A note about our guests with books for sale: For ease of shopping, we provide links to purchase our guests' books on Amazon, however, whenever possible, we encourage you to shop locally at your favorite independent bookstores. If they don't have the book you are looking for, you can always ask them to carry it!
Find more information on Demi's chosen organization Girls, Inc. here.
Listen to Horacio's podcast, the Harrow Podcast on Apple Podcasts and anywhere else you listen to podcasts.
Look for Paul's book, No Love, No Charity: The Success of the 19th Child on Amazon. Dennis James Wood's book about Paul's mother, Love and Charity: The Life and Story of Louise Hunter and the Love and Charity Homeless Shelter is also available on Amazon.
Look for Paul at paullamarhunter.com and on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and TikTok.
You can find Jane, her albums, lessons and tour information at janemonheitonline.com. You can also find her music on Spotify, Apple Music and other platforms.
You can find Terry's book, Sustainable Excellence: Ten Principles To Leading Your Uncommon And Extraordinary Life in hardback, paperback or kindle edition, on Amazon.
Learn more about Christen's World of Urda.
Learn more about Megan's business, Turquoise Sky Custom Spirits, their current signature infusions and how they can work with you to create custom infusions for a special event or unique gift.
Season 2 EP 5: Learn more about Laura, her writing and her animal rescue work, including McCaskill Farm, at www.lauracambymccaskill.com and find her novels "Fallow" and "Her Keepers"at www.iuniverse.com.
Season 2 EP 2: Look for Rob's books, including his most recent, Pets and the Afterlife 4: Messages from Spirit Cats on Amazon and learn more about his work at robgutro.com.
Season 2 EP 1: Look for Harker's book, Until September, on Amazon as both a paperback and Kindle edition and learn more about Los Angeles' Project Angel Food and their important work in the community.
Season 1 EP 17: Our guest, Mike, is the Founder and Chief Strategist of Smirk New Media in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Season 1 EP 16: Interest in finding Thembisa S. Mshaka's blog, the three-part Running While Black documentary, or any of the other projects and links she mentioned? View her Linktree.
Season 1 EP 15: Built Strong Strength Club is designed with the purpose of building strong foundations by balancing flexibility, mobility, strength, conditioning and nutrition; because a strong foundation makes a durable body. Find Will on Instagram.
Season 1 EP 14: Steve's USA Triathlon Foundation Ambassador page. The USA Triathlon Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and the charitable arm of USA Triathlon. Their mission is to transform lives through sport by providing opportunities to swim, bike and run. Find Steve on Instagram.
Season 1 EP 13: The Domestic Tiki's products are made with Aloha. All of their signature CBD products are made start-to-finish in Northern California. Every ingredient is certified Organic and purchased responsibly from Fair Trade small businesses.
Season 1 EP 11: Unfortunately, Redwood High School Education Foundation, mentioned in the episode, has ceased operations. We hope that you will support the mission of your local education foundation.
Season 1 EP 10: Make-A-Wish, the world's leading children's wish-granting organization, creates life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses, operating in every community in the United States and in nearly 50 countries worldwide. Together with generous donors, supporters, staff and more than 24,000 volunteers across the U.S., Make-A-Wish delivers hope and joy to children and their families when they need it most.
Camp Okizu's mission is to help all members of families affected by childhood cancer to heal through peer support, respite, mentoring, and recreational programs. Okizu offers Family Camp, Oncology Camp, SIBS (Special and Important Brothers and Sisters) Camp, Teens-N-Twenties, and Bereaved Teen Weekends, held at Camp Okizu
Keaton’s Child Cancer Alliance's highest purpose is to provide an invaluable resource for thousands of Northern California children with cancer and their families. Keaton’s Child Cancer Alliance provides a network of compassionate support to children with cancer and their families. Our staff, interns, volunteers, and supporters serve as a vital resource for hope to those going through a fight no child or family should have to endure alone.
Season 1 EP 8: Together with millions of supporters, the Humane Society of the United States takes on puppy mills, factory farms, the fur trade, trophy hunting, animal cosmetics testing and other cruel industries. Through our rescue, response and sanctuary work, as well as other hands-on animal care services, we help thousands of animals every year. We fight all forms of animal cruelty to achieve the vision behind our name: a humane society.
Season 1 EP 7: Kitty 911 - K911 is a nonprofit animal rescue that rescues abandoned and displaced cats and dogs who would otherwise remain on the streets and/or be euthanized. Because of their home-based foster volunteers, K911 can help give abandoned, abused and displaced cats a chance at forever homes. By educating the community they reduce the number of senseless deaths by pet overpopulation and disease. K911 pays for all the necessary vetting of each animal prior to adoption. Every K911 pet is spayed/neutered, micro-chipped, and vaccinated with age appropriate vaccines.
Season 1 EP 5: Our guest, Tina, and her son Maddon are the authors of "Fighting for Change: Andrew Yang's Path Forward." Fighting for Change tells the compelling story of Andrew Yang's journey from boyhood to running for President of the United States as the first Chinese-American candidate in the 21st century. This book is now available on Amazon.
Season 1 EP 4: Shark Angels is a shark conservation organization that turns fear into fascination and passion into action. Shark Angels around the world are coming together to focus on areas we can make a real difference – for sharks, the oceans and our planet.