• 00:31

    Help Homeless Veterans

    in Radio


    How can we help Homeless Vetracs
     That are living on the street . and give them infomtion of what to do to get off the street ,war is in my mind ,Vetracs can not forget Pass .
    What I'am doing is to give support for Homeless Veterans information of what to do and how to doit .
    Housing and Food for Homeless Veterans

  • 00:07

    Help Homeless Veterans

    in Radio


    How can we help Homeless Vetracs
     That are living on the street . and give them infomtion of what to do to get off the street ,war is in my mind ,Vetracs can not forget Pass .
    What I'am doing is to give support for Homeless Veterans information of what to do and how to doit .
    Housing and Food for Homeless Veterans

  • 00:15

    Help Homeless Veterans

    in Radio


    How can we help Homeless Vetracs
    Stand downs give homeless veterans a temporary refuge where they can obtain food, shelter, clothing and a range of community and VA assistance. In many locations, stand downs provide health screenings, referral and access to long-term treatment, benefits counseling, ID cards and access to other programs to meet their immediate needs. Each year, VA participates in more than 100 stand downs coordinated by local entities. Surveys show that more than 23,000 veterans and family members attend these events with more than 13,000 volunteers contributing annually.

    CALL 347-205-9913
     

  • 01:01

    Ending Homelessness

    in Politics Progressive

    Ending Homelessness Radio host Donald Whitehead discusses: Ending Homelessness, homeless families, homeless veterans, progressive politics, culture, demographics, social justice, economic justice, justice, society, social change, community action, community organization, and more!


    Homeless and African American
    Donald and his guests explore the lack of support from the African American community on the issue. 

  • 01:08

    Homeless not Hopeless

    in Lifestyle

    Join My Rays of Light Radio, with host LM Young, on Tuesday at 10pm EST.


    Call 646-564-9708 to listen live or to talk to the hosts


    Listen online http://www.blogtalkradio.com/mrol/2014/11/19/homeless-not-hopeless


    With the holiday season right around the corner, hosts LM Young and Leslie Wright (Nadiyah), will be discussing the homeless and their plight.


    Many of us have read the about the cases in Florida, where people have been arrested and fined for feeding the homeless.


    This is an epidemic in our ever growing country.


    How can a man or woman go to war to represent this country and come back homeless?


    The majority of homeless Vets are, on the average, houseless for five (5) years.


    Join us LIVE Tuesday night for  "Homeless not Hopeless"

  • 01:01

    Homeless Veterans...A National Disgrace!

    in Lifestyle

    According to the Department of Veterans Affairs, at least 200,000 veterans are homless on any given night, and more than 400,000 are homeless at some point during the year. We'll speak with Arthur E. Fillmore II, Founder and Co-Chariman of Heart of America Standown, an organization dedicated to providing homeless veterans with access to the many resources necessary to begin rebuilding their lives.

  • 00:58

    Momma Joyce Messages of Hope New year and Happy Birthday Momma Joyce

    in Spirituality

    Howdy, my beloved blog talk radio family.I wanted to invite all of you out there to join me for a show of show, good news all the way around. I made it to another year am now 63 and counting . hahahaha Please be sure to tune in tonight and listen to the show. The call in number is 1-347-850-1527. I would loe to hear your praise reports and I have a few of my own to share with you as well. Good tunes , and good people. Love to hear from you tonight. Prayer requests taken and prayed over too :) 


     


    http://christian-bail-bonds.com/?gclid=CKLmzrir_sICFRSIfgodBCgAYw


    http://www.sandiegoworkplacechaplains.com/


    http://www.mattspeaking.com/home/


    http://angelofloveministry.com/


    http://www.nokidhungry.org/


    http://www.newdirectionsinc.org/


    http://www.woundedwarriorproject.org


    http://www.sandiegoworkplacechaplains.com/


     


     

  • 01:02

    Ending Homelessness

    in Politics Progressive

    The show takes an in depth look at the Panhandling.  Mitch Ditkoff is the co-founder and President of Idea Champions, a highly acclaimed management consulting and training company, headquartered in Woodstock, NY.


    Educated at Lafayette College and Brown University, Mitch has worked with a wide variety of Fortune 500 and mid-sized companies who have realized the need to do something different in order to succeed in today's rapidly changing marketplace. These clients include: GE, Merck, AT&T, Allianz, Lucent Technologies, NBC Universal, Goodyear, A&E Television Networks, General Mills, MTV Networks, PricewaterhouseCoopers, and a host of others.


    At the heart of his work lies the fundamental belief that a company's most important capital asset is the collective brain power, creativity and commitment of its work force and that this asset can be significantly leveraged when people are provided with the appropriate setting, systems, tools and techniques to think (and act) out of the box.


    In addition to his consulting work, Mitch is also an accomplished keynote speaker and large group workshop facilitator. In 2013 and 2014, he was named one of the TOP FIVE speakers on innovation by one of the leading speaker's bureaus in America.


    His widely read blog, The Heart of Innovation, is a daily destination for a global audience of movers and shakers. Additionally, Mitch is the author of the award-winning book, Awake at the Wheel: Getting Your Great Idea Rolling (in an uphill world) and the forthcoming WISDOM AT WORK: How Personal Storytelling Sparks Insight, Inspiration, and Lifelong Innovation.

  • 00:49

    HOMELESS-NO-MORE RADIO

    in Health

    HELPING THE HOMELESS TO BUILD THEIR OWN HOMES AND GROW THEIR OWN FOOD.


     

  • 00:29

    NABWIC Talks with Cherron Newby, Owner of CC’s Consulting & Training

    in Women

    Cherron Covington Newby (CC), owner of CC’s Consulting & Training.  CC moved to Florida from Georgia in June of 1998.  Born and raised in Washington, D.C., I was suppose to be a statistic; I’ve been a single mother, unemployed and homeless. In 1994 I started a construction final cleaning business.  I hired the homeless, veterans and ex-offenders; providing transportation and a meal to my employees.  In 2003 I employed as many as 45 individuals to work on three Better Jacksonville Projects.  Today I am an authorized OSHA trainer and consultant in environmental health, safety and services; I began training in 2008.  Mother of three daughters, two of whom are veterans and the youngest one is in college.  I have three grandsons and one granddaughter. 


                                                               


    Prior to starting my business, I worked as an Administrative Assistant for a former Congressman, worked at the Pentagon and for the Department of Defense.  In 2012, I ran for State Senate, speaking to campaign crowds and organizations at various candidate forums.  My platform was for the grass root working individuals, homeless families, veterans and children aging out of foster care.  I also volunteer and provide fundraising for various organizations that help families. 


    To contact me, please email me at cctrain-consult@live.com or go to my website at www.hoajax.wix.com/cctrainconsult

  • 01:01

    Proposed Cuts to the VAThe Basser Hour

    in Military

    Proposed Cuts to the VA 2015


    Restrict VA's Individual Unemployability Benefits to Disabled Veterans Who Are Younger Than the Full Retirement Age for Social Security


    More than 3.4 million veterans with medical conditions or injuries that were incurred or worsened during active-duty service are receiving disability compensation from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).


    Narrow Eligibility for Veterans' Disability Compensation by Excluding Certain Disabilities Unrelated to Military Duties


    Veterans may receive disability compensation from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) for medical conditions or injuries that occurred or worsened during active-duty military service (excluding those resulting from willful misconduct). Disabilities that are deemed to be connected to military service in that sense range widely in severity and type, from the loss of limbs to migraines and treatable hypertension.


     


     

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