This week on the Community of Big Hearts, Stu speaks with the Executive Director of Take Pride Winnipeg, Tom Ethans!
This week on the Community of Big Hearts, Stu speaks with Angela Taylor, Founder and CEO of Inspire Community Outreach. https://inspirecommunityoutreach.ca/
This week on the Community of Big Hearts, Stu speaks with Alexandra Blinder, a local Winnipeg financial professional who makes time to volunteer to better local organizations in a big way.
Episode 3: The Meth Crisis is Leaving 145,000 Used Needles On The Street For These Volunteers to Pick Up
This week on the Community of Big Hearts, Stu speaks with Angela Klassen, a leader from a local organization – Bear Clan – making a big impact on Winnipeg streets.
On this episode, Stu and Producer Ryan discuss Maslow’s Motivation Model and how giving to your community can help you attain the highest human need that we are all striving to accomplish on that very well defined psychological model!
Roger Berrington is making a massive difference in the lives of youth in our city. As founder and Executive Director of CanU, Roger and his team have made nutrition, health, academia, and leadership their focus, in the hopes that students in grades 5-12 can live up to their potential. In this episode Roger brings with...
This episode of the Community of Big Hearts features Lisa Moore Director of People & Culture at Intellijoint Surgical and Rebecca Lewis, Marketing Director at Intellijoint Surgical about how they helped patients battle loneliness during COVID-19.
On this episode Stu talks with the Chief Operating Officer of Earls Restaurant and Bar, Craig Blize. Together they talk about how Earl’s pivoted during the COVID-19 pandemic and what business looks like inside of one of our nations favourite meet up spots for food, drink, and experiences.
This week on the Community of Big Hearts Stu Starkey speaks with Chief Executive Officer of Winnipeg Harvest, Keren Taylor-Hughes.
This week on the Community of Big Hearts, Stu Starkey speaks with the owners of Sudwest Gyro and learns how despite going through a difficult time they are STILL giving back to their community! A truly great example of community giving and dedication.
In this episode of the CBH, Stu speaks with Shelley McArthur Everett, Principal of SMC Communications a Vancouver-based public relations and digital marketing consultancy who played a major role in helping local business rise up and win during the COVID-19 crisis. For more information on Breaking Bread please visit: https://breakingbreadnow.com/ SMC Communications: https://www.shelleymcarthur.com/
Since the closing of the city’s courts due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Toronto’s “Biking Lawyer” David Shellnutt, who has a background in humanitarian work, has been putting his focus toward something new: helping isolated, vulnerable people get the supplies they need during this time!
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