’LL DO IT MYSELF! I too know what it’s like to be cross-eyed on page 6 of a “Grants for Business” Google search in an effort to figure this grants thing out. Like you, I fell into grant writing and it turns out, I LOVE IT! The research, the writing that connects head and heart, and the privilege of helping Visionaries advance their world-changing missions. When I first started I too was paralyzed by those questions. So paralyzed in fact that I launched my business TWICE - thinking “Maybe I should take another training!” 5 certifications on my office wall later… Then came the break-up. Between myself and fear that is. I re-launched my business and now I have the freedom to choose who I want to work with-or not! I have the flexibility to spend more time with my four growing children! And there’s no co-workers around to give me dirty looks when I’m blasting Andy Mineo while cranking out a business grant narrative at midnight. As a Grants Consultant, Freelance Coach and fellow Perfectionist I teach aspiring grants consultants how to break into freelance grant writing, grow their grant writing knowledge, and step into a purpose-filled life. Nothing for Granted is full of (tactical tips and tricks for aspiring freelancers including: 6 tactical things that are in this podcast Navigating the grants process as a solopreneur Time Management as a Freelance Grants Consultant Tools and Resources for Work-Life Balance Praying over your Business Overcoming limiting Beliefs and Imposter Syndrome Partnering with Holy Spirit daily in entrepreneurship This podcast for you if you are D-O-N-E with living in the mundane, want to crush your limiting beliefs, and are ready to start and scale your freelance grant writing business. Divine Connections happen here > Want to Share Your Story or Have a Question? > Does your nonprofit need help securing grants to scale your impact? Know what you want to do in your business but not sure how to articulate it? Work with me! >

Latino Business Report


The Latino Business Report covers business, people, and issues of the day from a Latino perspective. This podcast is hosted by J.R. Gonzales and brought to you by TAMACC the Texas Association of Mexican American Chambers of Commerce. TAMACC is the leading Hispanic business organization in Texas since 1975.

MBA Informa

Mortgage Bankers Association of Puerto Rico

Somos una entidad sin fines de lucro, establecida en 1974 para mantener y preservar la industria de la banca hipotecaria. Con esta nueva herramienta, pretendemos orientar y llevar de primera mano información esencial sobre temas de alta demanda, que día a día impactan nuestra industria bancaria hipotecaria.

One Visit Away

Kevin Fitzpatrick

One Visit Away is a podcast focused on helping major gift fundraisers achieve their potential by inspiring them to increase the number and quality of visits they have with their benefactors or prospective benefactors. This motivation comes about by hearing fascinating stories of visits that went well from a wide array of development professionals. When you hear these stories of success, you will realize that you too are just One Visit Away from a transformational experience for your benefactors and your organization.

Inspired Nonprofit Leadership

Mary Hiland

This podcast is a place for nonprofit leaders to gain insights, tips, inspiration, and encouragement to unleash their potential.

Econ Dev Show - 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.

Talking Away the Taboo with Dr. Aimee Baron

Dr. Aimee Baron

Talking Away the Taboo is the podcast for anyone in the Jewish community struggling to have a child and is seeking a place for emotional support and comfort. It is a show that will help you learn while validating your feelings and processing the hardship and to teach everyone else to be more sensitive. Each week, Dr. Aimee Baron and her guests will be talking away the taboo of infertility, pregnancy loss, infant loss, surrogacy, adoption and more. Your best friend just had a stillbirth and you don’t know what to say? This is the space for you. We laugh, we cry and we challenge the Jewish community to think differently about a topic that has for so long been shrouded in secrecy and shame. Join us on the wild, unpredictable, and gut-wrenching journey of creating a family. Follow I Was Supposed To Have A Baby on Instagram and TikTok at @iwassupposedtohaveababy. To find out more about I Was Supposed To Have A Baby, visit our website at

Problem Solved: The IISE Podcast

Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers

Conversations with industrial and systems engineers about their work, ideas and solutions. This podcast will feature both IISE members and non-members who come from diverse backgrounds in both academia and industry to discuss a wide range of topics as it relates to their work as well as some off-beat topics that we think you, our audience, will find fascinating.

Down at the Boathouse

The Center for Wooden Boats

Offical podcast of The Center for Wooden Boats, located on South Lake Union in Seattle and on the shores of Camano Island within Cama Beach State Park. The Center has a 45+ year history as a Northwest maritime museum, bringing together wooden boat enthusiasts of all ages and experience levels.



Immigration. It’s in the news, it’s in the headlines, it’s a political flashpoint. It generates a lot of sound and fury, a lot of strong ideas and raised voices. And for most of us, it can be hard to sort through all that noise and understand – what is actually going on? What’s legal for people to do, and what’s not? How do U.S. immigration rules affect people’s lives? What is it like to deal with the barriers – both seen and unseen – to people who want to stay in the U.S.? On this podcast, we explore the world of U.S. immigration – from issues that come up in the news like the border, and separation of families, to things you may have heard less about, like the strange and secret world of the immigration courts – to uncover how all of it works, Along the way we talk with lots of people with stories to tell about how immigration has impacted their lives. Hosts Lindsay Goldford Gray and Jennie Guilfoyle work together at a nonprofit called VECINA, that empowers immigrant justice advocates through mentoring attorneys, educating communities, and mobilizing volunteers.

Ending Human Trafficking Podcast

Dr. Sandra Morgan

The Global Center for Women and Justice launched the Ending Human Trafficking podcast in April 2011 and it has passed the 160 podcast milestone as of January 2018. Our mantra is Study the Issues. Be a voice. Make a difference. We believe that if you do not study first, you may say or do the wrong thing. The National Family and Youth Services Clearinghouse promoted EHT as “a good way to get up to speed on human trafficking”. Our audience includes students, community leaders, and even government leaders. EHT listeners come from all corners of the world, which accomplishes our mission of building a global community that works together to end human exploitation.

NALC’s Postal Record Audiobook


Listen to audio versions of articles from The Postal Record, the membership magazine of the National Association of Letter Carriers. New episodes are added every month. For more information and to read The Postal Record, go to

Leading Hope with Kevin Jack

Leading Hope with Kevin Jack

Welcome to the Leading Hope Podcast with Kevin Jack. Your influence will lead people somewhere, lead them towards Hope. Everyone has 20 min to learn to become a better leader, make it count.


Ryan Bregante

Living with XXY is changing the way the world views Klinefelter syndrome (47XXY). Focusing on community, awareness, and positive traits.

CEO Perspectives

The Conference Board

Welcome to CEO Perspectives, a new 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™.

