We are counting down our Top 10 most listened-to podcasts of our first two seasons. This week we arrive at #5 on our all-time list, a rebroadcast from May of 2018. Dr. Linda Lausell Bryant, of NYU Silver School of Social Work discusses with Zoot the problems that can happen when leaders treat their staff as a "family".
A rebroadcast of Nonprofit Ally Podcast #078 Panel Discussion on growing a small, newly formed nonprofit. Nonprofit Ally is a top podcast on our sector and one of the few (besides this podcast) designed for small organizations to grow.
This is a rebroadcast of #7 on our list of the ten most popular episodes of our program.
Today we take a break from our normal format of interviews. Instead Zoot will give a master class on best practices of board development for community benefit organizations... No BS.
Rebroadcast- Many in the Social Sector believe the myth that 501(c)(3) organizations are not allowed to advocate for themselves or their causes. Zoot discusses the myths and the reality of advocacy in the Social Sector with David L. Thompson, Vice President of Public Policy for the National Council of Nonprofits, our national advocacy group.
In this rebroadcast of our second episode, we dispel the myth that if one has a good idea, one should start a nonprofit organization. We discuss how one should go about starting a community benefit organization, and discuss fiscal sponsorship with Community Partners Senior program director Cynthia Freeman.
Today on the 501(c)(3)(b)(s) Podcast, Zoot Velasco talks with Todd Hanson, Vice President of the Center for Engaged Philanthropy at the Orange County Community Foundation, recognized as a “center of gravity” for philanthropy in Orange County. Since this administration came to the Foundation, their assets have increased from $43 million to $378 million, and OCCF has now awarded more than $510 million in grants and scholarships since its inception in 1989. This dramatic growth has placed the Orange County Community Foundation as a stand-out among more than 780 community foundations across the nation, placing OCCF as the 8th most active grantmaker among its colleagues, and in the top 10% in total assets. For more than 16 years Todd has provided support to some of Orange County’s most generous families, helping them achieve their philanthropic goals and inspiring effective and impactful giving. He visits more than 100 nonprofit organizations each year to stay informed on the latest programs, services and results. He has more than 25 years of experience in nonprofits and is the former executive director of Camp Fire USA in Orange County. Todd and Zoot discuss the myths around fund development for organizations.