Episode 19 – She’s Got This

On this month’s episode, we’re celebrating International Women’s Day.  We learn how Women Building Futures has grown from a grassroots group, to an incredible organization that is changing the face of Alberta’s construction industry and lifting women out of poverty. And we sit down with city Councillors, Bev Esslinger and Sarah Hamilton to talk about women in politics. But first, we’ll learn how the Counselling Program at YWCA is empowering women in Edmonton.

Find out more about the Counselling Programs at the YWCA.
Check out our Vital Topic: Women in Edmonton.
Get involved with the City of Edmonton’s Committees and Task Forces.
Learn more about how WBF can change your life.
Support WBF by donating to their fund.
Check out the Edmonton Shift Lab’s Evaluation Report!

Belcourt Brosseau Metis Awards
Winspear Fund Scholarships for Advanced Classical Music
Ranald and Vera Shean Memorial Scholarship
*All deadlines to apply for these grants is March 31st.

Special Shout Out this month to the Broadcast, a show about women and politics in Alberta.

The Well Endowed Podcast is produced by Edmonton Community Foundation. And is a proud, affiliate member of the Alberta Podcast Network.

Episode 18 – Black History Month

On this month’s episode, we geek out on Black history with Minister Faust as he looks at the 26th annual AfroQuiz. We sit down with Darren Jordan and Nigel Williams to chat about 5 Artists, 1 Love which is celebrating the history of Black music and visual art as part of Black History Month.  And we’ll check in with our friends at the Edmonton Shift Lab for an update on the work they’re doing to rethink the way society combats racism.

Check out AfroQuiz 2018!
Connect with the Council of Canadians of African & Caribbean Heritage.
Find out more about 5 Artists 1 Love.
Get your tickets to “One Night In Harlem” and don’t miss the artist exhibitions at the Art Gallery of Alberta, University of Augustana Campus Library, and at the Scott Gallery.
Keep up with the Edmonton Shift Lab by signing up for their newsletter.

Young Edmonton Grants – Deadline is February 15th.
Community Grants – Deadline is March 1st.

Special shout out this month to Hockey Feels. As hosts Steven Shapansky and Rachel Donner describe it: “a podcast about hockey that focuses on how awesome the game of hockey is, but also on how it, as the name suggests, makes us feel.”

The Well Endowed Podcast is produced by Edmonton Community Foundation. And is a proud, affiliate member of the Alberta Podcast Network.

Episode 17 – Winter is here, and we like it!

On this month’s episode, embark on an arctic expedition with Cassandra Pryer. We speak with artist Carla Rae Taylor to learn how the Paint the Rails project is telling Edmonton stories through public art. We hear about the deep freezer races at the Deep Freeze Byzantine Winter Festival. And, we speak with Michael Phair about legacy and a new school being opened, and named, in his honour.

See upcoming expeditions with Students On Ice.
Hear more sounds from the 2017 Expedition on SoundCloud and check out the 2017 interactive map.
Check out Paint The Rails.
Learn more about the John Humphry Centre for Peace and Human Rights.
See all the fun happening at the Deep Freeze Festival.
Visit the Michael Phair Junior High School.
Find out more about creating an Endowment Fund.

Endowment Sustainability Program – Deadline is January 19th.
Vital Signs Grants – Deadline is January 15th.
Young Edmonton Grants – Deadline is February 15th.

Special shout out this month to High Level Showdown where Michael, Elliot and Sharon debate topics from across Canada that relate to their hometown, Edmonton.

The Well Endowed Podcast is produced by Edmonton Community Foundation. And is a proud, affiliate member of the Alberta Podcast Network.