Immigrants in Corporate

Lola Adeyemo

Welcome to the “Immigrants in Corporate” podcast. This podcast is about immigrants and the journey to belonging and thriving in the corporate workplace. As a certified diversity professional, the host Lola Adeyemo, works with global corporations to build a more inclusive workplace for underrepresented employees. Drawing on her experience as an immigrant with multiple corporate organizations, Lola Adeyemo is working to enhance the immigrant experience at work by highlighting how the immigrant identity and workplace experiences intersect. In this podcast, immigrants from different geographical locations within the corporate workplace will share their personal experiences. These conversations will highlight the different barriers immigrants face in the corporate workplace and provide insights for overcoming and thriving through practical workplace resources in addition to leveraging individual uniqueness and cultural background. The episodes and discussions will be based on the different categories from the book by the Host Lola Adeyemo “Thriving in Intersectionality” and more. As an Immigrant in the workplace or an International student looking forward to getting into the corporate workplace in a new country, listen in for resources and tools. As a Diversity Equity, Inclusion ( DEI) professional OR an Inclusion advocate in the corporate workplace, listen in to gain insights on how to make your workplaces more inclusive for immigrants.

Greenhouse Sermons

Greenhouse Church

Weekly sermon from Greenhouse Church in Gainesville, FL.

Until All Are Free

The Exodus Road

Until All Are Free (a podcast by The Exodus Road) supplies listeners with an understanding of the systemic issues of human trafficking through conversations with our founders and other experts, incredible stories from survivors, and interviews with the ordinary operatives who bring extraordinary justice through the work of The Exodus Road. The Exodus Road is a global nonprofit committed to the fight against human trafficking. We gather evidence, empower nationals, and facilitate rescue missions alongside local law enforcement to end human trafficking across our globe.

The Offstage Mic

Aubrey Bergauer

This new podcast is about how to shake up the old way of arts management and compose a different tune: that there is a way to regain relevance and audiences, to make our organizations more inclusive, to develop high performing teams, to get younger attendees in the seats and on the donor rolls, and to generate hundreds of millions more dollars in revenue, all in order for arts and culture to flourish in a post-pandemic world. Hosted by “the Steve Jobs of classical music” (Observer) and “the Sheryl Sandberg of the Symphony” (LA Review of Books), each episode Aubrey Bergauer answers your questions about 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 Instagram, LinkedIn, and Twitter: @aubreybergauer.

Heaven Here Now Podcast

The Gathering People

Welcome to the Heaven Here Now Podcast where some former pastors and their friends talk about the radical shift that happens in life when we stop viewing heaven as something that we can only experience some day, far away, and begin to explore the possibility that heaven is something that we have the power and responsibility to create and sustain here and now. In a world where problems seem to grow bigger and more complex everyday, we love to focus on the individuals, organizations and ideas that can help us empower people to lead in love on a local level and bring about real change.

Get To Know NHCO

North Hills Community Outreach

Get To Know NHCO will enlighten listeners about the valuable work North Hills Community Outreach does to help those in need in the northern Pittsburgh region. We’ll feature lively and informative interviews with NHCO staff, clients and volunteers, along with local celebrities, politicians and community activist. Each episode will highlight how NHCO is an organization of people helping people.

The Briefing Room-Wisconsin's Law Enforcement Podcast

Wisconsin Fraternal Order of Police

Brought to you by the Wisconsin Fraternal Order of Police. Information about current legal, political, and professional topics important to Wisconsin law enforcement.

Environmental Law Explored: A Podcast SEERies

ABA Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources

Top environmental, energy, and resources lawyers discuss career development, legal issues, historical trends, and new developments in environmental law.

My Veterans Place Podcast

Faye Prescott

Most Veterans want to know who or where to go for resources or help with Health Benefits, Education Benefits, Homelessness, and Finances. But not all Veterans have the time or patience to sit down and search through hundreds of organizations to find the right one to help. Join My Veterans Place as we interview organizations that serve Veterans and their families locally and across the nation. We will also share stories from Veterans around the nation that served with honor. Keep up with current events and get lots of information in under an hour with organizations and stories from fellow Veterans.

The CU2.0 Podcast

Robert McGarvey

This podcast explores contemporary, critical thinking and issues impacting the nation's credit unions. What do they need to be doing to not just survive but prosper?

Lakes Chat

Alliance for the Great Lakes

Dive into Our Lakes Chat! Every Tuesday, the Alliance for the Great Lakes will chat with a special guest(s) about Great Lakes Issues and dig into what it all means for you and your community. Learn more about us:

Leading in Conversation

Kate King and Nelis van den Berg

Join us on a journey of discovery into conversational leadership, from the perspective of leaders – not consultants - who have to balance the tension of day-to-day responsibility with the awareness that today’s world is too complex for simple answers.

The Smart Communications Podcast

Big Duck

The Smart Communications Podcast helps busy nonprofit leaders build their communications skills and develop their organization’s voice. Every episode shares insights and practical tips to help you leverage strategic communications to advance your nonprofit’s mission.

Life Skills From Students For Students

Students Lifting Students

Welcome to the Students Lifting Students podcast, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to helping students learn life skills they do not necessarily pick up in school. In this podcast, we will discuss several things, from mental health to financial well-being to almost everything you need to succeed. I am your host, Priyanka Rathnam, and I look forward to sharing these skills with you. Enjoy!

Waves of Change

Lizzie Lara

Waves of Change is podcast that inspires and brings hope. Host Lizzie interviews founders and executive directors from small nonprofits across the world to discover how they are solving problems and bringing hope and change to the world.

The Leadership Window

Patrick Jinks

Leadership can be lonely and difficult. The Leadership Window helps leaders clarify the cloudy, simplify the complex, and align the moving parts toward the goal. With a lens on the social sector, The Leadership Window explores the unique challenges nonprofit leaders face.

David Diamond Historia del Futuro

Historia del futuro

Historia del Futuro porque para DIOS, el futuro es Historia. Nuestro Canal en YouTube

Para Servirle PR

Jesus Arroyo | Para Servirle

Espacio informativo sobre organizaciones sin fines de lucro en Puerto Rico y sus comunidades. Para que sepas quienes son, a quienes apoyan y como tú puedes ayudarlos. Tendremos entrevistas, noticias, oportunidades de voluntariado y más. #AquiParaServirle Support this podcast:


Cathedral of Holiness Missionary Baptist Church

Bishop Dawn R. Brown (Pastor and Founder) Located in Pennsville, NJ

The Impact Collective

Emma Shahid

The Impact Collective is a podcast that highlights the work of modern-day nonprofit founders, community philanthropists, artists, students, and professionals making their own impact on society. The Impact Collective is hosted by Columbia University Nonprofit Management M.S. student Emma Shahid and features interviews and stories from philanthropic humans all over the world. The Impact Collective strives to highlight the work of all people, regardless of age, gender identity, orientation, or ethnicity.

From Beer to the Bible Podcast


From Beer to the Bible is a program dedicated to giving hope to those going through the self-inflicted suffering of addiction as well as their loved ones, and most importantly to lead people back home to Jesus Christ.

