And if you haven't heard of these agencies, well, that's the idea. Show host Susan Rich, along with co-host Annemarie Schuetz, are on a year-long quest to tell listeners about how these smaller, under-funded agencies address niche needs in the community.
The goal is to feature one non-profit per day, or five a week for 50 weeks. That's 250 featured agencies over the course of 2013, a number that barely scratches the surface of the endless needs people have, and the agencies that spring up to serve them. In fact, there are more than 1.5 million 501(c)(3) agencies in the US.
Free Service includes YouTube Upload
To qualify, agencies have to be a designated 501(c)(3). They need to provide a 15-second public service announcement, plus some background information about their services. During their live broadcast, Susan and Annemarie talk about the group for a few minutes. After the show, Susan records a video delivering the actual PSA, then uploads it to YouTube and other social media outlets. The entire service is free.
For a show slot, please message the show's Facebook page, Susan Rich Talks. Once the agency is verified as a non-profit, Susan will schedule a date to air the agency's announcement and record the PSA.
About the Talk Show
Susan Rich Talks! airs live weekdays, 9 am PT/Noon ET on All Women's Radio, w4wn.com. The show airs in all 50 states, plus 195 countries. Podcasts are available post-broadcast. Guests include authors, business and lifestyle coaches, health and wellness medical professionals, love and lifestyle experts, inspirational leaders and everyday folk who are making a difference.
About the Hosts
Susan has a journalism degree, and more than 20 years of experience in print, PR, and marketing. Author of You: Famous Speaker, Susan helps authors and coaches launch ther speaking career. She also teaches marketing strategies to business owners.
Annemarie is queen of the Retro Kitchen and a professional baker. To date they have produced more than 200 shows.
Susan Rich: 503.341.6674 / firstname.lastname@example.org / www.susanrichtalks.com