Philanthropy in Phocus – Recap & Announcement 5.14.2021

Connecting with The Corporate Source

The Corporate Source (TCS) is a 501c3 nonprofit organization dedicated to improving employment equity for individuals with disability. TCS achieves this with dynamic collaborations within the federal, state and private sector by providing outsourcing business services including: disinfecting and janitorial services, total facilities management, mailroom operations, call center support, messenger services, kennel care and more. In the process, TCS helps its partners meet their Corporate Social Responsibility objectives to increase disability employment, inclusion and acceptance.

Michael Kramer is Chief Executive Officer of The Corporate Source, a nonprofit organization based in Garden City that is dedicated to creating employment opportunities for individuals with disabilities and providing services leading to independence and fulfillment. Celebrating its 25th year changing lives, TCS creates these opportunities through outsourcing service fulfillment to federal, state and private sector contracts, employing a workforce of nearly 400 throughout New York City, Long Island, Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands.

Watch the entire interview as it streamed on Facebook.

Tune in next week when I’ll be interviewing Eileen Minogue and Amy Zaslansky from The Book Fairies. The Book Fairies have given away 2.5 million books to penitentiaries, homeless shelters, schools, and other places in need.

Philanthropy in Phocus – Recap & Announcement 2.26.2021

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How Nonprofit New York makes an Impact

Today’s guest is Taina Sanon, who’s the Programs Director of Nonprofit New York. We will discuss how Nonprofit New York Educates, Advocates & Networks on behalf of its 1700+ Nonprofit members.

Hear more of Tommy D’s podcasts: https://www.talkradio.nyc/shows/philanthropy-in-phocus

Introducing the Non-Profit Fireside Chat [Video]

Introducing the Non-Profit Fireside Chat, a discussion for nonprofits with nonprofit leaders. Thanks to our recent guests:

Katie McGowan – HorseAbilty

Renee Flagler – Girls Inc. of Long Island

Mark Cox – Big Brothers Big Sisters of Long Island

Specials thanks to Christine Deska, as well!

To view the complete Fireside Chat, click here: https://youtu.be/LHmDvriMA40