Tim Kachuriak is the founder and Chief Innovation and Optimization Officer for NextAfter, a fundraising research lab and consulting firm that works with businesses, nonprofits, and NGOs to help them grow their resource capacity. He's using the internet to figure out what makes people give and leveraging that knowledge to help nonprofits reach farther.
The author and columnist describes how an intentional and systematic approach to kindness changed her life, and how it can change yours.
Millions turn to the Optimal Living Daily podcast for advice. Co-founder Lee Rankinen shares lessons from 6,000+ hours of personal development study.
The former CEO built YUM! Brands into a global powerhouse by emphasizing recognition. Now he’s on a mission to redefine leadership.
Kids are innately helpful. Meet the organization helping children cultivate that desire while raising money for charity.
Meet 6 remarkable people leading organizations that are meeting the enormous demands caused by COVID-19 in generous, creative, and crazy good ways.
We will pay to send a $50 “Thank You” gift to anyone you would like to celebrate for helping others. Nominate someone today.
Meet Alexis Corbin and Corbin Hooker of Unlocked, a social enterprise based in Nashville. They’re helping the city’s homeless women forge a path to better lives. But Corbin and Hooker needed help of their own -- and found it in a very surprising place.
Michaela “Chaeli” Mycroft of Chaeli Campaign will change how you think about disabilities and show how personal struggles can lead you to great things.
Dr. Laurie Santos is a Yale researcher whose course happiness is now a worldwide phenomenon. Her lesson: “The path to happiness is paved with gratitude.”
Hoke is the Founder of three rehabilitation programs for prisoners. But she’s had to overcome her own battles to find her “generous hustle.”
Phillips, an 88-year-old woman living in Reno, Nevada, is also the founder of ESL In-Home of Northern Nevada. Here’s why she feels like she’s in her 40s.
In this show we have the privilege -- and it truly is a privilege -- to talk with two remarkable people: Ophelia Dahl and Paul Farmer, founders of Partners In Health.
Many of you may already be familiar with them. There have been many articles and books written about Ophelia and Paul, as well as a documentary called Bending the Arc.
They’ve earned this attention because Partners In Health is one of the rare nonprofits started within the last few decades that has truly reached scale. They've helped four million patients through over 200 healthcare facilities in several countries, from Indian reservations here in the U.S. to Haiti, Sierra Leone, Kazakhstan, and beyond.
Imagine losing money for getting better at your job. That’s the insane reality for many nonprofits. Lindsay Beck and Catarina Schwab want to change it.
First, Pallotta raised millions to fight cancer and AIDS by inventing multi-day fundraisers. Now he’s out to change everything you think about charity -- and yourself.
Mick Ebeling and Daniel Belquer are helping the deaf hear music. Not Impossible Labs built limbs for amputees in warzones. That's just the beginning...
Vision isn’t just sight. It’s opportunity. VisionSpring brings it to millions around the globe each year. It started with Kassalow’s personal transformation -- one that may help you see your own mission in life.
Hear how April Tam Smith and Graham Smith, the founders of Times Square Restaurant P.S. Kitchen, are giving their lives away together.
Bailey and No Longer Bound help men break the chains of addiction. They’re 2X as effective as traditional rehab. But first, Bailey had to break free of his own.
In a time of crisis, would you text someone for help? Millions turn to Crisis Text Line and find life-saving support. Founder and CEO Lublin explains why.
Most juvenile offenders end up back in prison -- but not at Curt’s Cafe, a coffee shop offers a path to a better life. It could save taxpayers billions.
Of the 30 Million amputees worldwide, only 5 percent have access to prosthetics. A professor in Texas sets out to change that, one step at a time.
A team of “computer nerds” spot a huge hole in emergency services. Their solution may save 10,000 lives a year (or more!).
Haymakers for Hope trains regular people for boxing matches that have raised millions for cancer charities. Meet 4 people crazy enough to step into the ring.