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The Stronger Philanthropy Podcast is for both grantmakers and grantseekers who lack connection to reliable guides for the journey of faith-based philanthropy. The podcast is designed to probe the motivations, values and expectations of grantmakers. We will expose common pitfalls, and provide thoughtful strategies for making philanthropy more meaningful. Many of us scour the internet for guidance on our philanthropy, but find only dead ends and canned advice. This podcast will offer a connection to personal stories from real people who want to love giving well.

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The Stronger Philanthropy Podcast is for both grantmakers and grantseekers who lack connection to reliable guides for the journey of faith-based philanthropy. The podcast is designed to probe the motivations, values and expectations of grantmakers. We will expose common pitfalls, and provide thoughtful strategies for making philanthropy more meaningful. Many of us scour the internet for guidance on our philanthropy, but find only dead ends and canned advice. This podcast will offer a connection to personal stories from real people who want to love giving well.

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The Stronger Philanthropy Podcast is for both grantmakers and grantseekers who lack connection to reliable guides for the journey of faith-based philanthropy. The podcast is designed to probe the motivations, values and expectations of grantmakers. We will expose common pitfalls, and provide thoughtful strategies for making philanthropy more meaningful. Many of us scour the internet for guidance on our philanthropy, but find only dead ends and canned advice. This podcast will offer a connection to personal stories from real people who want to love giving well.

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Rank #1: Greg Pennoyer: Power to shape culture (S2:E8)

Nov 15 2017
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Greg Pennoyer is the Director of Faith in Canada 150, a sesquicentennial project of Cardus, which highlights and celebrates the role of faith and religion in Canadian life over our 150 year history. As well, he founded the Roundtable, a membership association for Canadian faith-based philanthropy, and is a key voice for recovering the gift of the arts by people ... Read More

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Rank #2: Greg Pennoyer: Power to shape culture (S2:E8)

Nov 15 2017
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Greg Pennoyer is the Director of Faith in Canada 150, a sesquicentennial project of Cardus, which highlights and celebrates the role of faith and religion in Canadian life over our 150 year history. As well, he founded the Roundtable, a membership association for Canadian faith-based philanthropy, and is a key voice for recovering the gift of the arts by people ... Read More

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Rank #3: Greg Pennoyer: Philanthropy and being human (S2:E7)

Oct 18 2017
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Greg Pennoyer is the Director of Faith in Canada 150, a sesquicentennial project of Cardus, which highlights and celebrates the role of faith and religion in Canadian life over our 150 year history. As well, he founded the Roundtable, a membership association for Canadian faith-based philanthropy, and is a key voice for recovering the gift of the arts by people ... Read More

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Rank #4: Greg Pennoyer: Philanthropy and being human (S2:E7)

Oct 18 2017
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Greg Pennoyer is the Director of Faith in Canada 150, a sesquicentennial project of Cardus, which highlights and celebrates the role of faith and religion in Canadian life over our 150 year history. As well, he founded the Roundtable, a membership association for Canadian faith-based philanthropy, and is a key voice for recovering the gift of the arts by people ... Read More

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Rank #5: Lance Robinson: Strategic focus (S2:E6)

Sep 13 2017
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The Stronger Philanthropy Podcast is pleased to introduce listeners to Lance Robinson, the CEO of Equitas Group, a Knoxville, Tennessee-based foundation.   Lance brings a strategic and thoughtful focus to his family’s philanthropy.  This process is often a challenge for other wealthy families.  Under Lance’s leadership, he has ensured the foundation will do more than just give reactive grants, but ... Read More

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Rank #6: Lance Robinson: Strategic focus (S2:E6)

Sep 13 2017
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The Stronger Philanthropy Podcast is pleased to introduce listeners to Lance Robinson, the CEO of Equitas Group, a Knoxville, Tennessee-based foundation.   Lance brings a strategic and thoughtful focus to his family’s philanthropy.  This process is often a challenge for other wealthy families.  Under Lance’s leadership, he has ensured the foundation will do more than just give reactive grants, but ... Read More