Worthy People Freedom Radio

Worthy People Ministries

We are a prison ministry program that reaches over 30 TDCJ prison units and county jails. We aim to encourage the incarcerated and their families by shining the light of the hope and freedom of Jesus. We feature letters, shoutouts, and interviews with formerly incarcerated each week. Join us live on AM630 THE WORD Sundays 11:00pm-12:00am and 100.7FM THE WORD Saturdays 10:00pm-11:00pm. Call with shoutouts 24/7 at 1-844-596-7849 and visit Support this podcast:

RAISE Podcast


Who's doing the most exciting things in fundraising? Who's thinking about things from a completely different angle? The RAISE podcast aims to find out. Brought to you by EverTrue, each episode goes in depth with the people changing advancement. Tune in and get inspired.

NPFX: The Nonprofit Fundraising Exchange

IPM Advancement

Join the experts at IPM Advancement for discussion and insights into nonprofit fundraising, membership, advocacy and more. Each show covers a different aspect of advancement, with topics ranging from annual giving to capital campaigns and everything in between.

Fulfilled Fundraising Inspiration for Nonprofits


Welcome to the Fulfilled podcast. The podcast designed to spark fundraising inspiration for your nonprofit through thought-provoking interviews with world leading fundraising experts. Fulfilled brings a unique interview style approach where we ask the most important questions of our expert guests to help nonprofits excel in their fundraising efforts. Feel inspired and feel fulfilled with knowledge so your nonprofit can continue to make a positive impact and create change for a better world. For more information of Fulfilled, visit

Culture of Caring with Natalie Boyle


Culture of Caring with Natalie Boyle is a podcast with it's own mission- restoring faith in humanity one story at a time. The world has been an unpredictable and often frightening place these last few years, but our guests are the helpers, the shining lights, the kind voices, and the inspirational leaders who are working to improve their community. Join us as we hear their stories, share a few laughs (and an occasional tear,) and leave feeling a little bit lighter.

This Is Civity

Gina Baleria

Civity is a culture of deliberately engaging in relationships of respect and empathy with others who are different. Our world today is one of haves and have-nots, insiders and outsiders, people who belong and people who are marginalized because they are other. By reaching out person-to-person to others who are different, all of us together create the relational infrastructure to build solidarity, justice, and resilience in our communities. Our differences are our strengths. This is ‘civity.’ Our podcast showcases interviews with people bridging power-based divides to move communities forward on issues grounded in inequities.

Prevention of Blindness Society of Metropolitan Washington Event Replay Channel

Prevention of Blindness Society

Founded in 1936, the Prevention of Blindness Society of Metropolitan Washington (POB) is dedicated to the improvement and preservation of sight and quality of life by providing services and education, and by championing healthy vision and innovation to everyone in our area. For more information, visit

Sinners Anonymous

Sinner Anonymous

Above all things have fervent love for one another, for LOVE will cover a multitude of sins. - 1 Peter 4:8 For more information, visit: Coptic Orthodox Podcast

The Institute for Strategy and Policy – Myanmar


The Institute for Strategy and Policy – Myanmar (ISP – Myanmar) is an independent, non-partisan and non-governmental think tank. Established in 2016, ISP-Myanmar aims to promote democratic leadership and strengthening civic participation in Myanmar through its key strategic programs and initiatives. The institute primarily focuses on research, capacity building, leadership engagement, communication and outreach programs, and desk initiatives on Peace and China issues.

The Voice of Texas Veterans

Texas Veterans Commission

This podcast highlights services of the Texas Veterans Commission, which assists veterans in obtaining all the state and federal benefits they have earned.

The Podcast With Purpose

Human Technologies

Stay up-to-date with everything going on at Human Technologies!

Rules of the Game: The Bolder Advocacy Podcast

Bolder Advocacy

Nonprofits are important advocates on issues critical to every community, but sometimes the rules and regulations of advocacy can be barriers to entry. In Rules of the Game, Bolder Advocacy attorneys at Alliance for Justice use real examples to demystify these laws to help 501(c)(3) and 501(c)(4) nonprofits be bolder advocates, whether holding elected officials accountable, educating candidates, engaging voters, or lobbying for policy change.

Keynotes: Stories of Collective Impact

Marques Chavez

We are in a divisive era, but not everybody is divided. These are the stories of people coming together to develop long-lasting solutions to difficult policy obstacles. We share stories about education, agriculture, American Indian/Alaska Native communities, energy, public land management, health, and emerging technologies.

Union Strong

New York State AFL-CIO

Union Strong is the official podcast of the New York State AFL-CIO. We share stories of working men and women who benefit from belonging to a union and having a voice in the workplace. We interview union members, leaders and allies to learn more about legislative priorities, contract negotiations, organizing drives, working conditions, rallies and strikes.

Youth Justice Transformation in Action

RFK National Resource Center for Juvenile Justice (

The RFK National Resource Center's podcast, Youth Justice Transformation in Action, shares stories of change management, leadership, achieved outcomes and so much more. Featuring leaders from municipal, county, and state government. Every other month, we will share a new episode with practitioners in the field who are successfully navigating youth justice transformation in their systems and discuss best practices from youth justice experts. Learn more at

Resilient Voices & Beyond


Resilient Voices & Beyond podcast to showcase the voices which were once silenced. This podcast is here to offer a platform for those voices to be heard and received. On this podcast, we will educate on foster care while challenging and breaking away the stigma and labels surrounding it. Also, we will talk about the child welfare system as a whole and the policies and legislative behind it federally and locally. Last but not least we hope to create and talk about the dialogue on reform that is already happening and that needs to happen.

BEYOND Philanthropy

Beyond Philanthropy

A podcast about how we can move beyond traditional philanthropy from co-hosts Monique Curry-Mims & Valerie Johnson. Support this podcast:

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.

Brain Injury Today

Goal 17 Media

Brain Injury Today is the official podcast of the Brain Injury Alliance of Washington. Hosted by BIAWA Executive Director Deborah Crawley, the show brings listeners inspiring conversations with survivors, researchers, counselors, caretakers and more, in an effort to strengthen connections within the brain injury community. 

Dominion Life Podcast

Dominion Life Church

We are fulfilling the Great Commission by discipling faithful people through all means permissible, establishing the ekklesia in every inhabited locality. We are extending the Kingdom of God through all means of mass communication and individual evangelism/ discipleship. We are building the Body of Christ through training and sending disciples into every nation and every city in every nation. We are establishing bible schools, orphanages. elderly care facilities and food distribution centers to care for the temporal needs of the people. We are providing training to like-mind

On The Journey Conversations

National WMU, Sandy Wisdom-Martin

Listen to engaging conversations that will inspire you to go deeper in your Christian faith walk. This podcast is designed for women who want to develop a missional lifestyle.

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.



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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.

The Business of Philanthropy

Badr Jafar

The Business of Philanthropy – a series of conversations with thought and action global leaders hosted by Badr Jafar, Founding Patron of the Centre for Strategic Philanthropy at the University of Cambridge, exploring the changing nature of philanthropy within and from the emerging markets.

Donor Growth

Louis Diez & Mike Duerksen

There are proven ways to make your nonprofit nonprofit organization less fragile by developing more—and deeper—relationships with your donors. Louis Diez and Mike Duerksen will discuss one big idea every week to help you level up. Brought to you by the Donor Participation Project and

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 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.

