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Big League Philanthropist

Danielle Berman

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The Big League Philanthropist podcast shares stories of athletes and nonprofits using #sportsphilanthropy to change the world. Learn why these athletes were motivated to get involved and what motivates them to keep going! Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/bigleaguephil/support
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Kids are Philanthropists, Too!

The Giving Square

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Want to better understand how kids see and interpret the world? Want to know more about social issues? This podcast is for people of all ages to explore important social challenges, with kids (ages 10-12) as your guides.
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The Hidden Philanthropist

Andrew Purdie

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The Hidden Philanthropist is a fresh, new podcast all about the art of giving back. It provides a platform where philanthropists can shine, inspire, encourage and lead, and can tell their stories in an interesting, informative and thoroughly entertaining format. Hosted by TV personality and property developer Andrew Purdie, this podcast features honest and authentic conversations with both household names and more anonymous philanthropists from all walks of life. The Hidden Philanthropist po ...
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In this episode we interview Andrea Hernandez Rodriguez, Ph.D about how she has applied the principles of "psychological first aid" to address the immediate needs of the people affected by the wildfires in Maui. To learn more about Andrea and her work, please check out Global Giving. Our Hosts: Season 3 is hosted by Amy Neugebauer, Executive Direct…
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Summary: In this Episode we interview Devin W. Moore, a UMD sophomore who is the Founder of #RaceToSpeakUp - an anti-bullying organization and the author of Devin Speaks Up, a book about Devin's experience with bullying. This episode explores what bullying is and what we can do about it. Our Hosts: Season 3 is hosted by Amy Neugebauer, Executive Di…
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In this episode #418, we dive into the fascinating world with two esteemed experts, Dr. Jimmy Lopez and Dr. Ashlin Gasiorowski. Join us as we explore their groundbreaking work, insights, and the impact they've made in their respective fields. To connect with them and explore holistic wellness, visit www.universalwellnesssource.com If you want to ma…
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In this week’s episode, we continue our exploration of transformational spaces by looking at an example of trauma informed design from further afield. Edwina speaks to Samantha Donnelly, an architect and lecturer at the University of Technology in Sydney, Australia. Samantha is also a PHD Candidate, her thesis focusing on how trauma informed design…
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Summary: In this Episode we interview Paul Thonnessen, the Executive Director for the Friends of the Children's Justice Center in Maui. an organization focused on helping kids in trauma and facing abuse. Paul shares how Maui community and Friends of the Children's Justice Center of Maui came together to give kids effected by the fires a festival. O…
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In this week's episode, Edwina speaks to Are Høidal, Senior Advisor for the Norwegian Correctional Service. Are has over 30 years’ experience of being a Governor in Norway’s prison system, first in Oslo Prison, and then in internationally renowned Halden Prison for 14 years. Are was heavily involved in the radical transformation of the Norwegian Pr…
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Join us in this episode #417. as we dive into the world of public speaking with a seasoned expert, Roberto Monaco, Co-founder of Influenceology. With over a decade of experience in the business of speaking, Roberto has not only honed his skills as a speaker but has also played a pivotal role in training and consulting speakers of all levels, from i…
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Summary: In this Episode we interview Ava Abtahi, Biomedical Research Fellow at the National Institute of Health in Washington DC. Ava is focused on discovering solutions to multiple diseases. Listen to learn more on how she became a scientist and the extraordinary goals she wants to pursue. Our Hosts: Season 3 is hosted by Amy Neugebauer, Executiv…
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Summary: In this Episode we interview Eddy Garcia a farmer, surfer, and Executive Director of the Regeneration Education Centers and Living Earth Systems. In this episode we learn about how Eddy has focused his work to address the housing crisis since the Maui fires. Our Hosts: Season 3 is hosted by Amy Neugebauer, Executive Director of The Giving …
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In this episode Edwina explores prison design and architecture. Throughout history prisons have been places purposefully designed to be oppressive and punitive. However today, there is growing consensus that conditions inside prison should not be part of the punishment, and that if custody is appropriate at all, prisons should in fact be spaces tha…
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Summary: In this Episode we interviewed college student Marie Brodsky and recent graduate Kat Close, Founders of WISE Cities, an tech initiative focused on addressing the issue of social isolation among the elderly. Our Hosts: This episode is co-hosted by Amy Neugebauer, Executive Director of The Giving Square, and our returning 13 year old hosts S…
