Philanthropy Live! RecapsSponsor: The Redwoods Group
For more a decade, NAYDO attendees have been making a positive impact on our conference host cities.
2022 Philanthropy Live! RecapSponsor: The Redwoods Group
In 2022, The Redwoods Group provided the leadership for the workshop series initiated at the 2021 Virtual Conference and supported in-person projects as well.
Part 1 - The Anti-Racist Y: The Work Ahead Recording
Part 2 - The Anti-Racist YMCA: How We Fund the Work Recording
2022 projects included Coastal Cleanup-Keep Tampa Bay Beautiful, Camp Cristina, Feeding Tampa Bay, Metropolitan Ministries.
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2021 Philanthropy Live! Recap
Due to the pandemic, local community service projects were not possible for NAYDO 2021. Philanthropy Live! focused instead on an important community issue that included a two part series in the NAYDO 2021 Virtual Conference. The recordings are provided below:
Part 1: The Anti-Racist YMCA: How Are We Called to Serve?
Part 2: The Anti-Racist YMCAs: Funding the Work
2020 Philanthropy Live! Projects, almost all of which sold out, were not conducted because of the last-minute cancellation of the NAYDO 2020 Conference due to the worldwide coronavirus pandemic. Thank you to Donnie Shaw, YMCA of Metro Washington, for his leadership on the design and promotion of those projects.
2019 Philanthropy Live! Recap
Founded by The Redwoods Group, Philanthropy Live! celebrated its ninth year in Indianapolis. Volunteers participated in five projects at Laurelwood - Intercollegiate YMCA, Benjamin Harrison YMCA, Gleaners Food Bank, and Hoosier Veterans Assistance Foundation.
2019 Philanthropy Live! video
2018 Philanthropy Live! Recap
In our eighth year, volunteers, sponsored by The Redwoods Group, participated in the following projects in the New Orleans area: unCommon Construction, Coalition to Restore Coastal Louisiana (CRCL), Belle Chasse YMCA Community Garden, and ARC Mardi Gras Bead Project.
2017 Philanthropy Live! Recap
The Redwoods Group enthusiastically supported our NAYDO 2017 conference attendees as they participated in these projects in the San Diego area: YMCA Camp Surf, International Rescue Committee Fresh Farm Community Garden, Father Joe's Villages, Take Back the Alley, and YMCA Turning Point and Tommie's Place.
Watch a video from 2017 Philanthropy LIVE!
2016 Philanthropy Live! Recap
Thanks to the generous support of The Redwoods Group, NAYDO 2016 conference attendees participated in these projects that included two in Canada: Windsor-Essex YMCA Newcomer Program, Windsor-Essex County Community Garden Collective, Back Alley Bikes, Gleaners Community Food Bank, Michigan Urban Farm Initiative and Greening of Detroit.
Watch a video from 2016 Philanthropy LIVE!