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Rank #7: Michael Alberg-Seberich: A European looks at Canadian giving (S2:E5)

Aug 09 2017
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Michael Alberg-Seberich is a professional who serves multiple foundations and corporate philanthropy programs as Managing Director at Beyond Philanthropy based in Berlin, Germany.  This year he benefited from a six-month research sabbatical in Canada where he received the CKX Philanthropy in Canada and Mercator Fellowship. Listen in today to hear what he thinks are the highlights and challenges of Canadian ... Read More

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Rank #8: Michael Alberg-Seberich: A European looks at Canadian giving (S2:E5)

Aug 09 2017
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Michael Alberg-Seberich is a professional who serves multiple foundations and corporate philanthropy programs as Managing Director at Beyond Philanthropy based in Berlin, Germany.  This year he benefited from a six-month research sabbatical in Canada where he received the CKX Philanthropy in Canada and Mercator Fellowship. Listen in today to hear what he thinks are the highlights and challenges of Canadian ... Read More

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Rank #9: Brian Stiller: Sowing seeds of generosity (S2:E4)

Jul 11 2017
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Brian Stiller takes us on an epic journey through a lifetime of taking risks and living by faith in this interview for the Stronger Philanthropy Podcast.  He grew up in Saskatchewan where he learned early on that seeds must be cast into the soil and die before they would produce life.  In like manner, he states that philanthropy can also ... Read More

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Rank #10: Brian Stiller: Sowing seeds of generosity (S2:E4)

Jul 11 2017
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Brian Stiller takes us on an epic journey through a lifetime of taking risks and living by faith in this interview for the Stronger Philanthropy Podcast.  He grew up in Saskatchewan where he learned early on that seeds must be cast into the soil and die before they would produce life.  In like manner, he states that philanthropy can also ... Read More

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Rank #11: Amy Goldman: A design-build approach to social good (S2:E3)

Mar 23 2017
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Many foundations tend toward being reactive in their philanthropy – waiting until others ask before they consider giving.  In our third episode of the second season, Amy Goldman throws that tired model on its head.  Under her leadership, GHR Foundation proactively invites and encourages a collaborative approach to improving communities, involving not just other donors but charities, businesses, and social sector leaders worldwide. ... Read More

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Rank #12: Amy Goldman: A design-build approach to social good (S2:E3)

Mar 23 2017
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Many foundations tend toward being reactive in their philanthropy – waiting until others ask before they consider giving.  In our third episode of the second season, Amy Goldman throws that tired model on its head.  Under her leadership, GHR Foundation proactively invites and encourages a collaborative approach to improving communities, involving not just other donors but charities, businesses, and social sector leaders worldwide. ... Read More

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Rank #13: Chris Wignall: Organic philanthropy (S2:E2)

Mar 14 2017
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Chris Wignall is the Executive Director of the Catalyst Foundation, an Oakville, Ontario-based family foundation that believes its role is more than that of writing a cheque.  They have modelled a beautifully organic pathway forward for philanthropists who seek deeper involvement with charity life.  Yes, funding is a part of their contribution, but more, they offer capacity building to charities ... Read More

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Rank #14: Chris Wignall: Organic philanthropy (S2:E2)

Mar 14 2017
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Chris Wignall is the Executive Director of the Catalyst Foundation, an Oakville, Ontario-based family foundation that believes its role is more than that of writing a cheque.  They have modelled a beautifully organic pathway forward for philanthropists who seek deeper involvement with charity life.  Yes, funding is a part of their contribution, but more, they offer capacity building to charities ... Read More

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Rank #15: Steve Moore: Taking the long view (S2:E1)

Jan 31 2017
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As we begin the second season of the Stronger Philanthropy Podcast, we hear from Dr. Steve Moore, CEO of a significant endowment in the Pacific Northwest, the Murdock Trust.   This trust lives out the dream of its founder, Jack Murdock, to serve individuals, families and communities across the Pacific Northwest by providing grants and enrichment programs to organizations that strengthen the ... Read More