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Summary: In our first episode of Season 3 we interview Emmery (a 2nd grader) and Alison (her mom) about their personal experience with the Maui fires and how they use their experiences and resources to help their community. Our Hosts: Season 3 is hosted by Amy Neugebauer, Executive Director of The Giving Square. This episode is co-hosted by Alona, …
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In this episode #416, we journey through the life and career of Dr. Billy DeMoss, gaining valuable insights into the world of chiropractic care and holistic wellness. Whether you're a seasoned chiropractor, a health enthusiast, or someone curious about alternative healthcare practices, this episode promises to offer thought-provoking perspectives a…
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In the first episode of our Healing Spaces series, we discuss whether healing spaces within the justice system are possible, and if so, what this could look like. Edwina speaks with Lilly Lewis, One Small Thing’s Women’s Involvement Advisor about her experiences in the justice system and the importance of considering physical space when supporting …
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Introducing our new series of JUSTICE where we will explore what impact the physical environment can have on those who have experienced trauma. How can spaces be designed to create feelings of safety, and promote healing? And what key design elements do we need to consider when responding to trauma? Along with expert guests, we will be exploring a …
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The Giraffe Conservation Foundation (GCF) is the only NGO that concentrates solely on the conservation and management of giraffe in the wild throughout Africa. I was fortunate enough to spend time in Namibia with fellow Aussie Julian Fennessy and his wife Stephanie to learn about their field of expertise, their experience in creating GCF, what thei…
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Radek Sali is the perfect example of a human who is being the change he wants to see in the world. His formative young years and the influence of his family developed an incredible work ethic and this combined with his intellect and sense of self led him to become one of Australia’s most successful entrepreneurs. Radek has turned that success into …
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Jana’s achievements are well documented and her public and private highs and lows have been played out in the media. It would be hard to find a more honest, authentic, driven and passionate person whose nurturing nature has seen her become a mother of six, and now a doctor. She uses her reputation and her name as a platform for advocating for the t…
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Our mission and intent with The Hidden Philanthropist was to explore philanthropy in all its forms and give you an insight into the myriad of ways you can give back to your community. We also wanted to explore how those from all walks of life, with many of experiences and meandering paths, can find themselves in a position where they can support, g…
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A humble man with a huge heart and deep intellect, Justin Dowel is not used to sharing his story, but it is definitely a story worth listening to. Having been instrumental in creating one of Australia’s leading environmentally-friendly household brands, Justin elevated the company his father founded to great heights, and the philanthropic endeavour…
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As half of the dynamic duo behind The Big Group, Chyka Keebaugh has become a much loved public figure who has a natural flair for making life beautiful. You can hear the love, kindness and generosity in her voice and she inspires us all to give back in any way we can. With two lifestyle books under her belt, Chyka is a sought-after public speaker, …
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In our final episode in our series exploring motherhood in the justice system, Edwina reflects on what we’ve heard, and looks to the solutions to some of the challenges we’ve explored this series. Lilly Lewis, Women’s Involvement Advisor at One Small Thing, returns to discuss her thoughts and feelings on what she’s heard on the series, and shares w…
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A huge thank you to Daniel Flynn, the creator of Thankyou – one of Australia’s most successful philanthropic ventures. Learning about his true lightbulb moment that changed the course of his life, and in turn helped millions of people around the world, is so thrilling and moving. And his extraordinary marketing mind has created a cut-through that f…
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If you haven’t read any of Hugh Mackay’s books, watched him give keynote addresses or heard him on radio discussing his views on social anthropology, I hope this inspiring conversation will spur you on to learn more about this great man and his brilliant mind. His grasp on the issues that face humankind initiate debate, and at the core of it all, h…
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In episode #415 we are going to get into Dr. Beau Peirce’s views on chiropractic, marketing, and most importantly on leadership!!! If you want more of Dr. Beau go to https://www.piercechiropractic.net/team-members/dr-beau-pierce If you want to make a difference and have a greater impact on your patients and with yourself check-out www.thechiropract…
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Summary: We close out our 2nd season of Kids are Philanthropists, Too! with our final of two episodes about basic needs. This episodes explores the importance of access to affordable diapers, family volunteering, and when it is time to move on as a leader. Our special guest is Corinne Cannon, Founder of the DC Diaper Bank. Our hosts: Season 2 is ho…
