Our Favorite Nonprofit Podcasts
Across all industries, podcasts are valuable resources, and the nonprofit industry is no different. Podcasts are a great way to find new views, news, and trends, from inspiring stories that spark change to fundraising tips and tricks.
If you haven’t already jumped on the podcast bandwagon, these series will have you jumping on board. DevLab Creative has compiled our favorite nonprofit podcasts suitable for any organization.
“At Inspiring Social Entrepreneurs, we talk to experienced and successful social entrepreneurs and change makers, committed to building a better world.… Our aim is to share the inspiring stories, to explore the highs and the lows, learn how different social entrepreneurs have kept inspired, and draw out insights to help social entrepreneurs at all stages on their journey.”
“The program addresses issues such as global poverty, affordable housing, clean drinking water, medical breakthroughs, and matters related to education.
Each week you will hear from philanthropists, corporate CEOs, nonprofit luminaries, celebrity ambassadors, government officials, and social entrepreneurs who are at the forefront of the transformative changes that are occurring around the world.”
“In this podcast you will hear real stories from experienced leaders about what strategies and practices have made them successful. It is our hope that through this audio series, people can learn not only what it takes to be an effective non-profit leader but to hear inspiring stories about people and organizations that are successfully making a positive impact in their communities.”
“Nonprofits Are Messy, the Podcast from Joan Garry, Widely known as the “Dear Abby” of nonprofit leadership, Joan works with board and staff as a strategic advisor, crisis manager, change agent and strategic planner. Joan also teaches at the University of Pennsylvania with a focus on nonprofit communications and leadership.”
“Raise & Engage podcast a filters-off series for nonprofit professionals hosted by straight-shooting Blackbaud experts.”
“Wonder what other organizations are doing to grow that you might not have thought of? Schools, nonprofits and associations share ideas for attracting the right people, keeping them excited to be there and inspiring them to give back. From branding strategies to marketing programs and fundraising communications, organizations of all sizes are trying new ways to inspire action. In Driving Participation, Beth Brodovsky talks with marketers, fundraisers and consultants, exploring what what’s working to get people to show up, stick around and give back.”
7. Social Pros
“Listen for real insight on the real people doing real work in social media. You get the inside stories and behind-the-scenes secrets about how companies like Ford, Dell, IBM, ESPN and dozens more staff, operate and measure their social media programs.”
“Steve Vick from NonprofitAlly.com talks with nonprofit experts about social media strategies, capacity building, board of director development, fundraising and budgeting.”
When your nonprofit organization is your life, but you don’t have enough time to find all of the news and trends, podcasts are the perfect solution. There are tons of nonprofit podcasts out there which cover a wide variety of topics. Much more than we have listed here. If you have additional podcast that you would like to add please leave them in the comments below.
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