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Rank #16: Steve Moore: Taking the long view (S2:E1)

Jan 31 2017
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As we begin the second season of the Stronger Philanthropy Podcast, we hear from Dr. Steve Moore, CEO of a significant endowment in the Pacific Northwest, the Murdock Trust.   This trust lives out the dream of its founder, Jack Murdock, to serve individuals, families and communities across the Pacific Northwest by providing grants and enrichment programs to organizations that strengthen the ... Read More

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Rank #17: Christa Hesselink: Walking together (Episode 017)

Dec 02 2016
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Christa Hesselink is the Director of Next Generation Engagement at BIC Canada, a nimble, innovative Canadian denomination that took a leap of faith this year in offering a round of grants for young social entrepreneurs. Stronger Philanthropy walked together with them by providing a grant process and infrastructure as well as financially supporting the endeavour. The Spark Initiative attracted 43 applications from across ... Read More

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Rank #18: Christa Hesselink: Walking together (Episode 017)

Dec 02 2016
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Christa Hesselink is the Director of Next Generation Engagement at BIC Canada, a nimble, innovative Canadian denomination that took a leap of faith this year in offering a round of grants for young social entrepreneurs. Stronger Philanthropy walked together with them by providing a grant process and infrastructure as well as financially supporting the endeavour. The Spark Initiative attracted 43 applications from across ... Read More

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Rank #19: David King: Schooled in philanthropy (Episode 016)

Nov 11 2016
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The Lake Institute on Faith and Giving researches the role of religion in philanthropic efforts, and is part of Indiana University’s Lilly School of Philanthropy in Indianapolis. Today’s guest, Dr. David P. King, leads this unique institute, which highlights and honours the profound, yet often neglected, role of religion in philanthropy. In the interview we discuss the extent of giving in the ... Read More

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Rank #20: David King: Schooled in philanthropy (Episode 016)

Nov 11 2016
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The Lake Institute on Faith and Giving researches the role of religion in philanthropic efforts, and is part of Indiana University’s Lilly School of Philanthropy in Indianapolis. Today’s guest, Dr. David P. King, leads this unique institute, which highlights and honours the profound, yet often neglected, role of religion in philanthropy. In the interview we discuss the extent of giving in the ... Read More

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Rank #1: Greg Pennoyer: Power to shape culture (S2:E8)

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Greg Pennoyer is the Director of Faith in Canada 150, a sesquicentennial project of Cardus, which highlights and celebrates the role of faith and religion in Canadian life over our 150 year history. As well, he founded the Roundtable, a membership association for Canadian faith-based philanthropy, and is a key voice for recovering the gift of the arts by people ... Read More

Nov 15 2017
23 mins
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Rank #2: Greg Pennoyer: Power to shape culture (S2:E8)

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Greg Pennoyer is the Director of Faith in Canada 150, a sesquicentennial project of Cardus, which highlights and celebrates the role of faith and religion in Canadian life over our 150 year history. As well, he founded the Roundtable, a membership association for Canadian faith-based philanthropy, and is a key voice for recovering the gift of the arts by people ... Read More

Nov 15 2017
23 mins
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Rank #3: Greg Pennoyer: Philanthropy and being human (S2:E7)

Podcast cover
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Greg Pennoyer is the Director of Faith in Canada 150, a sesquicentennial project of Cardus, which highlights and celebrates the role of faith and religion in Canadian life over our 150 year history. As well, he founded the Roundtable, a membership association for Canadian faith-based philanthropy, and is a key voice for recovering the gift of the arts by people ... Read More

Oct 18 2017
35 mins
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Rank #4: Greg Pennoyer: Philanthropy and being human (S2:E7)

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Greg Pennoyer is the Director of Faith in Canada 150, a sesquicentennial project of Cardus, which highlights and celebrates the role of faith and religion in Canadian life over our 150 year history. As well, he founded the Roundtable, a membership association for Canadian faith-based philanthropy, and is a key voice for recovering the gift of the arts by people ... Read More

