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  • 00:30

    Let get a profit going out of our non profit

    in Entertainment

    We have a new non profit on the scene called Scregg and their owner Mr. James Hemphill will be letting us know what we should getting to know him and his non profit company. I am really excited it's going down on the twright show so just tune in tomorrown night at 6:30 pm EST/ 12:30 pm PST call in to this number (213) 943-3449                   

  • 00:31

    Creating a Wake – Why Non-profit Princeton National Rowing Assn. Wins

    in Business

    From a wooded swamp to the hub of American competitive rowing, the Princeton National Rowing Association has made its Mercer Lake in central New Jersey the site of national competitions and Olympic training.  Host Bart Jackson invites PNRA Executive Director Kris Grudt to trace the path of his non-profit’s success.  Additionally, Bart and Kris will discuss the value of this nation’s oldest sport in building leadership, teamwork, and all around more confident individuals.  So stick your oar in the water and learn how the best-organized non-profits are doing it, and just what this exciting sport is all about.


     

  • 00:22

    Guest: Hideko Nagashima, American national residing in Japan Founded Non-profit

    in Education

    Hideko (Eko) Nagashima, a Japanese origin, an American citizen. founded Non-profit organization, SWACIN Inc. in Japan and U.S. after she met a life-threatening domestic violence by her ex-fiance and the poor people in Niger Delta, Nigeria saved her life.  Her daughter still awaits her in the midst of Niger Delta, Nigeria where the worst case of environmental pollution, poverty, corruption, and violence are practiced in Africa. Niger Delta is the very place Government of Japan prohibits its citizens to enter. In her mind, though, there was no choice, she had to go to Niger Delta even if that means to lose the Japanese citizenship, and decided to choose an American citizenship...


    Misa Kojima...Host of the Show: 


    Global Eco Talk Show is brought by SWACIN Inc.  Our radio shows are designed to convey difficult-to-understand problems in Nigeria such as witch-craft, corruption, lack of safety and the worst petroleum pollution in Africa to the International community in an aesthetic form so that people around the world can join solving the problems.  


    Stay tuned!


    Photos illustrate the meeting in Texas, U.S.A. with board members, Sam Itauma and Liysa Swart in early November 2015

  • 02:00

    Black Greek Organizations

    in Culture

    Why were Black Greek Organizations created? Should caucasians be allowed to join? What are the pros and cons and even misconceptions of being "Greek?" Why are there so many different groups? Do blacks help to perpetutate classism within these organizations? Who created the stereotype that are associated with these organizations? What is the purpose and how can they help change the condition of Black people? 


    Join us today as we discuss this topic and address some of these questions.


     

  • 00:40

    the 501c3 'non-profit' organizations-aka churches running by IRS business rules!

    in Lifestyle

    gone to church lately ? gone to a 'mega church' lately ? 


    smoke and mirrors, rock band sounds, electric guitars, drum sets, smoke machines,   sometimes 30 minutes of contemporary songs before an inkling of a 'sermon' appears ...


     

  • 00:33

    Partnering With Non-Profits To Buy NPLs and REO - Hayes, Southside Community Dev

    in Finance

    The non-performing loan market has swelled in the past few years.  Several billion are sold every quarter just from the GSEs and HUD.  However, the secondary market has become very competitive and buyers need unique strategies and partnerships to acquire notes at more competitive price. Aligning with a non-profit can be beneficial to both the investor and the non-profit.  Many loans are sold from HUD with specific outcome requirements that create a unique secondary market for the right partnership.


    Joining the podcast is Tim Hayes with Southside Community Development.  Tim works to partner investors and non-profits together in order to become qualified buyers NS Capitals non-performing loan and REO portfolio.

  • 02:01

    Open Conversation: Believer's vs. Non-believer's

    in Entertainment

    Tonight we are going to discuss the difference's between believer's and non-believer's and why non- believer's are against believer's.  What sets us all apart?  Is there a way to come together and try to get on the same page?  How far would you go to to stand on what you believe.  It's been a while but we are going to dissect belief and non-belief.  Tune in tonight from 7pm top 9pm and call in at 347-308-8813 to join in the conversation.  This is going to be a good one.

  • 01:03

    HUD Single Family Loan Sale Non Profit Webinar - Part I – Program Description

    in Finance

    HUD has announced the latest sale in the Distressed Asset Stabilization Program (DASP) consisting of one offering date with National Pools and Neighborhood Stabilization Outcome (NSO) Pools offered on November 18, 2015.  HUD's NSO offerings will include one pool for which only non-profit bidders or units of local government are eligible to bid.


