Mary Maranville speaks with Sandra Siepak about Student’s for Eco-Education & Agriculture (SeeAg), which is a non-profit organization that educates students about the farm origins of their food, “From field to table,” while cultivating visceral connections to the surrounding farmland
Rachel Shur, founder of the nonprofit, the United Cancer Advocacy Action Network (UCAAN), speaks with Bob Taylor about helping those who have cancer. UCAAN helps anyone, any age with any form of cancer, nationwide.
Ash Archambeau speaks with Sandra Siepak about the nonprofit, Healthy Minds, Healthy Bodies Kids Program. Their activities include meditation, character education, and emotional development for ages 2-18.
Eric Knight and John Cortes speak with Sandra Siepak about the America Cancer Society and local benefits.
Monica Schrader speaks with Monique Nowlin about becoming a dementia friendly business.
Kimberly Coley speaks about the American Red Cross and its history of disaster relief, facilitating blood donations, education about disaster preparedness, as well as providing health and safety classes. She also discusses the coordination between local and national Red Cross
Jason Meek speaks with Bob Taylor about Turning Point Foundation and their programs help give participants a second chance at life, many of whom are also veterans.