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Today on Community Voices with Carly Alyssa Thorne we talk with John Suffern, VP of Non-Profit Services and Solutions at Lumity. We talk about non-profits and about Lumity connecting nonprofits to vital resources.
With 24 years of experience in information data management, workforce development, business development, customer relations and project management, John now leads the Non-Profit Services division at Lumity which includes Technology, Finance, Training, and NPO.net
To Learn More about John Suffern and Lumity go to: http://www.lumity.org
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ATTENTION NONPROFITS, MARKETING WORKS!
Starting or taking your nonprofit to the next level can be intimidating. At times it may seem you have more work than resources. Not to mention staff or training. You have a strong dedication to your mission, and want to do everything you can to help your nonprofit to succeed
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NetIP Spotlight: Live Your Potential
Monthly show featuring experts on trending topics
Every 3rd Monday at 6:00 pm EST
Leading & Working at Nonprofits - An Inside Perspective
with Deepa Iyer, former Executive Director
South Asian Americans Leading Together (http://saalt.org/)
In this show you will learn:
Facing challenges and reaping rewards from leading a nonprofit
Taking risks and detours in your career at a nonprofit
Building a nonprofit from the ground up
Host: Jasbina Ahluwalia
Our next guests share the joy of reading to children around the world and give children with Down Syndrome a place of their own to learn, play and be themselves.
Marie and her guest co-host Tim Padgett will interview Seena Jacob, founder of Bookwallah, a Chicago-based nonprofit. Its mission is to collect and distribute children's story books, set up libraries, and spread the joy of reading to children of orphanages and children's homes throughout the world.
We will also have representatives from Gigi's Playhouse in Hoffman Estates. The nonprofit, whose mission is to increase awareness of Down Syndrome, recently created Gigi U. This is a capital campaign benefiting children and adults with Down Syndrome.
To ask questions or give comments, call 323-580-5755.
For information about Bookwallah, visit the Bookwallah Facebook page.
For information about Gigi's Playhouse, www.gigisplayhouse.org.
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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 through this economic downturn in the charitable sector to greater levels of efficiency and fundraising success. PAGE 2 GUEST EXPERT: Kirsten Bullock Since 1995, Kirsten has worked with healthcare organizations, social service providers, national and local ministries, and international membership associations. Kirsten is currently serving as past-president of the Association for Fundraising Professionals, Greater Louisville Chapter. She is an AFP Master Trainer, and is the author of Simple Steps to Growing Your Donors. When not working to equip and empower people in the nonprofit sector, Kirsten sculpts, is attempting to learn to speak Danish and enjoys living in the Highlands in Louisville, Kentucky.
Please take the time to join us this Monday, August 25, 2014 @ 8PM EST
Sisters with Purpose Kingdom of Heaven Ministries airs their first show of Motivational Mondays via Blog Talk Radio
Call In Number 718-664-9186
The Mission for SWP Blog Talk Radio is to establish God's Kingdom here on earth and to speak the true unadulterated word of God. As virtual ministries, we can reach and establish the kingdom's work all over the world.
With a host of guests and ministries leaders we can be the ministries of light, as the pathway to God's purpose. Helping to build and strengthen faith from the word, we look forward to the opportunity to pray for others and establish a prayer line throughout the world.
Our purpose is to strengthen the body of Christ with equipment, armor, and understanding while building faith, hope, and abundance in the life of our brothers and sisters.
Please join us as we move forward Let go about our Father's business in the Name of Jesus.
Peace is not possible without forgiveness. Martin Luther King once said, “Forgiveness is not an occasional act; it is a permanent attitude.”
The freedom to be at peace in our own skins - that’s what forgiveness allows. We relinquish this freedom when we hold onto anger and resentment. Enormous amounts of energy are wasted when we hold back our love, hold onto hate, and harbor ill feelings. The only remedy is letting go, and being willing to forgive.
Please join us for a deep and spiritual discussion on the topic of forgiveness.
Learning Peace and The Power of Forgiveness with Sisters with Purpose Kingdom of Heaven Ministries
Marie and her guest co-host Tim Padgett will interview Michael R. Sitrick, Director of Development and Stanley Y. Starrett, Committee Member with the DuPage Community Foundation. The Foundation was created in 1986 to benefit the residents of DuPage County, Illinois. It receives contributions and bequests into a permanent endowment that continues to grow and help meet the needs of its community.
As a Halloween treat, Marie will present an early interview that she did with Abby Kohut who is on her “Abby Across America” tour. Abby, who is known as “Absolute Abby”, is a human resource professional that has made it her mission in the past year to educate job seekers with thoughtful and smart tips to land a job in this downturn economy.
To ask questions or give comments, call (323) 580-5755.
