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How many times have we heard ourselves, our friends, or our kids' grandparents complain that children have too many things and don't appreciate any of it? We all enjoy doing things for children - buying them something special, taking them on a fun outing, throwing a great birthday party. But at the same time, many of us fear that without some balance, most children will grow up thinking only of themselves. This observation is what led Carol Weisman, MSW, CSP, MOM, to write "Raising Charitable Children." In this book, Weisman shares real-life stories collected from allover the world of how parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, teachers, scout leaders, friends, next door neighbors, and her own family have either initiated or supported ways to teach children how to give back to those in need. But she doesn't stop there. After each of the stories, Weisman offers specific steps to help anyone translate these ideas into action. In this way, she turns what might have been just a lot of wonderful stories into a set of practical maps or models anyone can use to start making a difference now.
Carol is president of Board Builders, is an internationally known speaker, author, trainer and consultant. Carol won a Telly Award for her PBS special "Building a Board with a Passion for Mission." She is still trying to figure out how to mount her award on her car. Carol works closely with The Chronicle of Philanthropy doing a blog on fundraising, webinars and an advice column. When not speaking, writing and traveling, she works out with a group of plus-sized runners called "The Chaffing Dishes."
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#TChat Radio is all new on Tuesday, April 23, 2013, at 7:30 pm ET (4:30 pm PT).
In the U.S. there are over 1.5 million nonprofit organizations that compete for charitable dollars. The fact is it's become more difficult today to attract donations in our social media-savvy society, despite spending over $7.6 billion annually on marketing.
What to do? Well, according to the 2012 Nonprofit Social Networking Report, nonprofits find great value in their fast-growing social networks. This makes sense since many of us utilize social networks to communicate and collaborate in a variety of personal and professional ways, including aligning with companies' corporate social responsibility initiatives. We live in a society today where social giving, impact investing and paying it forward are indicative of a different way of thinking about philanthropy, and there are new services and platforms that allow nonprofits, consumers and small businesses to benefit greatly in their giving. This week’s #TChat Radio and Twitter #TChat will discuss what it means to put social giving in this new nonprofit world of work. #TChat co-creators and hosts, Meghan M. Biro and Kevin W. Grossman welcome this week's guests Marion Mariathasan, CEO of SoRewarding.com, a cause-focused social network that integrates giving into your daily activities, and Jure Klepic, a prolific speaker, writer, marketing and social media innovator who specializes in marketing strategy and social media innovation for consumer business.
This will be a great "world of work" show, so we hope to see you here!
Join Charmaine Lee for Giving Power a Voice - an ongoing discussion on taking your power back.
Whether a bad relationship, abuse or a great childhood and you aren't getting what you want Charmaine will talk about these subject.
Call in with your topic or questions.
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He lectures around the world but now is here for you. From the latest in charity news, technology, fundraising and social networking, Ted Hart and his guests help you maneuver to greater levels of efficiency and fundraising success. ON THIS SHOW learn the latest from the 2014 Charitable Giving Report PAGE 2 GUEST EXPERT: Robert (Rob) D. Mitchell III has invested his 32+ year career in the non-profit world as a fundraising practitioner, nonprofit executive, consultant, and now leading two businesses that provide products and services to charities and churches. Mr. Mitchell is currently CEO of Atlas of Giving, LLC and Philanthromax LLC. Philanthromax uses proven techniques from American business to create more financial fuel and greater efficiencies for nonprofits. Atlas of Giving LLC is pioneering a major innovation for nonprofits. The Atlas of Giving™ measures, analyzes, and forecasts US giving monthly by sector, by source, and by state.
Detrick DeBurr, Founder, Game Time Giving, Inc.
Game Time Giving, Inc. runs a platform that allows nonprofit organizations to raise money at sporting events by creating a giving competition between the fans at the event.
