Brackets for Good & Fundraising Madness

Released June 7, 2017.
According to Brackets For Good co-founder, Matt Duncan, fundraising should be fun! How has the Indianapolis-based charitable organization helped to transform the landscape of nonprofit fundraising? What role does innovation play in the future of fundraising? And how have such efforts allowed Neighborhood Christian Legal Clinic to use humor and creativity to capture the attention of new donors?Along with Clinic Executive Director Chris Purnell, Matt and his colleague Reid McDowell answer these questions and share humorous stories about their brackets-style competition and the fundraising madness that has raised over $6.35 million dollars for nonprofit organizations nationwide.

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Immigration & Refugees: Part 2

Released September 12, 2016.
What kinds of things might bar a refugee or immigrant from entering the United States? What is our obligation as a UN nation to helping refugees? And what role does faith play in providing services to them? In Part 2 of our special two-part series on Immigration and Refugees, Director of Outreach & Immigration Services at Exodus Refugee Megan Hochbein and Immigrant Justice Program Staff Attorney Rachel Van Tyle answer these questions and share some of their favorite moments working with refugees.

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Immigration & Refugees: Part 1

Released July 25, 2016.
What exactly is a refugee? What kinds of screening processes do refugees undergo before entering the United States? What barriers do they typically face and what kinds of services are available to help them integrate into our community? Join host Ashley Caveda for Part 1 of our special two-part series on Immigration and Refugees. She discusses common questions and misconceptions regarding refugees with Director of Outreach & Immigration Services at Exodus Refugee Megan Hochbein and Immigrant Justice Program Staff Attorney Rachel Van Tyle.

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