Black Girls Club

Beauty and Brains

Keeping up with the BBGirls💖 Join us for weekly entertaining and informative conversations with influential & relatable Black women in our community. Support this podcast:

Do One Better with Alberto Lidji in Philanthropy, Sustainability and Social Entrepreneurship

Alberto Lidji

Weekly podcasts on philanthropy, sustainability and social entrepreneurship, hosted by Alberto Lidji, former Global CEO of the Novak Djokovic Foundation. Insightful interviews with the leaders who are achieving remarkable change. Be inspired!

Stay Motivated

The Motivation Queen

Allow me to reintroduce myself , I am The Motivation Queen known for being the motivation guru goddess ! Over the course of recording and connecting with my guests; I have been able to transmute my trauma into my power , my light and, my voice in a positive manner! Stay Motivated mission is overcoming challenges and still being positive no matter the circumstances ! I am here to be the positive voice & light for the people. Each season I record I improve and elevate higher. With Gratitude , I am forever thankful for all my guests as they help keep my vision alive ! Stay Motivated xoxo Support this podcast:

772 Love Podcast YNW MELLY

Matheus Affonso

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Successful Nonprofits Podcast

The Goldenburg Group, LLC

Gain insight to help your nonprofit thrive in a competitive environment.

The Association Podcast

Jake Toohey, Joe Post, Ben Muscolino

Jake Toohey and Joe Post (Adage Technologies) and Ben Muscolino (Breezio and AMS Geek) bring you The Association Podcast. With more than a combined three decades of experience in the association tech space, they explore challenges facing associations and bring fresh ideas on addressing them using strategy, design, analytics, and technology.

Small But Mighty Podcast for Non-Profits

Small Non-Profits Alliance podcast for small charities

Small But Mighty is the podcast of the Small Non-Profits Alliance, offering expert advice and resources for small non-profits. Featuring interviews with charity sector experts on fundraising, marketing or governance advice.

خيرك لاحق

Mics | مايكس

في هذا البودكاست بنتكلم عن الأوقاف الخيرية بكافة مجالاتها حول العالم، بودكاست بيعلمك تتأمل وتتأكد إن الإحسان موجود في تفاصيل كثيرة بحياتنا، وإن الخير اللي نقدمه، دائمًا وأبدًا.. لاحق.

Brand USA Talks Travel

Brand USA

This new podcast will elevate the conversation concerning international travel to the United States by speaking with leaders in our industry. Subscribe to hear key answers to timely questions, delivered in five minutes. Brand USA is the nation’s destination marketing organization. We work closely with more than 900 partner organizations to invite the world to explore the exceptional, diverse, and virtually limitless travel experiences and destinations available in the United States of America.

Nonprofit Storytelling Conference Living Room Podcast

Nonprofit Storytelling Conference

Learn how to fundraise and connect with donors by telling better stories. During these podcasts, you'll learn how to tell more engaging stories from various presenters from the Nonprofit Storytelling Conference.

Association Station

Melanie Padgett Powers

The show for those who work at and with membership associations in the areas of content, publications and media. You are the innovators, the creators, the strategists and the doers — serving your association members and their industry.

Women of the World Refugee Podcast

Women of the World

Women of the World is a women refugee service non-profit responsible for service and capacity building for our new neighbors in Salt Lake City Utah. Our podcast is a place where 'our ladies' can share their stories and aspirations and where we can highlight activities important to refugees and service providers.

All About Capital Campaigns: Nonprofits, Fundraising, Major Gifts, Toolkit

Capital Campaign Toolkit

All About Capital Campaigns is your weekly source for nonprofit fundraising advice. Each week hosts Andrea Kihlstedt and Amy Eisenstein, co-founders of the Capital Campaign Toolkit ( and special guests, provide practical tips about raising more money for your nonprofit organization. Topics include capital campaigns, feasibility studies, working with your board, donors, major gifts, volunteers, and more. This is a great resource for nonprofit Executive Directors/CEO's, Development Directors, Board Members, or others looking to learn about nonprofit fundraising.

Autism Grown Up Podcast

Autism Grown Up Podcast

How do we prepare for and navigate adulthood? What are the resources out there that can help me? How can we all work together to promote the success of autistic people in the workplace, community, and at school? This podcast is an extension of the Autism Grown Up Resource Center for autistic adults, families, and professionals. Note that the needs of the autism community are HUGE and we are a small non-profit just getting started with resources. Not every episode may be for you and we aim to provide ideas and suggestions for individualization. Pick and choose what you need!


Appian Media

Dive into technology and the Bible learning how you can use today's tech tools to share God's timeless message. Hosts Craig Dehut & Stuart Peck are the founders of Appian Media, a non-profit video production company creating compelling content about the Bible. They'll share tips, tricks and how they do what they do so you can spread God's word to the world through today's tools and media platforms!

TCIA Podcast

Tree Care Industry Association

The tree care industry has stories and knowledge just waiting to be explored. We’ll have a variety of expert guests and innovators from all corners of the industry sharing their stories and extensive knowledge on our show.

SynGAP10 weekly 10 minute updates on SYNGAP1 (video)

Syngap Research Fund, 501(c)(3)

SYNGAP10 is a 10 minute weekly blog to keep parents and families up to date on what the team at SynGAP Research Fund (SRF) is doing to advocate for patients& advance research into SYNGAP1. If you do nothing else, listen to or watch this and let us know what you think.

ThinkTech Hawaii

Jay Fidell

ThinkTech Hawaii is a non-profit streaming network based in Honolulu. Our vision is to be a leader in shaping a more vital and thriving Hawaii as the foundation for future generations. Our mission is to be the leading digital media platform raising public awareness and promoting civic engagement in Hawaii. Visit or to watch our live stream

The Fundraising Coach -- Fundraising Tips, Tools, and Tactics for Nonprofits -- by Tom Iselin

Tom Iselin

Learn tactics and strategies you need to become an expert at raising money and building a high-performance fundraising program. There are Interviews with industry experts, as well as dozens of practical tactics you can apply immediately to raise more money, improve your program's effectiveness, and inspire you about the art of fundraising.

The ORX Operational Risk Podcast


Updates and Insights on operational risk management from the leading operational risk association in the financial services sector.

White Collar Week with Jeff Grant

Jeff Grant

Welcome to White Collar Week, a podcast serving the white collar justice community. Summer 2020 for a limited ten-show run!

Friends In Deed Podcast

Friends In Deed

Friends In Deed (FID) is an interfaith organization that provides supportive services to our homeless and at risk neighbors to help them rebuild their lives. Each week, FID Executive Director, Rabbi Joshua Levine Grater, talks about our programs, interviews clients, has conversations with staff, community leaders and commentators around issues of poverty, homelessness, religious values, morals and much more! Learn more at, follow us on Instagram @friendsindeedpas, or visit us at

Nonprofit Investment Stewards

Bob DiMeo and Devon Francis

Bob DiMeo and Devon Francis of DiMeo Schneider & Associates are passionate about helping nonprofit organizations prosper. Whether you oversee endowment, foundation or retirement plan investments, this podcast exists to help stewards improve performance, reduce costs, and discover strategies that enable your charitable organization to prosper and advance its mission.