Oct 18 2017
35 mins
Play Now

Rank #5: Lance Robinson: Strategic focus (S2:E6)

Podcast cover
Read more

The Stronger Philanthropy Podcast is pleased to introduce listeners to Lance Robinson, the CEO of Equitas Group, a Knoxville, Tennessee-based foundation.   Lance brings a strategic and thoughtful focus to his family’s philanthropy.  This process is often a challenge for other wealthy families.  Under Lance’s leadership, he has ensured the foundation will do more than just give reactive grants, but ... Read More

Sep 13 2017
31 mins
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Rank #6: Lance Robinson: Strategic focus (S2:E6)

Podcast cover
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The Stronger Philanthropy Podcast is pleased to introduce listeners to Lance Robinson, the CEO of Equitas Group, a Knoxville, Tennessee-based foundation.   Lance brings a strategic and thoughtful focus to his family’s philanthropy.  This process is often a challenge for other wealthy families.  Under Lance’s leadership, he has ensured the foundation will do more than just give reactive grants, but ... Read More

Sep 13 2017
31 mins
Play Now

Rank #7: Michael Alberg-Seberich: A European looks at Canadian giving (S2:E5)

Podcast cover
Read more

Michael Alberg-Seberich is a professional who serves multiple foundations and corporate philanthropy programs as Managing Director at Beyond Philanthropy based in Berlin, Germany.  This year he benefited from a six-month research sabbatical in Canada where he received the CKX Philanthropy in Canada and Mercator Fellowship. Listen in today to hear what he thinks are the highlights and challenges of Canadian ... Read More

Aug 09 2017
34 mins
Play Now

Rank #8: Michael Alberg-Seberich: A European looks at Canadian giving (S2:E5)

Podcast cover
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Michael Alberg-Seberich is a professional who serves multiple foundations and corporate philanthropy programs as Managing Director at Beyond Philanthropy based in Berlin, Germany.  This year he benefited from a six-month research sabbatical in Canada where he received the CKX Philanthropy in Canada and Mercator Fellowship. Listen in today to hear what he thinks are the highlights and challenges of Canadian ... Read More

Aug 09 2017
34 mins
Play Now

Rank #9: Brian Stiller: Sowing seeds of generosity (S2:E4)

Podcast cover
Read more

Brian Stiller takes us on an epic journey through a lifetime of taking risks and living by faith in this interview for the Stronger Philanthropy Podcast.  He grew up in Saskatchewan where he learned early on that seeds must be cast into the soil and die before they would produce life.  In like manner, he states that philanthropy can also ... Read More

Jul 11 2017
32 mins
Play Now

Rank #10: Brian Stiller: Sowing seeds of generosity (S2:E4)

Podcast cover
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Brian Stiller takes us on an epic journey through a lifetime of taking risks and living by faith in this interview for the Stronger Philanthropy Podcast.  He grew up in Saskatchewan where he learned early on that seeds must be cast into the soil and die before they would produce life.  In like manner, he states that philanthropy can also ... Read More

Jul 11 2017
32 mins
Play Now

Rank #11: Amy Goldman: A design-build approach to social good (S2:E3)

Podcast cover
Read more

Many foundations tend toward being reactive in their philanthropy – waiting until others ask before they consider giving.  In our third episode of the second season, Amy Goldman throws that tired model on its head.  Under her leadership, GHR Foundation proactively invites and encourages a collaborative approach to improving communities, involving not just other donors but charities, businesses, and social sector leaders worldwide. ... Read More

Mar 23 2017
28 mins
Play Now

Rank #12: Amy Goldman: A design-build approach to social good (S2:E3)

Podcast cover
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Many foundations tend toward being reactive in their philanthropy – waiting until others ask before they consider giving.  In our third episode of the second season, Amy Goldman throws that tired model on its head.  Under her leadership, GHR Foundation proactively invites and encourages a collaborative approach to improving communities, involving not just other donors but charities, businesses, and social sector leaders worldwide. ... Read More

