BOLD (Black Organizing for Leadership and Dignity) is a non-profit organization that facilitates social transformation and improves the living conditions of Black people by (re)building the social justice infrastructure required to organize Black communities.
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Tatiana Morand shares 31 Amazing Nonprofit Podcasts To Check Out In 2020, on Wild Apricots’ Blog …
If you’re looking to learn something new about the nonprofit sphere, podcasts can be a great way to learn everything about a topic right from the experts, and to catch up on success stories from interviews with leaders in the field.
(Or maybe you just have a long commute and want to do something more productive than napping. We don’t judge!)
If you want to expand your fundraising network, learn new strategies for digital outreach, or listen to how other nonprofits have climbed the ladder of success, all you need is a pair of good earphones.
From 5-minute quick tips to 40-minute expert lectures, you’re sure to find something perfect for you in the list of 27 nonprofit podcasts I’ve compiled below.
Get On Board Australia’s Lisa Cook hosts a podcast designed to help you manage boards and governance in a 30-minute easy to understand conversation. This podcast can help directors learn about their roles and responsibilities, as well as how to lead a team, and what makes a good board member.
Between them, Jeff Brooks and Steven Screen have more than 35 years of experience in helping nonprofits to raise money for their causes. Their occasional podcasts supply practical tips as well as “inspiration and ammunition” for fundraisers.
This interview with Peter Panepento on the Chronicle of Philanthropy focuses on the difference between various digital fundraising tools and their effectiveness. ….
SAFE Survivor Peer Support is now hosting the LGBTQ+ Coffee Meetup again. Meets twice per month on Saturdays 11-1. Through February 2020. Allies welcome. We regularly attend this group. Come thru and say hello good peeps.
South Austin Community Acupuncture offers treatment on a sliding scale in a comfortable group setting. You pick what you pay between $20 and $40.
South Austin Community Acupuncture grew out of a desire to create a neighborhood clinic that represents a natural expression of ourselves into the community we live in.
Wally and Kelly opened South Austin Community Acupuncture together in 2006. The rest, as they say, is history…
Learn more about their services online at acupunctureworldheadquarters.com
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