Aid, Evolved

Rowena Luk

What does it take to disrupt traditional ways of fighting poverty, delivering aid, and providing healthcare in Africa? Veteran digital health / healthtech entrepreneur Rowena Luk interviews social entrepreneurs, impact investors, and activists on how they went from an idea to demonstrating impact, raising funds, and creating sustainable social enterprises. For anyone looking for a better way to do good, explore the strategies and tools successful innovators are applying to make change that lasts.

SBP Podcast

State Bank of Pakistan

#SBP presents #SBPPodcast where you will find information on latest economic developments & initiatives, analysis and expert opinion from SBP & industry. Watch full episodes at

Surveyor Says! The NSPS Podcast


Surveyor Says! Featuring all things surveying.

Foster Carolinas

Least of These Carolinas

In every episode of Foster Carolina the Executive Director and co-founder of The Least of These Carolinas will share about real foster care issues. She has a heart for children and is a great advocate for their needs. Susanna and her husband, Sean, became involved in orphan ministry in 2009 when they became foster parents. They have fostered long term placements and have grown their family by adoption through foster care. Susanna has a desire to help the children of her community and help restore hope in in their broken lives.

At the Table with Hands & Voices

Janet DesGeorges

"At the Table with Hands & Voices" is a Podcast produced by Hands & Voices Inc. H&V is parent-driven organization that supports families with children who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing without a bias around communication modes or methodology. This series of interactive conversations covers topics of leadership, racism, the parent journey and more - from the perspective of parents of children who are Deaf/Hard of hearing, and the professionals who serve them.

Growing Places

Sioux Metro Growth Alliance

Hear about all things economic development in the Sioux Falls metro area with the team at Sioux Metro Growth Alliance

Shelter Success Simplified

Humane Network

Shelter Success Simplified is a podcast designed to help you run your animal welfare organization better. We interview experts in a concise format to give you the tools to save more animals while simplifying your work and setting up your organization for success in the long run. It’s short enough to listen while driving to work or when on a break.

Apostol Jhoan Zambrano

Apostol Jhoan Zambrano

En este podcast encontrarás enseñanzas e información práctica para edificar tu Fe y transformar tu vida. Support this podcast:

2 Cities Church Podcast

Jeff Struecker

Engaging, weekly Bible teaching from Pastor Jeff Struecker



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Adv. Jaspreet Channa

Jaspreet Singh

I am advocate and i will provide free legal advice for everyone

Ron Brown's Kingdom Sports Minute

Gordon Thiessen

Ron Brown is a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes Hall of Champions and a former Nebraska FCA Director. Ron is Director of Player Development for the University of Nebraska football team. He spent 24 seasons as an assistant coach at Nebraska while they won three national championships. He is the co-founder of Kingdom Sports. He talks about doing sports God's way in these radio shows.

Afghanistan 365

mohammed khawaja

Informative and educational podcast about Afghanistan.

Compassion In Action

Compassion Prison Project

Join CPP Founder Fritzi Horstman and guests as they discuss the objectives and approaches involved in bringing trauma awareness and compassionate healing to the forefront of public conversation.

On The Frontlines


Human trafficking is one of the greatest injustices in our world today. It’s the exploitation of vulnerable people for their bodies and labor. It’s modern-day slavery, and it’s generating billions of dollars each year. In this podcast, we will unpack the problem of human trafficking, share powerful stories from the frontlines, hear from thought leaders in the fight for freedom, and equip you to make a difference–right where you are. A21 is a global anti-human trafficking organization operating across 19 locations, in 14 countries. We are working to Reach, Rescue, and Restore lives—by reducing vulnerability, assisting victims, and empowering survivors. Our mission is to abolish slavery everywhere, forever. And with your help, we will.

The Perspectives Podcast

Perspectives Worldwide

Welcome to the Perspectives Podcast, the official podcast for Perspectives Worldwide, a 501c3 nonprofit. Our mission at Perspectives is to serve people, change perspectives, in unity. On this podcast, we host conversations with guest on the topics of missions, cultures, service, creativity, entrepreneurship, and philanthropy. We use these podcasts to bring on guests to share their journeys and how they've grown closer with the Lord through these topics, as well was provide an opportunity to listeners to grow in these areas. We hope you enjoy the podcast and thanks for listening!

Waste Not...And Feed The Need

Loaves & Fishes Family Kitchen

Hello, we will be having great conversations regarding topics on Food Waste, Food Insecurity, Food Recovery, the Hidden Hungry and our Unhoused Neighbors ... Please follow us as we embark on this journey together. Our Co-hosts are: Mauricio Cordova He has over 20 years of experience in operational leadership in the private sector prior to joining Loaves and Fishes in 2017. He is responsible for Loaves & Fishes meal programs, which includes the A La Carte Food recovery program that recovers and distributes over, 750K pounds of food to insecure populations in Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties every year. He has a BS in Business Administration from CSU East Bay and a Certificate in Non-Profit Organizational Management from UOP. In 2020, he received his Certification from the SWANA/CRRA as a Certified Practitioner in Zero Waste Principles and Practices. He is vice-chair of the Edible Food Recovery Technical council at CRRA. And David Hott With an educational background in Collaborative Health and Human Services from the University of California Monterey Bay, David brings extensive work experience in food recovery and corporate leadership. David serves as the Director of Operations at Loaves and Fishes in Silicon Valley, the home of the A La Carte Program. He holds a Board Position on the Northern California Recycling Association (NCRA) and is certified as a Practitioner in Zero Waste Principles and Practices from SWANA. A San Francisco Bay area native, David spends his free time as a wilderness guide in the backcountry of Yosemite.

Minimum Viable Podcast (MVP)

DEF Community

The Defense Entrepreneurs Forum (DEF) inspires, connects and empowers people in order to promote an innovative culture in the U.S. national security. The Minimum Viable Podcast (MVP) is our way of sharing about people, events, and activities going on across the virtuous insurgency. You should also follow us on social media and subscribe to our monthly newsletter to stay in the loop! You can learn more about the DEF community and get involved at

Making Savings Work for Women

Women's World Banking

Making Savings Work for Women is a knowledge-sharing and learning community created to drive savings for low-income women. Through this series, you’ll hear leaders of institutions who are part of Making Savings Work for Women, discuss work that they have been doing and the learnings that they’ve extracted along the way.

I So Appreciate You!

Saint Paul & Minnesota Foundation

I So Appreciate You! is an honest, raw, funny, and uniquely insightful account of two women sharing behind-the-scenes work conversations happening as events unfold that impact our communities. But this isn’t just office talk. From discussions laced with their love of food, travel and fashion to heartfelt conversations about leading as women of color, Nadege and Pahoua seek input from each other and their guests as they examine how the workplace can best respond to today’s challenges while exploring important questions that may not have easy answers. Together, their perspective covers myriad issues and opportunities faced by values-based organizations and leaders during this time. Join Nadege and Pahoua as they take on the questions and see why appreciation is at the core of their friendship.

