Did you know there is more than a trillion dollars given annually in grants, and it’s not all Federal funding?
For instance, each year, Target donates over $7 million to the local communities where we do business
The Giving Pledge, started by Warren Buffett, and now has over 200 billionaires giving half their wealth away, has given over $600 billion in funding since 2016.
The U.S. Department of Education awards around $46 billion in scholarship money each year.
The above and so much more was discussed during this grant-impacted show, including the number of hours it takes to write a grant.
Listen to the short recording of Sherita's dedicated birthday show, meet her childhood bestie, retired Educator, Barb Engler, learn about her life's journey, plus, find out what's next in the Barnyard.
Did you know that currently, 1 in 5 American adults still struggle with reading! This is why advancing literacy is so important.
Today, on National Family Literacy Day, I interviewed an awesome Author and Entrepreneur, Mrs. Phyllis Hodges.
Not only did we discuss her national book tour, we talked about the importance of literacy and literature. Why? Because literature has the power to shape cultures, influence world views, and connect people from different ethnicities and backgrounds.
Tune in to hear more.
DON'T BELIEVE WHAT YOU'VE BEEN HEARING!
if you've ever heard or believed any of the following, you should listen to this broadcast:
1) I can't get a grant for my project because it (equipment, supplies, etc.), cost too much!
2) Grant writing is too hard, and should be left to Grant Writers!
3) I don't know why I'd consider a grant - nonprofits can't make any money anyway!
4) It takes two years or more to get a grant!
5) I've been told that if I'm not a nonprofit, there's no way I can get a grant!
6) And last, but not least, grants and the nonprofit arena are a bunch of malarkey . . . I wouldn't waste my time!
ALL THE ABOVE ARE WRONG! Check out the show.
Wow, talk about having to pivot when things unexpectedly change, today was one of those days!
For today's show, I was scheduled to interview special guest, Phyllis Hodges. But, because of a few technical difficulties, we lost her on the broadcast. I'm excited that we've already rescheduled Phyllis for November 1, 2023.
So, this broadcast is all about grants for writers, poets, and other literary creatives.
Thus informative show was about learned lessons about Dyslexia and so much more, with my esteemed guest, Dr. Suki Stone. Hear some of her unique skills, where in only 14 days she has helped children and adults with dyslexia, or who are struggling readers, develop proficient reading skills.
In addition to all the information Dr Stone shared, other show announcements included:
1) We're launching a new veterinary assistance initiative to aid low-income individuals, families and farmers
2) There's still space in the November Grant Writing Master Class, preparing you to take 2024 by storm
Plus, see the crazy hack that I discovered, that removes super glue from your skin.
Worldwide, 55 million people are living with a form of dementia.
The majority (80%) of people with a form of dementia are receiving care in their homes.
What is the number one trigger for dementia behavior?
These topics and more were discussed during this informative show.
Ok, if you've ever had a problem communicating, or you've had a battle within yourself about decisions you've made, or, if you've just had trouble understanding who you are as a person, then you've got to hear this special guest, my dear friend and colleague, Bill Stierle . . .
Also, check out his book THE EMOTIONAL SOBRIETY SOLUTION. It's not only a good read, it's applicable.
In this show Sherita is very transparent about menopause, hysterectomies and the importance of having difficult conversations.
The following topics were discussed: 1) Dispelled the myths that some men have historically believed about menopause and hysterectomies 2) Men do experience menopausal symptoms during midlife, and why 3) The increase in divorces during mid-life crisis 4) ‘Common’ regrets that couples have experienced after divorcing. Sherita also shares the natural products that she used, that got rid of her menopausal systems, and the magical remedy that triggered her extreme hair growth, which reversed her hair thinning.
We had a very informative show with my friend and colleague, Pastor Ethel Rucker, where we discussed:
1) Dealing with the ups and downs of marriage
2) Overcoming Financial troubles
3) How to evolve from disfunction, to having Determination and Delight and so much more
Tune in to this empowering conversation!
You can be that Fly-on-the-Wall, and listen to the ladies from Atlanta, GA, Alberta, Canada, Ontario, CA, and Stone Mountain, GA, as they talk about: What brings them joy! 2) How they deal with life's hurdles, and more . . .
Listen to Part 2 with Mr. George Folkes. 1) Find out more about his 'Ginny Battle' Documentary. 2) What made Mrs. Battle great in her role with the late President, John F. Kennedy? 3) Hear more info about his One-Man Show and much, much more. Also, see additional info. about George and the Ginny Battle Story on our site HERE.
With a career steeped in the entertainment industry, Thierry Sanchez is always ready to discover new projects where the art of fashioning a more humanistic world without borders would be continually encouraged, along with imagination, creativity and talent. He has an unlimited passion for wildlife, deserts, the Himalayas and the Canadian Arctic, where he spent one year living with the Indigenous Inuit population.
We had a great show with my friend, Actor/Comedian, Kel Mitchell. During the broadcast we covered several topics: 1) In recognition of National Nonprofit Day (August 17th), we discussed Kel's newly developed nonprofit strategies 2) We discussed the topic of depression and men's mental health. Our other topics of discussion included Kel's two books, his role as a Youth Pastor and so much more.
You’ve probably heard it said, “Behind every great person is a great story!” In this case, it’s George Folkes, the earliest mentor to Academy Award-winning Screenwriter, Spike Lee, when they both were students at Morehouse College. Tune in and hear George's captivating story.
Show Topics: 1) My journey from living in LA to moving to Arkansas 2) How to deal with relationships - the good, the bad and the ugly 3) Thanked family and special friends for support and more. See my mini-movie on managing your relationships like the Driver of a Bus at HERE.