Mar 23 2017
28 mins
Play Now

Rank #13: Chris Wignall: Organic philanthropy (S2:E2)

Podcast cover
Read more

Chris Wignall is the Executive Director of the Catalyst Foundation, an Oakville, Ontario-based family foundation that believes its role is more than that of writing a cheque.  They have modelled a beautifully organic pathway forward for philanthropists who seek deeper involvement with charity life.  Yes, funding is a part of their contribution, but more, they offer capacity building to charities ... Read More

Mar 14 2017
32 mins
Play Now

Rank #14: Chris Wignall: Organic philanthropy (S2:E2)

Podcast cover
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Chris Wignall is the Executive Director of the Catalyst Foundation, an Oakville, Ontario-based family foundation that believes its role is more than that of writing a cheque.  They have modelled a beautifully organic pathway forward for philanthropists who seek deeper involvement with charity life.  Yes, funding is a part of their contribution, but more, they offer capacity building to charities ... Read More

Mar 14 2017
32 mins
Play Now

Rank #15: Steve Moore: Taking the long view (S2:E1)

Podcast cover
Read more

As we begin the second season of the Stronger Philanthropy Podcast, we hear from Dr. Steve Moore, CEO of a significant endowment in the Pacific Northwest, the Murdock Trust.   This trust lives out the dream of its founder, Jack Murdock, to serve individuals, families and communities across the Pacific Northwest by providing grants and enrichment programs to organizations that strengthen the ... Read More

Jan 31 2017
30 mins
Play Now

Rank #16: Steve Moore: Taking the long view (S2:E1)

Podcast cover
Read more

As we begin the second season of the Stronger Philanthropy Podcast, we hear from Dr. Steve Moore, CEO of a significant endowment in the Pacific Northwest, the Murdock Trust.   This trust lives out the dream of its founder, Jack Murdock, to serve individuals, families and communities across the Pacific Northwest by providing grants and enrichment programs to organizations that strengthen the ... Read More

Jan 31 2017
30 mins
Play Now

Rank #17: Christa Hesselink: Walking together (Episode 017)

Podcast cover
Read more

Christa Hesselink is the Director of Next Generation Engagement at BIC Canada, a nimble, innovative Canadian denomination that took a leap of faith this year in offering a round of grants for young social entrepreneurs. Stronger Philanthropy walked together with them by providing a grant process and infrastructure as well as financially supporting the endeavour. The Spark Initiative attracted 43 applications from across ... Read More

Dec 02 2016
33 mins
Play Now

Rank #18: Christa Hesselink: Walking together (Episode 017)

Podcast cover
Read more

Christa Hesselink is the Director of Next Generation Engagement at BIC Canada, a nimble, innovative Canadian denomination that took a leap of faith this year in offering a round of grants for young social entrepreneurs. Stronger Philanthropy walked together with them by providing a grant process and infrastructure as well as financially supporting the endeavour. The Spark Initiative attracted 43 applications from across ... Read More

Dec 02 2016
33 mins
Play Now

Rank #19: David King: Schooled in philanthropy (Episode 016)

Podcast cover
Read more

The Lake Institute on Faith and Giving researches the role of religion in philanthropic efforts, and is part of Indiana University’s Lilly School of Philanthropy in Indianapolis. Today’s guest, Dr. David P. King, leads this unique institute, which highlights and honours the profound, yet often neglected, role of religion in philanthropy. In the interview we discuss the extent of giving in the ... Read More

Nov 11 2016
26 mins
Play Now

Rank #20: David King: Schooled in philanthropy (Episode 016)

Podcast cover
Read more

The Lake Institute on Faith and Giving researches the role of religion in philanthropic efforts, and is part of Indiana University’s Lilly School of Philanthropy in Indianapolis. Today’s guest, Dr. David P. King, leads this unique institute, which highlights and honours the profound, yet often neglected, role of religion in philanthropy. In the interview we discuss the extent of giving in the ... Read More

Nov 11 2016
26 mins
Play Now