    HUD announced significant changes in DASP back in April in order to achieve better outcomes for borrowers. Under the new rules, loan servicers are required to delay foreclosure on a home for a year and evaluate all borrowers facing foreclosure for participation in the government's HAMP or a similar loss mitigation program.


    The improvements to the NSO sales portion of DASP include giving non-profits a first look at vacant properties, allowing purchasers to re-sell notes to non-profits, and offering a pool of loans for non-profits only.


    On October 21, 2015, HUD produced a webinar that was geared towards non-profits outlining the process of obtaining bidder approval, reporting requirements and required outcomes.  The webinar featured Neighborhood Stabilization Capital Management, an investment firm dedicated to working with HUD to promote the DASP program and non-profit inclusion.

  • 02:31

    When the City Sleeps #NocturnalInk Presents: Preech the Profit

    in Poetry

    On this Episode of When the City Sleeps #NocturnalInk I will have the pleasure of sharing the mic with a most talented brutha, Preech the Profit!!

    Born in Pensacola, Florida, now residing in Atlanta, GA, Preech The Profit or Preech for short, first introduced himself as a Spoken Word Artist in his hometown of Pensacola in the year 2011. The Preech part of “Preech The Profit” came after he had taken the time to analyze his performance methods & noticed that he almost sounded like a preacher reciting a speech. “The Profit” came from his desire to give back to communities & be a “profit to society” in addition to a pun with the word “Prophet” as a result of his tendencies to philosophize his own perspectives & idealistic nature. Spoken Word artist, Hip-Hop Artist, & entrepreneur, Preech The Profit, first gained an interest in words in elementary school when he would read the dictionary as if it were a book. As his knowledge for the meanings and sounds of words grew, he later reached a stage in middle school where he found the creativity in word play to be very interesting.

    This new found interest led him to the exploration of his abilities to arrange words in ways that fit together as if they were a finished puzzle. During this time, he continued to write lyrics without a purpose other than to explore his imagination. Preech began to take on poetry as a way of life after working on the verses for a song & feeling as if the lyrics needed no instrumental to be appealing, because the lyrics alone carried the fluent tune of a professional song. It was at this time that he really began to notice just how talented of a writer he was. This realization brought him to an interest of exploring his talents in spoken word. He began to make YouTube videos & advertise them on social networking sites. This led to him being offered the opportunity to perform at a fashion show. Ever since then, Preech has performed & featured at over 50 different venues and locations.

  • 01:18

    Career MOVEs: Leap Now; Fly Later

    in Self Help

    On this episode of NTR: Non-Tree Radio, host Courtney Lambert talks with featured guest Amy Perrin about making career MOVEs and their experiences in this area. Career moves are not easy. Some people stay at jobs they hate because they have financial responsibilities, some people stay because they are afraid of change, and others stay because they don't feel they are qualified to do what they truly want to do. Courtney and Amy talk with listeners about their decisions to make moves in their careers and how they executed their plans. Afterwards, Courtney and Michelle continue the conversation with key points and suggestions. If you are looking for that extra push of encouragement to go after your dreams, don't miss this show!

  • 00:48

    HUD Single Family Loan Sale Non Profit Webinar - Part II – Panel Discussion

    in Finance

    HUD has announced the latest sale in the Distressed Asset Stabilization Program (DASP) consisting of one offering date with National Pools and Neighborhood Stabilization Outcome (NSO) Pools offered on November 18, 2015.  HUD's NSO offerings will include one pool for which only non-profit bidders or units of local government are eligible to bid.


    HUD announced significant changes in DASP back in April in order to achieve better outcomes for borrowers. Under the new rules, loan servicers are required to delay foreclosure on a home for a year and evaluate all borrowers facing foreclosure for participation in the government's HAMP or a similar loss mitigation program.


    The improvements to the NSO sales portion of DASP include giving non-profits a first look at vacant properties, allowing purchasers to re-sell notes to non-profits, and offering a pool of loans for non-profits only.


    On October 21, 2015, HUD produced a webinar that was geared towards non-profits outlining the process of obtaining bidder approval, reporting requirements and required outcomes.  The webinar featured Neighborhood Stabilization Capital Management, an investment firm dedicated to working with HUD to promote the DASP program and non-profit inclusion.