For information about The DuPage Community Foundation, visit www.dcfdn.org.
For information about Abby Kohut, visit www.abbyacrossamerica.com.
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Our guest this week is Daris Reno. Daris Reno also known as Niladvyi Hawini Tisqualvda, (Runnincreek). Daris is from the Cherokee Nation and follows her Cherokee traditions. She has lectured to groups both national and international on Cherokee history and the role of Cherokee women in their tribe. Daris is very committed to teaching that one can retain their heritage and still be successful in the everyday world. She believes that even though it is a delicate balance, one can achieve success! Daris is very committed to educating the communities about the Indigenous culture and helping the youth of today reach their dreams and goals.
Daris spends most of her time as a Private Public Relations Consultant for Nonprofits and Private Clients. She is a member of the B.E.S.T. Advisory Board regarding Human Trafficking Issues as an Inter-Tribal Consultant. She is a Public Relations Consultant for Entertainers, Inter-Tribal Relations Consultant and Certified Master Life Coach. Her expertise areas include Networking, Image Development, Employment Specialist, At Risk Youth Coaching, Fundraising, Event Planning and Not for Profit Development. Daris is one of the founding members of two Nonprofits serving Youth and Inter-Tribal Relations. She is involved with many community projects and serves on Not for Profit Boards statewide. Daris created and chaired the Carmelfest has Talent in the State of Indiana, Past Chair of Entertainment for Carmel International Arts Festival along with other events within the community. Daris has also served on advisory committees for local magazines, and businesses along with acting in local Native American plays.She has served as a Domestic Violence Advocate within the courts and as a private coach for Domestic Violence Survivors. She has owned many types of businesses and currently is the CEO of Diverse Consulting and Coaching Institute.
Welcome to the brand-new Positively Autistic radio show, Autism, God's Bright Kids! Dana Susan Beasley, a homeschooling mother of an Asperger teen and wife to an Aspie husband, will be your host starting Monday, September 15 and repeating weekly at this time spot.
Today, we will hear from co-founder Joe Westlake, co-founder of Positively Autistic. We will also be joined by Annie Eskeldson, author of Ashi's Gift and homeschooling mother to two Autistic children. She will be sharing about the beautiful book she wrote, the challenges she faces homeschooling two Autistic children, and her out-of-the-box therapy ideas that can be done by a parent at home.
Dana is the owner of AngelArts, a Creative Arts Agency and Publishing House. Seven years ago, she discovered that her son and husband both have Aspergers. It's opened up a whole new world for her and her family. Yes, there are incredible challenges, but she chooses to see how God has blessed her family through it.
Her son created a painting that became an inspiration for her Autism Awareness product line, Autism: God's Bright Kids. She also is publishing a book called "Angels in the Midst: Rising Above Autism and Aspergers," a collection of stories, poetry, videos, and artwork about how God uses ordinary people in the challenge of living with Autism and how He works in the midst of it. She is looking for submissions, sponsors, and nonprofits to give a portion of the revenue to. The book is due out in April 2015.
Dana welcomes callers who want to tell stories about how God used ordinary people in the midst of their challenges and how God is working in the midst of living with Autism, as a parent or as one affected.
Rearing Our Children in Today’s Spiritually Polluted Envir
There are no shortcuts to raising spiritual children in a secular world. The work begins before the moment of birth and continues throughout life — theirs and ours.
There are many dimensions to developing and maintaining a healthy spiritual life. At the minimum it involves daily study of scripture and other inspirational literature, daily prayer — a practice of listening as well as talking to God — regular worship attendance, giving of financial resources, and personal involvement in some outreach mission. Nothing speaks louder than our actions. If we say we value spirituality but the habits of our daily lives do not reflect this value, we are wasting our words.
If we do not currently give time to caring for our spiritual selves, we can begin today. It is never too late. God is always present with us. We need to care for our spiritual selves for our own good and not merely to influence our children. The influence on our children is the fruit of and not the reason for our labors.
If you didn’t hear our show last week, we talked about social media and how it helped the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge – and what a great fundraiser it was. We’re continuing our discussion regarding fundraising social media by demonstrating it, with a group that we have become involved with: Kottages 4 Kids, a cause focused on helping children in Lusaka, Zambia, and partnering with Kids Alive International. Special guest Stephen Shattuck of Bloomerang, a non-profit customer relationship system for donator management provides his advice.
This week on Edge of the Web Radio, sponsored by the Marketing Technology Blog, we discuss the latest marketing technology on the web. We frequently have leading marketers and the founders of marketing technology companies that we discuss these platforms with. Every week we provide guidance to marketing professionals - whether you're running your own company or you're a CMO at an international corporation - we always have information that you can use to increase the performance of your online marketing.