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Join Host LB Dutchess & Guest Host Miss Kirkland as they chat Charities! Enjoy interviews from some of the areas latest charity events & tips from Miss Kirkland! Click to follow & Like us @ Socially Savvy Lb Dutchess LB Dutchess & check out local events @ Socially Savvy Eastside Events & Entertainment & our Blog http://lbdutchess.blogspot.com/ Guests & interviews include:Delia Lubanovici , Dick Stephens, John Curley, Ian MacNeil , Greg Lill, Stacy Lill On air tasting provided by Chateau St. Jean Don't forget to vote 4 us 4 Best of Western Washington Local Podcast ~ http://ctvr.us/socially0
This installment of The Forbidden Fruit will look into the effectiveness of these medical charities that raise money for research on such diseases like breast cancer, ALS, and MS just to name a few. The big thing that is sweeping the net is the Ice Bucket Challenge. What is that really about? Can't you donate money without taking an ice bath? The real question is, once you donate your hard earned money to these causes, how much of it goes to the actual research? Does the real benefit go to the makers of ice and pink stuff? What do you think? What is fact or spin?
The second half of the show, after we moved away from the original topic gets crazy, when Johnna and Jenn call into the show. We have too much fun on this show. It was just a free for all! You have to listen to see what happens next! ROTFLMAO!
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I have my favorite charities. Do you have yours? Do you know where the money goes--the money that you donate, because you want to make a difference with your favorite cause(s)?
What I recently discovered about some of the most popular charities is SHOCKING and DISTURBING. This show will bring to your attention what you should know BEFORE you make your next contribution. It is an eye opener It just may confirm that your money is going where you expected it to, or perhaps it is going to the people running the charity, and NOT the people who desperately NEED charity. Listen, learn and decide to donate where it will do the most good.
Nathalie Sloane is the Development Director for The Multiple Sclerosis Foundation and is here today to speak on the importance of businesses partnering with charities. Nathalie is a loving and devoted mother to her children and very dedicated employee serving the mission of the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation and to continually create awareness. She is also a passionate volunteer. Join with us to hear about all of these endeavors and how businesses can benefit from partnering with charities. -- Find today’s guest @: http://msfocus.org - & - you can find the hosts @: http://Brummet.ca
This week, Nashville Underground Radio gets philanthropic and features THREE great charities! First, the Craig Campbell Celebrity Cornhole Challenge was this Wednesday benefitting the TJ Martell Foundation. The guys have interviews with Craig, Parmalee and more from the event! Then, coming up this Friday is See The Music with local singer/songwriter Madeleine Slate! This week we'll feature Madeleine's music and talk about her struggle with partial deafness. And finally, more on the Nashville Pride guitar going to benefit Nashville CARES!
About See the Music: Friday, June 13th, there will be a full band concert (with ASL interpreting and captioning) featuring Austin Jenkes, Daniel Tashian, Adam James, Elise Hayes, Rick Brantley, and Madeleine, with a silent auction and a 50/50 drawing! The event is only $5 at 7pm at The High Watt in Nashville!
About the T.J. Martell Foundation: Founded in 1975 by music industry executive Tony Martell in memory of his son T.J., a young victim of leukemia, the T.J. Martell Foundation is the music industry’s largest foundation that funds innovative medical research focused on finding cures of leukemia, cancer & AIDS. Over the past thirty-eight years, over $250 million has been provided to support creative early-stage research projects at twelve research hospitals across the country. These projects are aimed at developing more effective clinical treatments for patients, which otherwise might not be funded.
Welcome back to WHR You Decide!
We are honored and pleased to announce our next special guest host, Peter Kent, stuntman and acting double for Arnold Schwarzenegger!
Peter will join us to discuss charities for children, who he feels are necessary and vital to the protection and support of children and their families. Charities that help children are at the top of my list when it comes to donations. There's nothing more compelling than a sick, injured, or under-educated child in need.
We look forward to you joining us for an exciting interview with Peter Kent!
Our second show today features charities with distinct Christmas themes or we commonly think of at Christmas. They include some small local ones, as well as big organizations. Many are helping children and some help Veterans. There's something for everyone to be involved in. Join me as we Restore Joy this Christmas!
