The Well-Endowed Podcast is a production of Edmonton Community Foundation (ECF). If you live in Edmonton, chances are you’ve been touched by the work facilitated by the support ECF provides to the city’s shakers, movers and doers. As a bridge between donors and charitable causes, ECF helps donors create endowment funds that will continue giving for generations. With that kind of support, those movers and doers can do a lot!
On the Well Endowed Podcast, you will hear stories about donors, and what inspires their generosity. And you will hear about the people who use our support to build and sustain social initiatives, empower youth, strengthen arts and culture, and so much more.
Edmonton is full of passionate people dedicated to building a vibrant community. The Well Endowed Podcast explores the impact that these municipal champions are having on our city.
On this episode Bryan Jackson, Director of Data for Good, tells us about Edmonton Arts Datathon 2018. And we talk to the renowned ProCoro Canada Choir about a new endowment fund they’ve created to honour two outstanding volunteers. Links: Register for Edmonton Arts Datahon 2018! Keep up with Data for Good on Twitter @DataForGoodYEG See when ProCoro Canada performs next and read more about the Russ and Johann Endowment Fund and you can donate here. Learn more about the Endowment Sustainability Program. Find out how to create an Endowment Fund of your own. Maximize your Year End Giving. The Well Endowed Podcast […]
In this episode, Lewis Cardinal joins us to discuss the talk he’ll be giving on November 16 as part of NorQuest College’s Circle of Knowledge: Indigenous Speaker Series. And we talk to Jane Bisbee about what the Social Enterprise Fund has achieved during its first 10 years of community impact. Links: Get your tickets to see Lewis Cardinal at the Circle of Knowledge: Indigenous Speaker Series. See the organizations the Social Enterprise Fund has helped. Learn more about Edmonton in Bloom. Create your own Endowment Fund. Grants: Community Grants – Deadline to apply is December 1st, 2018. Special Shout Out this […]
On this episode, we speak with Daryl Davis, accomplished musician, and author of Klan-Destine Relationships. In his pursuit to discover how anyone could hate him without knowing him, Daryl built relationships with Ku Klux Klan members. Some of the members who have come to know Daryl have since changed their world view and left the Klan. Daryl tells us about his experience and what friendship means to him. Links: Get your tickets to see Daryl Davis at the Edmonton Shift Lab Speaker Series on October 17th. You can find the documentary Accidental Courtesy: Daryl Davis, Race & America on Netflix. […]
This month, we find out how the John Humphrey Centre for Peace and Human Rights is helping us understand the privilege of ableism with YEG Dignity Day. And we talk to Monica Robson about Pilgrims Hospice and Edmonton’s first residential community hospice centre. Links: Don’t miss YEG Dignity 2018: “Nothing About Us Without Us” Learn more about Pilgrims Hospice and their vision for a residential hospice centre. Find out more about the Kaitlyn Walsh Memorial Fund. Get the full Wills Week Schedule here! Register for Social Venture Institute Alberta. Be sure to catch Daryl Davis and Trevor Phillips at the Shift Lab International Speaker Series. Grants: Young Edmonton Grants – Due October 15 Special Shout Out this month to OtherWise, a […]