A Place to Rise's Aubrey Schwartz talks about what made her start A Place to Rise, what it's like starting a non profit organization and what the plans are for the organization.
Steven Telesmanick CEO of the Schools on Wheels of MA joins the podcast to discuss how the organization provides Educational support to students in need, how people can get involved with the organization and what life is like working in the non profit sector
Cardinal Cushing Centers Director of Development Laurie Maranian joins the podcast to discuss how she got to Cardinal Cushing, how development has changed in the time of COVID and what life is like working in the non profit sector
Neighborworks Housing Solutions Serenity Belo joins the podcast to discuss who the organization serves, projects it's involved in and what non profit life is like.
Sara interviewed Abby Archer from Cape Cod Cooperative Extension and Woods Hole Sea Grant about the River Herring Network, when and where they each saw their first herring as kids, and the competitive and cooperative world of volunteer herring counts in Massachusetts.
Executive Director of Interfaith Social Services Rick Doane joins the podcast to discuss the wide variety of services Interfaith performs and how the organization has continued to support the South Shore during COVID-19
Andrea Pyke and Heather Dwyer of Friendship Home join the podcast to discuss a wide variety of topics ranging from what Friendship Home is, how they serve the South Shore and what #nonprofitlife is like.
In this episode, Pat Ronan of Father Bill's and Mainspring discusses his role in the organization and the services it provides on the South Shore