The Hot Dish

One Country Project

On the One Country Project's The Hot Dish, former U.S. Senator Heidi Heitkamp serves up insight into issues affecting rural Americans.

Change Makers: A Podcast from APH

American Printing House

American Printing House has a big goal: a future that belongs to everyone. For more than 160 years APH has created products that provide access for people who are blind and visually impaired. To create a world that welcomes everyone, we know it's going to take a lot of change makers. Join us as we highlight the people who are making the biggest difference in our field. We'll talk to everyone from CEOs to students. Know someone we should highlight? Email

Engineering Greatness

American Concrete Institute

Hosted by the American Concrete Institute, each episode brings together pairs of young professionals in the concrete industry engaging for intimate conversations about their life and work. Get a glimpse into the field of civil engineering and construction management and what it takes to have a successful career in the concrete industry.

Crypto Altruism Podcast

Crypto Altruism

The Crypto Altruism Podcast explores the intersections of cryptocurrency, blockchain, and social impact, and covers inspiring use cases, new technological breakthroughs, and mission-driven projects hoping to change the world for the better. We host leaders in the space who are using cryptocurrency and blockchain for social impact and to make the world a better place. Join us every Monday to learn about all the good, and potential for good, that crypto and blockchain can do! For more content exploring the intersections of cryptocurrency and blockchain, including blog posts, infographics, and resources, check out

Bumps in the Road

Crystal Cook Marshall, Amelia Bandy, Atlas Charles

On the EDGE Bumps in the Road Podcast we discuss and review the economic, nonprofit, research, and bumps in the road of the rural. We also do in-depth interviews of people rockin' it here in the Appalachian region and beyond. All proceeds from advertising on Bumps in the Road go to benefit the nonprofit EDGE. EDGE's projects focus on Southern West Virginia/Southwest Virginia and include Mountain Farm Community Grocery, the EDGE farm training site, and the THRIVE ag and workforce training programs.

Amplify Peace: Creating a Better Story Together

Amplify Peace

Amplify Peace is a global movement promoting the principles of peacemaking to create change in our world through training, resources and transformational immersive encounters locally and globally. It starts with one. It starts with me. How do we listen to the voices and stories of those we haven’t heard? How do we posture ourselves to learn another narrative or perspective? And, how do we then live differently? Living as peacemakers is a lifestyle not a quick fix. One person multiplies into a group, a community, a movement and grassroots change and transformation begins to happen. We believe that women are at the forefront of this collective transformation of peacemaking. Together we can create a better world, a better story. Let’s begin listening now.

Owl Talk - A Sigma Pi Podcast

Sigma Pi Fraternity

On this podcast for Sigma Pi, we’ll be showcasing the history of the Fraternity, interviewing notable alumni, and getting a true sense of what “brotherhood” really means from the eyes of Sigma Pi members.

The Carbon Almanac Collective

Carbon Almanac Network

What happens when regular people work together to create massive, meaningful change on a global scale? Welcome to the carbon Almanac collective. A podcast where the volunteers who created the Carbon Almanac share the insights and aha moments they had while collaborating on this landmark project to help fight the climate crisis. Hosted by Jennifer Myers Chua, and featuring the voices of Carbon Almanac Contributors. Reminding you that it's not too late to join in on the conversation.

Know More. Raise More.

Insightful Philanthropy

The podcast for fundraising professionals where we share first-hand stories from donors and gift officers who have real relationships, working together to change the world for good.

FMBA Nation

FMBA Nation

Podcast by New Jersey State Firefighters Mutual Benevolent Association

Forgotten America

Cardinal Institute for West Virginia Policy

Welcome to Forgotten America, a podcast about the many places that get flown over, driven past, or completely forgotten and the people who call these places home. In each episode, we’ll diagnose the unique challenges faced by rural America and unpack and explore the solutions to those challenges. We’ll also share the culture, stories, and perspectives of Forgotten Americans from the hilltop to the holler and the desert to the delta.

The CityVoice Podcast

Association of Washington Cities

The CityVoice podcast is a great way to boost your Washington State city IQ during your commute, while you get ready in the morning, or on your walk around the block. Find the CityVoice podcast on our website or wherever you listen to podcasts.

Joseph Barlow's Podcast

Joseph Barlow

Before anything else, Joe Barlow is a father. This is something he knows how to do very well. (Having helped raise 7 children along with his beautiful wife Nancy) Every week Joe teaches on what it takes to raise a family that loves each other and how to develop a loving healthy marriage that lasts despite the challenges of raising a ton of kids. To know more about Pastor Joe Barlow and his music and ministry, visit Support this podcast:

Evidence First


Policymakers talk about solutions, but which ones really work? Join Therese Leung as she talks with MDRC researchers about the best evidence available on education and social programs that serve low-income peop

Together, We Shall

Ainsley's Angels

The Together, We Shall Podcast is hosted by Kim ‘Rooster’ Rossiter, President and Co-Founder of Ainsley’s Angels of America, and Joe Orth, Executive Vice President of Ainsley’s Angels. This inclusive podcast takes you into a world of tangents and thoroughfares, focusing on a conversation to be determined. Highlighting current events, insightful antidotes and life lessons with banter, sit back and listen to a little bit of humor and a few emotional deep dives during each episode. Let’s roll!If you would like to join us on the podcast, place to share/tell stories and connect, or nominate someone to join us on the podcast, email us at If you have any questions, ideas, or comments, email us or use the comment section of this episode!

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.

The Ranchers' Voice

Montana Stockgrowers Association

The Ranchers' Voice presented by Montana Stockgrowers Association (MSGA) is a place for conversations surrounding policy, the upcoming 2021 Montana Legislature, and issues that matter most to ranching families in Montana. From the Capitol to the countryside, we'll be the connection point between local ranchers and legislative decision makers, cattle producers and general consumers, and between all cattle ranchers across Montana. To learn more about MSGA, visit our website at or follow us on Facebook at Montana Stockgrowers Association.

Our Community, Our Mission

TRM Ministries

Weekly updates and conversations from Topeka Rescue Mission Ministries!

The Farmlink Podcast

The Farmlink Project

The Farmlink Podcast tells the story of one of the world's fastest-growing nonprofit startups, The Farmlink Project, and brings in outside guests to discuss the pursuit of impactful work that helps make the world a better place. Website:

Preparing Foster Youth for Adulting

Aging Out Institute

This is a podcast series to explore the resources and strategies that are effective in helping foster youth prepare for aging out of the system and transitioning into adulthood.

Your Nonprofit Life

Laura Zielke: Nonprofit Leadership Advocate

How did you come to work in the nonprofit sector? What was a big challenge you overcame? If you knew then what you know now, what would you tell your less-experienced self? These are just a few of the questions that Laura Zielke, Director of Member Experience for the Nonprofit Leadership Lab, will ask leaders from across the nonprofit sector. Each episode is designed to help you feel less alone in your work and inspire you to take your nonprofit from messy to thriving without burning out in the process.

