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

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

Lance Robinson: Strategic focus (S2:E6)

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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

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

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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

Brian Stiller: Sowing seeds of generosity (S2:E4)

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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

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

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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