‘Nisolo is a lifestyle brand that makes handmade shoes and accessories in a way you can feel good about. And just as importantly, we design our products according to your tastes, so that you don’t have to sacrifice style or quality in order to shop responsibly.
To date, we’ve made shoes and accessories in Peru and many of you are the reason for the success we’ve had so far. Now, we’re asking for your support as we expand our products and social impact to Kenya in order to bring you beautiful, ethically-made jewelry.’
‘Music for Seniors is a Tennessee nonprofit 501(c)3 arts organization enlisting Nashville-area professional, semi-professional and student musicians to provide one-hour, interactive outreach performances to senior centers, day programs, retirement communities, nursing homes and even home-bound older adults. Our performances span a wide variety of music and genres focusing on the tastes, preferences and needs of the older adults whose lives we touch. Audience engagement and interaction are built into our delivery model.
We offer musicians a ready vehicle for significant civic involvement and pay them a modest per-performance stipend for sharing their time and talents.’
In this episode I had the pleasure to interview Blood Water’s CEO Chris Bolton & Co-founder Dan Haseltine. This great non-profit has been based in Nashville for over 10 years. Hear more about their desire to help all Africans have access to clean water. You can help at www.nextmillion.org
Did you know 22 Veterans commit suicide each day?
The Veterans Recovery Center is a therapeutic and educational community serving Veterans who are living with mental illness and moderate to severe (PTSD) Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. We support Veterans in defining and pursuing their individual goals and visions for their future based on their personal strengths and self-chosen values & interests.
They provide opportunities for Veterans so that they may actively engage in the community as they achieve their personally defined recovery outcomes. They will work with each Veteran to instill hope, teach life skills, validate strengths, and build our community as we assist Veterans on their personal journeys to reclaim their opportunity of maintaining a better Quality of Life.
Meet Suzanna Hendricks, Co-Founder of KAIO Productions and former Invisible Children staff member. Their team has dreamed up LUMINOUS. (take 1:18 to watch this)
Friday, December 5, at 8:00 pm Marathon Music Works. LUMINOUS: a night of music + dance —bringing the West Coast, NYC, and all the incredible things of Nashville into one night.
The event will benefit Invisible Children’s Legacy Scholarship program.
IC’s Legacy Scholarship Program provides meritbased scholarships to motivated and talented students who have the potential to be the next generation of leaders in northern Uganda. The San Diego based nonprofit has asked for help this Fall in hosting events across the country to support fundraising efforts to ensure the 500 current students are funded through to the end of their university education in Northern Uganda. http://www.invisiblechildren.com
LUMINOUS: a night of dance + music is a dynamic, 21+, one night event fusing all of the things that make Nashville unique. Community, artistry, music and experience. By incorporating dance and elevating the experience level of typical events, the goal is to raise $50,000. Guests can look forward to dance and aerialist performances, 2 artists, a DJ set and dance party by NYC based DJ’s the Jane Doze and hosted by Kate Voegele.
Join KAIO Productions in the effort to ensure the remaining students of the Legacy Scholarship program are able to complete their education.
Buy your tickets now!!! This is an event not to be missed!
December 5th, 8PM @ Marathon Music Works
**Note: All ticket prices are tax deductible donations.**
In this episode I speak with the Founder/Director, from The Little Pantry That Could, Stacy Downey. This literal pantry provides more than food. It is a community that partners with others to fulfill a wide array of needs for those in our city. http://www.TheLittlePantryThatCould.org
The LITTLE PANTRY THAT COULD
4710 Charlotte Ave
Nashville, TN 37209
Located in the basement of the
W. Nashville United Methodist Church
(Back Ally Door – Across From McDonald’s Drive Through)
Open Saturdays 10:00am – 1:00pm
To Volunteer or Donate Items
Call or Text (615) 260-5769
Meet Daryl Mackin Founder of A Soldiers Child Foundation. Their mission is to give back to families of our fallen heroes. They do that by giving special customized birthday gifts every year to children until their 18th birthday that have lost a parent/guardian in active duty. You can sponsor a child and donate through their website www.asoldierschild.org
Coming up this Christmas you can also participate in Family to Family Christmas supporting Fort Campbell families.