Devine Intervention 24/7

Yahu'el Yisra'el

Devine Intervention is a platform where I talk about everyday life. Including but not limited to religion, crime, racism, hate, love and so many others. This is not a bias podcast, I only seek to speak the truth, and spread love, wisdom and understanding to all people. Negativity begets more negativity. I only want to spread positivity through knowledge of life. Thank you, truly, Yahu'el Yisra'el Support this podcast:

reFRAMED Podcast Presented by the Gladney Center for Adoption

Gladney Center for Adoption

The reFRAMED podcast is created to educate, encourage, and inspire parents and professionals that have a love for children and want to meet their needs. Each episode has a special guest that is an expert in their field. We have real conversations about how we reframe our parenting skills, expectations, and practices from traditional parenting into mindful parenting.

Fair Fight Initiative

Fair Fight Initiative

Through litigation and community advocacy, Fair Fight Initiative exposes mistreatment in the law enforcement system and works to end mass incarceration.FFI fights on behalf of individuals and families who cannot afford effective representation. Through litigation, we accept individual cases that exemplify patterns of abusive practices. In addition, we work with families and communities most impacted by criminal justice systems in the Deep South to seek fundamental reforms that defund law enforcement and end mass incarceration. Some of our current cases include:•Class action litigation against the jail in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, one of the deadliest in the United States. The case seeks the immediate release of medically vulnerable detainees who face disproportionate risk if they were to contract COVID-19. The jail has a history of unsanitary conditions and providing a deadly lack of medical care, and this is the latest in a series of lawsuits we’ve filed holding the city and sheriff accountable. We are working in partnership with national public interest legal organizations and an international law firm. Although the court refused our request for immediate relief, we continue litigating in federal court and working with the community to get people released on bond and shine a spotlight on the dangerous conditions made worse by COVID-19.•Advocacy in Baton Rouge with community groups to shut the Baton Rouge jail down and reform the state's criminal justice system. In addition to legal staff in our home office in Savannah, we have two people on the ground in Baton Rouge. Linda Franks, the mother of Lamar Johnson, a young man who died as the result of violence and neglect in the jail in 2015, leads our work in Baton Rouge. After the death of her son, Linda founded a local coalition that is working to close the jail and reform the criminal justice system. Stacci Tobin, a formerly incarcerated person, works with Linda and is a member of the local coalition. •We brought a lawsuit on behalf of Oriel Selver, the victim of an attempted sexual assault by a south Georgia prosecutor in a reckless and criminal abuse of power. Oriel's case is part of our larger effort to bring accountability to prosecutors in south Georgia, the home of the same group of prosecutors who for months refused to charge the killers of Ahmaud Arbery. Lawyers for the prosecutor who attempted to sexually assault Oriel are claiming absolute immunity from the civil suit, essentially claiming he can do whatever he wants to women with no accountability.•We are litigating the criminal defense of Bobby Tyson, a young Black man charged with obstruction of justice after a minor traffic accident with undercover, plainclothes police officers with the Savannah, Georgia police department known as the Counter Narcotics Team ("CNT"). Since the arrest, Bobby has been stopped four more times by police for minor traffic infractions and searched by the same police department. There is little doubt that the first unlawful arrest putting Bobby into the system led to his being targeted by the city’s police department, which has a history of racism and mistreatment of Black men. This case will be used to shine a light on their racially unjust policing practices and seek to defund CNT.Fair Fight Initiative is a non-profit advocacy organization that is not affiliated with Fair Fight Action (the political action committee founded by Stacey Abrams).

The New York Cares Podcast

New York Cares

Mobilizing caring New Yorkers in volunteer service, since 1987 🍎. Join us as we learn what it takes to create a more equitable New York City, and visit us online at

WE GOT US NOW podcast

We Got Us Now

WE GOT US NOW podcast shines a spotlight on the invisible population of 10 million children and young adults in the US impacted by parental incarceration. WE endure the collateral consequences of mass incarceration in the US. Our Stories are often unknown and untold. Our Traumas are misdiagnosed and overlooked. Our Futures are often misrepresented and our experiences are unheard. WE will NO longer be silenced by our pain. These are OUR STORIES! To learn more, go to

Herd it Here with Nebraska Cattlemen

Nebraska Cattlemen

Talking all topics for the Beef Industry

All Sisters Halaqah Assn - ASHA / Women's Islamic Education

All Sisters Halaqa Association

All Sisters Halaqa Association, known as ASHA, is a Program of Womens Health First, a US-based Nonprofit Sector, dedicated to supporting humanity by improving women’s health through Education, Advocacy, and Empowerment/access to clean water in Africa ASHA is committed to supporting & equipping women with basic Islamic Knowledge. This Podcast will provide reliable information and tips for a Muslim Woman to perform her religious duties properly, based on Quran and Sunnah. Host: Nahila Ayeva, BS, MA CHES, Umm Hafiz, Lecturer Islamic Approaches to Public Health Practice Support this podcast:

Breaking Barriers: Women Changemakers in Financial Inclusion

Women's World Banking

Breaking Barriers: Women Changemakers in Financial Inclusion is a podcast series about trailblazing women leaders who are driving change to ensure that women worldwide have access to and usage of financial products and services. It's brought to you by Women's World Banking, an organization that aims to empower low-income women around the world through financial inclusion.

Inside Morehouse

Morehouse College

Get an insider's perspective on all things related to Morehouse College and higher education including updates and news as well as interviews with leaders, students, alumni, partners, and interesting luminaries. This is the unplugged yet plugged in audio extension of the news, features, and events blog "Inside Morehouse" located at

To Build a Bridge

Bridge Alliance

Bridge Alliance is an organization dedicated to providing resources to non profits involved in democracy reform, otherwise known as the Healthy Self Governance Movement. Join us as our Deputy Chief of Staff, Shakira Mills, sits down with various member organizations and field experts on various topics guaranteed to enhance the work you do as a leader.

Association Transformation

Brewer Pratt Solutions & Elevated LLC

Welcome to Association Transformation, a transatlantic conversation advancing the impact and evolution of non-profit organizations. We're always seeking diversity of thought and new examples of innovation in action. That and a commitment to mission driven organizations spurred this collaboration between the teams at Brewer Pratt Solutions and Elevated. Together with our special guests, each episode we take a deep dive into the issues, topics, challenges and opportunities facing the association community. Between us we’ve been there, done it, got the t-shirt: membership, mergers, boards and leadership, advocacy, and education - nothing is off limits. Any subject that effects non-profits, their survival or their success is up for discussion.

Polimoda Podcast


This is the Polimoda Podcast. Discover conversations with some of the biggest fashion figures in the industry. Best Jobs in the World is a behind-the-scenes look at some of the most notable professions in fashion and Polimoda Duets features the voices and stories of leading creatives. Polimoda is a Florentine fashion school founded in 1986.

