Philanthropy United Podcast

New program helps nonprofits expand their support network

Jessica Leila Adnani and Kendal Macumber of Scottsdale-based Personalized Solutions recently launched the Philanthropy United Podcast. The podcast features nonprofit organizations from across the country with the goal of helping them expand their donor networks and share their positive impact stories. 

With the current media focusing on the negative, the goal of the podcast is to focus on spreading the positive. Now more than ever, nonprofits need to be creative in expanding their support network and this podcast aims to be that helping hand. 

New episodes launch live every Wednesday on all popular podcast platforms including Spotify, iTunes, pandora, audible, amazon music, youtube and more. There is no fee to be featured on the podcast. 

Past episodes include (Spotify links below, but also available on all other streaming platforms):

Laura Capello, CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Arizona – CLICK HERE

Lorraine Tallman, founder of Amanda Hope Rainbow AngelsCLICK HERE

Dr. Maria Hesse, president of Positive Paths – CLICK HERE

Frank DeBlasi, founder of The Baller Dream FoundationCLICK HERE

Jennifer Kiernan, founder of Saving AmyCLICK HERE

Holly Rose, founder of Check for a LumpCLICK HERE

Margaret Stephens Reed and Amy Winski of Valley LifeCLICK HERE

Nicolee Thompson, founder and CEO of Harvest Compassion CenterCLICK HERE

For more information or to book an interview, visit philanthropyunited.com.

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