Hear the latest Economic Crisis audio from 1051thebuzz.com
Dollar For Portland 102917
AN INTERVIEW WITH JARED WALKER, CEO AND FOUNDER OF DOLLAR FOR PORTLAND, A LOCAL NON-PROFIT HELPING LOCAL FAMILIES PAY MEDICAL EXPENSES.
you're going through. And medical crisis you shouldn't have to go through financial crisis and that is just how it works and it's devastating to see it but. You know. People here when you're fearing for
American Foundation For Suicide Prevention 091717
AN INTERVIEW WITH RYAN PRICE WITH AMERICAN FOUNDATION FOR SUICIDE PREVENTION ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO AND THEIR FUNDRAISING WALKS COMING IN OCTOBER.
we didn't seem. An increased rate after you know related to the financial crisis and in 2000 opinion in in general. Suicide rates are on the rise and our country. And about in Oregon in general
Oregon Energy Fund 111316
AN INTERVIEW WITH BRIAN ALLBRITTON, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OR OREGON ENERGY FUND ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO SUPPORTING ENERGY ASSISTANCE IN OUR AREA AND THEIR FUNDRAISING EFFORTS.
down. But if we can you find yourself in some sort of financial crisis that that's who we're there for. In addition there's been. It or never got a rural urban divide it. It is important
St Paul Rodeo JCCF 062815
AN INTERVIEW WITH SUE COLEMAN WITH THE ST. PAUL RODEO AND CINDY SCHONHOLTZ CEO WITH THE JUSTIN COWBOY CRISIS FUND ABOUT THE RODEO AND HOW THE JCCF HELPS INJURED COWBOYS.
felt. Can you give us more examples of of how the just economic crisis fund has helped out rodeo athletes. Yeah there's any number of different ways that can happen but generally it's a monthly back
Union Gospel Mission 12.21.14
AN INTERVIEW WITH BILL RUSSELL, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR WITH UNION GOSPEL MISSION, ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO FEEDING THE HOMELESS IN PORTLAND AND THEIR CHRISTMAS PLANS AT THE MISSION.
I think you know a gale we we referred to. The current economic crisis . We'll probably see more more people. Who since 2009. Just fell through the cracks they may have had a a medical emergency.
Union Gospel Mission 11.2.14
AN INTERVIEW WITH BILL RUSSELL, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR WITH UNION GOSPEL MISSION, ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO FEEDING THE HOMELESS IN PORTLAND AND THEIR THANKSGIVING PLANS AT THE MISSION.
I think you know a gale we we referred to. The current economic crisis . We'll probably see more more people who since 2009. Just fell through the cracks they may have had a a medical emergency.
Oregon Food Bank
A discussion with Rachel Bristol, the CEO of the Oregon Food Bank, about the growing issue of hunger in Oregon and what you can do to help them quell the rising tide. Please listen and help where you can. www.oregonfoodbank.com
about what you can do to help out in this. Time of economic crisis has a lot of people out there hungry. More more people than you might think and people who were probably closer to
Saving Physical Education
A discussion with Drew Mahalic, the CEO of the Oregon Sports Authority, about the very real danger we're in of losing Physical Education from Portland Public Schools.
They can really use the money because we we are facing. A financial crisis that's why that's why he you know physical education is under attack -- work. What we wanna make sure is that whatever
I'm not sure had they know in the that there would be financial crisis after financial crisis that they would they would want to run again but there are people that truly care. About all of the welfare of
ESCAPE - Child Abuse Charity
A discussion with Jess Armas, the director of Escape, a child abuse prevention organization about what they do, and their upcoming charity concert.
it down 2000 -- The president parent in part. Because. This program financial crisis then since. -- -- so well we don't wanna raise funds every other month. To keep going because we've been accepted that
Emergency Community Relief Fund
President and CEO of the local United Way, Marc Levy, talks about efforts to raise money for an emergency community relief fund to help those in need during these tough economic times.
and southwest Washington. I'm your host Joe -- -- -- the global economic crisis has definitely hit hard locally. Layoffs evictions and the rising cost of basic services. So as a result of the local chapter