Go Big To Give Big

The REInvestors

Welcome to the Go Big To Give Big Podcast….where we are challenging *six figure* earners to become *seven figure* givers! Join your hosts, Randy Molland and Steve Arneson as they interview successful entrepreneurs, professional athletes, philanthropists, and other high performing humans that will inspire you with their stories. They get deep into uncovering how they have become successful and why generosity is an impact they want to leave on this world. Our mission is to have you leave this podcast wanting to go bigger with your dreams and goals, so you can give bigger with your profits.

I Dare You - A Podcast by United Against Human Trafficking

United Against Human Trafficking

If you want to make lasting change in the fight against human trafficking… this is the podcast for you.

The Collective Tap: Conversations About Water

The White River Alliance

THE COLLECTIVE TAP is a podcast about water and the many ways we interact with this critical resource every day. Some of those uses are obvious: washing dishes, swimming, or watering plants. Others are less obvious: generating energy, building roads, and manufacturing goods that travel far from the water’s source to reach their destination. But even given those many uses—and the many more users who expect clean water on demand—it’s easy to take for granted how critical this one resource is to life. What, exactly, is the value of water? We try to answer this question through a series of engaging conversations with experts in their fields, and, hopefully, inspire a new appreciation of the waters you call home. THE COLLECTIVE TAP is a project of the White River Alliance, a 501(c)(3)organization located in Indianapolis, Indiana. We are an alliance of diverse interests and organizations that work together to steward the River and its watershed. It is made possible with generous funding from the Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust. Produced in partnership with Absorb., a boutique music and media label.

Basement Philanthropy

Grant Collins

For too long, philanthropy has been for the rich and the retired. Not anymore. You can be a micro-philanthropist right now and use the money in your pocket to create good in your sphere of influence. Join me, Grant Collins, in my basement as we start the movement of micro-philanthropy together. New episodes every Tuesday.

Accidental Fundraiser™

Network for Good

Accidental Fundraiser, an original show from Network for Good, is written to you - the nonprofit leader, the Chief Everything Officer– answering the often unspoken questions rattling around in your mind. Letting you know that no matter what’s ahead, you’re not alone. Host and fundraising expert Kimberly O’Donnell empowers you with a “yes, I can” mentality ready for anything – including your next big fundraiser.

Paranormally Speaking with Neal Parks

Paranormally Speaking

A deep insight from Award Winning Author, Neal Parks, founder of Parks Paranormal Research. Topics include the paranormal, cryptozoology, UFO’s, shadow-beings, angels and demons, God and the universe, time travel, parallel dimensions, doppelgängers, men in black, illuminati, government corruption, social issues, activism, multiverse theory, literature, art, humanity and death. Cover art photo provided by Tom Barrett on Unsplash:

Look Over My Shoulder

SFC Unibadan

Look Over My Shoulder (LOMS Podcast)

Behind the Warrior

EOD Warrior Foundation - Maria Schabla

Behind the Warrior Podcast is hosted by the EOD Warrior Foundation. This podcast is focused on a variety of relatable subjects impacting EOD (Explosive Ordnance Disposal) Warriors, their Families and military families at large. Topics such as TBI, PTSD, health, wellness and much more. We share personal stories, resources and interview experts and organizations that shed light on difficult subjects and we have a little fun too! The various opinions, beliefs, and viewpoints expressed by guests, contributors, and participants of the Behind the Warrior podcast are their own and are intended for informational purposes only. They do not necessarily reflect the opinions, beliefs, view points, or policies of the EOD Warrior Foundation or its employees and volunteers. To learn more about the EOD Warrior Foundation, please go to

The Practice of Nonprofit Leadership

Tim Barnes and Nathan Ruby

The Practice of Nonprofit Leadership was designed for Executive Directors of small to medium sized nonprofits.  If you are currently an Executive Director or hope to be one someday this is your spot.  Leading an organization can be one of the most fun, exhilarating, rewarding, scary, thankless jobs in the universe.  Using a mixture of encouragement, information, stories, and practical tools, hosts Tim Barnes and Nathan Ruby will use their years of nonprofit leadership experience to make your journey a little easier,  more fun, and ultimately help you be more effective in leading your organization. 

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!

Center for Auto Safety Podcast

Center for Auto Safety

A discussion on auto safety issues and technological developments, in hopes of providing consumers and enthusiasts with a better understanding of modern vehicles, safety systems, and current issues in the auto industry.

Freedom in Christ

Freedom in Christ

A podcast of teaching material produced by Freedom in Christ Ministries. Our courses are an important resource to help people to live in the freedom that God intends for us, and we hope these audio versions are a blessing to you. Course handbooks and video resources are available at

RJEC Project Red Cord Chronicles

Renee Jones Empowerment Center

Project Red Cord Chronicles is a Podcast dedicated to raise awareness of human trafficking, while sharing the journey of our trauma informed programs and services. We are using it to bring hope, empowerment, and restoration to those whose lives have been ravaged by this crime. This podcast will shine a light on how innovative programs and unique outreach efforts are being used to empower everyday people to create a safe community. Overcoming hopeless situations IS possible. Listeners: Be ready to learn, shed a tear, laugh, be challenged & motivated by to take action, all while you increase your belief in the amazing power of hope.

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.

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.

The Productive Executive Director Podcast

Rachel Bearbower

A podcast for Executive Directors and nonprofit leaders who are ready to take their organization to the next level. Learn how to plan, optimize your workflow and keep moving your mission forward. Get more done by simplifying, systematizing and saying goodbye to overwhelm. Brought to you by Small Shop Strategies Be the ED you know you can be, I’ll show you how!

IMPACTability: The Nonprofit Leaders' Podcast

Sheryl Soukup

This show explores the landscape of the nonprofit organization and offers incredible insight from nonprofit experts. Get advice on how to solve the problems plaguing your nonprofit with your host Joe Turner of Soukup Strategic Solutions, a full-service nonprofit consulting company helping nonprofits across the country. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Chartable -

Carolina Recycling Podcast

Carolina Recycling Association

Advancing waste reduction and recycling in the Carolinas since 1989.

Hope Center Indy Podcast

josh bach

Welcome to the Hope Center Indy Podcast! Hope Center Indy is a residential care program for women overcoming sex trafficking, sexual exploitation, and addictions located in Indianapolis, Indiana. It seems as if every day brings us a story to share of how the Holy Spirit is working in the lives of the residents, staff, volunteers, and guests that visit our campus. With so many stories and our great desire to Glorify His Kingdom, we decided to create a podcast to help share these stories. Thank you for joining us on this journey. For more information, please visit

Going Direct with CAL FIRE Local 2881


News and discussions covering topics that are important to CAL FIRE Local 2881 firefighters and their families. Hosted by President Tim Edwards and Communications Officer DeeDee Garcia.

Inside Social Innovation

Stanford Social Innovation Review

Social entrepreneurs and leaders from business, government, philanthropy, and the nonprofit sector discuss how they are confronting today’s most pressing challenges. From Stanford Social Innovation Review