We'll also get our daily visit from Obama Claus, helping us countdown the days until Christmas.
We'll play some good Christmas music in there as well.
Here's a list of the charities we'll feature today:
Brattleboro Christmas Stocking (Brattleboro, Vermont)
Toys For Tots
The Red Cross
Wreaths Across America
Trees For Troops
Operation Christmas Child
Project Angel Tree
and The Salvation Army.
Visit these organizations in your local area or online to make a donation and help make someone's Christmas a little better this year!
Steve Delfin is President and Chief Executive Officer of America’s Charities. He was a long-time volunteer member of the America’s Charities board and was the organization’s chairman. Delfin joined the organization after serving as Executive Director of the National Credit Union Foundation (NCUF) where he was responsible for providing leadership and strategy for America’s credit unions and their related foundations, philanthropic, and social responsibility initiatives.
He has 30 years of experience working in and with major national and international not-for-profit organizations and socially-responsible international corporations, including a long history of engagement with and leadership around workplace giving and employee volunteerism programs.
It was while at Booz Allen and while serving on the America’s Charities board that Delfin worked with America’s Charities leadership and a Booz Allen technology team to conceive and create the first iteration of PledgeFirst, now the standard among national charitable federations for workplace giving.
A highly respected leader in the both the not-for-profit and business communities, Delfin has delivered hundreds of speeches, seminars and workshops on a range of topics. In addition to his long volunteer service with America’s Charities, Delfin has also recently served as volunteer chairman of the board of trustees of the ePhilanthropy Foundation, as a board member of the National Cooperative Development Foundation, and continues as an uncompensated member of the advisory board of cMarket, a leading internet fundraising firm.
Delfin is a native Washingtonian and the son of a government executive. He holds a B.S. degree in journalism from the University of Maryland.
Join us this Tuesday November 25, 2014 at 7:00 pm EST USA for a very special show on the Endocannabinoid System!
Yes there is a Cure for disease! What?? yes you heard right! The cure is cannabinoids... This resin or oil from the plants of medicinal marijuana has been proven by much research to reverse nearly every disease! Our government and many of these well-known charities do know that this does cure disease, but why are they not telling you?? Because they make too much money from you with their pretty bracelets and t-shirts!
The endocannabinoid system should be administered to every person who has disease. Everyone should have a real fighting chance to beat their disease, not just empty promises!
we will have a special guest for this week!
Call Miss Raina: 310-861-2341
Join World Paranormal Investigations as we talk to staff of some of the most haunted locations in America. Call in and discuss some of your personal experiences at these locations and other haunted locations visited or investigated. We encourage both believers and skeptics to call in and share their views, because the field of paranormal investigating is an ongoing learning experience for everyone involved. We will also be adding a variety to the show including open discussions about paranormal occurrences around the world, movie reviews, and reaching out to charities to help spread the word. So Tomb In, sit back and enjoy the ride!
Patrick Gaston is President of the Western Union Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the Western Union Company. In this position, he is responsible for the development of a global Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Philanthropic strategy with impact throughout the globe. Since its inception in 2001, the Foundation has committed more than $86.9 million in grants and other giving to more than 2,627 nongovernmental organizations in more than 130 countries and territories, through a variety of grantmaking programs including:
Business Partner Engagements, enabling Western Union employees, Agents and others to pool funds for greater social and economic impact
Education, Entrepreneurship, Financial Literacy and Economic development
Corporate/Community Employee Engagement
Before joining the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund, Patrick Gaston was President of the Verizon Foundation, one of the 15 largest corporate foundations in America, overseeing an annual budget of $75 million and a corpus of approximately $600 million. He was responsible for philanthropic strategy, grant making and initiatives in the foundation's areas of education and literacy, family safety and health and employee volunteerism.
Patrick also serves on a number of national non-profit boards including the NAACP Board of Trustees, Intersections International, America's Charities, and The World Institute on Disability's Center on Economic Growth.
Patrick was raised in Haiti, Montreal, Canada and Boston, Massachusetts. He holds a B.A. in management from the University of Massachusetts and an M.B.A. from Northeastern University. Additionally, he earned an International Certificate in Business from Ecole Superieure de Commerce in Reims, France.
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