My guest in this episode is Team Rubicon CEO, Art delaCruz. Listen in as we chat about the positive impact of volunteerism — particularly for military veterans.
I’m thrilled to give voice to a passionate change agent who knows how to build a movement, Frances Kunreuther, Co-Director of the Building Movement Project.
Volunteerism is both noble and necessary in our polarized world. But how do you ignite them and keep them engaged over the long term?
In a polarized world, power to effect change comes from building an “army of the engaged”. Here’s how my guest, Rashad Robinson, did just that.
Learn more about the birth of a film festival and the superpower of this type of non profit in building community.
Giving Tuesday, #MeToo, the Ice Bucket Challenge, the out-of-nowhere victories of Obama and Trump… They all have something important in common – they were movements forged by “New Power”.
Multiple studies show the positive benefits of volunteering (for the volunteer). Today’s guest took that to the limit and ultimately became the board chair!
How does one of the foremost experts in building online communities end up working to help thousands of children in Africa get a daily education?
Harvard did a study that determined that volunteering helps people live longer and healthier lives with 38% fewer nights spent in the hospital.
This episode is packed with useful, practical advice on how to make people sit up and take notice of your organization and mobilize for your cause.