Rachel interviews Rolanda Montenegro STEPS Executive Director. Rolanda tells Rachel about STEPS (Solutions That Equip People for Success), a free program that helps people in our community through support, accountability, and life coaching to set goals for themselves and accomplish them for a better life.
Rachel interviews Debbie Dickensheets, Executive Director for Recovery Werks. Debbie tells Rachel about Recovery Werks and how they offer free counseling and support to teen, young adults, and the families of those struggling with addiction.
Rachel interviews Terry Robinson Executive Director of the United Way of Comal County. Terry tells Rachel how the United Way functions as a means of distributing funds to local non-profits in our community in a fiscally responsible way.
Kasey Chenault Development Director at Any Baby Can tells Rachel about a free symposium at the McKenna Events Center in July offering information, support, and resources for families that have members with special needs.
Rachel interviews Ashley Woodward Director of Volunteers in Medicine who tells us about how VIM helps those uninsured and low income in our community to receive medical and dental healthcare at the VIM clinic here in New Braunfels.
Rachel interviews Jenna Vinson VP of Advocacy and Outreach with the greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce. Jenna tells Rachel about the Local Business Trade Show in September, The Hispanic Business Alliance Dia De Los Muertos in October and the Youth and Adult Leadership Classes.
Rachel interviews Jamie Olson Program Manager for “Hunters for the Hungry” who tells Rachel about their organization and how they help to feed hungry Texans with donated game meat - facilitated through local food banks and pantries.
Rachel interviews Evan Partee Branch Director for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Comal and Guadalupe Counties. Evan tells Rachel about the upcoming fundraising event on June 14th “Fiesta at the Farmhouse”.
Alice Jewell talks about how the foundation has taken on the very important role of assessing and supporting the social and economic infrastructure in our community as it pertains to the non-profit sector of and how that affects other aspects of the city.