Detrick DeBurr is Co-Founder of Game Time Giving, Inc. Prior, he was Founder/CEO of Digital Rhythm Inc., an information technology services provider based in Dallas, Texas, USA. Detrick has served in various software development roles over his career. He is the author of Building Gamified Websites and Deal Us In! How Black America Can Play and Win In the Digital Economy. In 2005 Black Engineer Magazine named him a Modern Day Technology Leader.
In this episode I'll discuss how giving money to charitable causes helps us stay financially healthy. It's a great paradox that the more generous we are, the richer we become both in spirit AND in our bank accounts. I'll talk about the benefits of giving, the barriers to giving, how to get started on your journey to becoming a generous giver. Email me questions you have on tithing, giving, and charities before or during the show! Christine@ChristineLuken.com
Join host Larry Bruce for a conversation about Principles of Giving... Luke 6:38, "Give and it shall be given good measure, pressed down, shaken together, and runninging over will men give to your bossom..." As believers it's important to develop a lifestyle of giving based on the character of the Lord. He gave all, we ought to also. God so loved us that He gave Christ! It's not about money alone, it's everything, because whatever a man sows that he will also reap! What are you giving? Tune into this conversation that will encourage and strengthen you in your faith walk with God.
Connect with Larry Bruce on Facebook fb.com/larrybruce & Twitter @larrybruce1979. Connect with Charlana on Facebook & Twitter fb.com/charlanakelly or @charlanakelly. If you are close to Kennard TX join us at the Fellowship at Larry Bruce Gardens for Bible Study and brunch; starts at 11am.
Let's Talk with Larry Bruce is sponsored by The Fellowship at Larry Bruce Gardens. Broadcast locally on KIVY 1290 AM / 92.7 FM covering East Texas and internationally on Voices of Truth Radio Network, a SpeakTruth Media Production (c) 2015
March 26, 2015 - LIVING A RICHER LIFE ~ Life Changing Talk Radio
THEME: Strategies for Successfully Resolving Conflicts in Your Life: Giving and Winning
INTERVIEW GUEST: Loretta Love Huff
Loretta Love Huff is the President of Emerald Harvest Consulting. She is a Business Coach, Business Consultant, Trainer and Speaker. She specializes in effective business communications in the areas of leadership & management and marketing & sales. Her experience includes decades of Human Resources leadership positions in Corporate America as well as over a decade of entrepreneurship as a business consultant. Loretta has a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from the University of Chicago. She is the author of four books, including her book titled, 6 Keys for Dissolving Disputes: When 'Off with Their Heads!' Won't Work.
THIS WEEK’S MESSAGE:
Conflict is a normal part of any healthy relationship. After all, two people can’t be expected to agree on everything, all the time. Learning how to deal with conflict, rather than avoiding it, is crucial. When conflict is mismanaged, it can cause great harm to a relationship, but when handled in a respectful, positive way, conflict provides an opportunity to strengthen the bond between two people. By learning these skills for conflict resolution, you can keep your personal and professional relationships strong and growing. How can you best resolve major conflicts in your life?
Normal human response to adverse circumstances is to resist them, no matter their cause. Indeed, those who fight and overcome adversity usually garner much praise.
However, not all fights are ones a man can win and, in many cases, they are not even ones in which he should contest. In truth, it is not even always about "letting the Lord fight my battles." Sometimes, and more often than not, it is about offering up what matters not so that things of value might be unharmed, or even strengthened.
Those beautiful flowers you see at a wedding or fancy event cost tons of money. At the end of the night those elaborate displays usually go straight in the trash, unless some enterprising partygoer takes them home. That's where ReBloom steps in.
Rebloom recycles the floral arrangements after big events, so they end up at your wedding the next day for cheap, or on your dining room table or on your desk at the office.instead of disappearing after a single night.
On this episode of Smart Companies Radio you'll meet CEO and founder Jennifer Soffen who will share with guest host Mary McKenna how she developed the business that combined cheaper flowers with giving to charity and recycling.
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