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In this episode we focus on the experiences and voices of children affected by maternal imprisonment. So often children are kept in the dark about what is happening, or their views and wishes are overlooked. This episode contains the voices of children who have been affected alongside professionals working to improve the support available. We hear …
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It’s very rare to meet someone who has the depth of experience in the philanthropic space. Inspired by Mother Teresa from an early age, Moira Kelly’s life journey is deeply moving, heartwarming and inspiring, and it’s hard to grasp the width and depth of her devotion to those in need from every race and religion. Her heart is as big as an ocean, an…
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In episode #414 we are going to get into the passion and the purpose of knowing what you were called here to do! The life philosophy that has guided Dr. Eddie through many of life’s challenges. For more information about Dr. Eddie, visit www.getweller.com. If you want to make a difference and have a greater impact on your patients and with yourself…
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Summary: We close out our 2nd season of Kids are Philanthropists, Too! with two episodes about basic needs, the first focusing on food security. Our special guest is Donna Banzon, Director, Heathy Foods at Martha's Table. Our hosts: Season 2 is hosted by Amy Neugebauer, Executive Director of The Giving Square. along with 12-13 year old returning ho…
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Jeremy Meltzer, founder of i=Change, is a philanthropic powerhouse and a passionate crusader for human rights, and in particular for gender injustice, all over the world. His fascinating story gives us an insight into the steps we can all take towards making a difference, every day, and his experience and expertise expertly marries charitable enter…
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In episode #413 we are going to dive deep into the WHY behind chiropractic, the how to find balance, and into the mind of a pioneer in our field. This is a DO NOT miss episode of the TCP podcast for anyone interested in the chiropractic profession! If you want more info about Dr. Jason find him at www.TICchiro.com If you want to make a difference a…
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Summary: In this episode we interview Sam Geller-Cheney about his experience as a Virginia State Page and his thoughts and learnings about the value of public service. Our hosts: Season 2 is hosted by Amy Neugebauer, Executive Director of The Giving Square. along with Mara Shepherd and 12-13 year old returning hosts (Jayden, Alona, Leo, Ismahil, Ib…
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In this week’s episode, Edwina explores the issues affecting black and racially minoritised mothers in the justice system. She speaks to two researchers at the cutting edge of improving knowledge of these experiences. Dr Sinem Bozkurt is a Lecturer in Criminology at the University of Westminster and an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Acade…
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In episode #412, we will delve into designing your day, your life, and building a compelling future! If you want more of Dr. Stephane, visit https://drzgraggen.com/. If you want to make a difference and have a greater impact on your patients and yourself, check out www.thechiropracticphilanthropist.com. If you found value in this video, please hit …
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Summary: In this episode we interview Rachel Solomon, retired lawyer in the public defenders office and concerned citizen about children's right to play. Our hosts: Season 2 is hosted by Amy Neugebauer, Executive Director of The Giving Square. along with Mara Shepherd and 12-13 year old returning hosts (Jayden, Alona, Leo, Ismahil, Ibrahim, Sam) an…
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In episode #411, Dr. Tiffany Johnson explores the theme of embracing one's brilliance and living a fulfilling life. Dr. Johnson shares her personal journey of overcoming self-doubt and emphasizes the importance of adopting a brilliance mindset. She provides practical strategies for challenging limiting beliefs, embracing uniqueness, and taking acti…
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Summary: In this episode we interview Greta Mauch (communications strategist, writer) about her experience advocating for accessibility on a university campus. Find out more about Greta at: www.GretaMauch.com Our hosts: Season 2 is hosted by Amy Neugebauer, Executive Director of The Giving Square. along with Mara Shepherd and 12-13 year old returni…
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In this week’s episode, Edwina speaks to Becky Wray and Katia Parent, the two family social workers who are part of the pilot project run by the Prison Advice and Care Trust (Pact) that sees family social workers being based inside women’s prisons for the first time. We hear the unique perspectives of these social workers – the difficult job of man…
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In episode #410, we dive deep into the topic: "Work is required, struggle is not!" If you're seeking rapid and impactful change, this podcast is a must-listen. Join Dr. Brad as he shares over 25 years of experience using his highly specialized techniques, attracting patients from various professional sports leagues such as NFL, NHL, and NBA. For mo…
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Summary: We continue our exploration of disabilities with a conversation with Asha-Rose Sereda. Asha shares both her experiences related to disabilities but also how her own pain and challenges were used to help others. Suggested reading: After listening to this episode we suggest the following books. Just Ask: Be Different, Be Brave, Be You! by So…
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