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Podcast: Stephanie Sandler, Full Circle Philanthropy

Stephanie Sandler, Founder of Full Circle Philanthropy join our host Roy Kessel to discuss the best way for athletes to set their philanthropic agenda and how they can ensure that they make a lasting impact which extends well beyond their playing career.

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Sports Philanthropy Newsstand, August 23, 2019

As the summer winds down, and we start feeling the weather getting cooler, take a look at some of these great stories which continue to heat up the sports philanthropy environment! We are so thankful about the positive feedback we have received for the Sports Philanthropy World Congress. We hope you will join us next year!

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Podcast: Philip Leopold, Sports Works

Listen in to this week’s Sports Philanthropy Podcast as Philip Leopold, Managing Partner of Sports Works joins our host Roy Kessel. Philip shares his insight into his “C-Suite” Sports Marketing Consulting and discussed his experiences working with the Vatican on their initiative “Sports and Faith at the Service of Humanity.”

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Newsstand

Sports Philanthropy Newsstand, August 16, 2019

Last week’s Sports Philanthropy World Congress was a tremendous success. Take a look at the overviews which were posted by some of our attendees and keep your eyes open as we prepare the photographs and video to post by the end of the month!

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Podcast: Christine Pinalto, Sidelined USA

This week’s Sports Philanthropy Podcast features Christine Pinalto, Executive Director and Co-Founder of Sidelined USA. Christine joins our host Roy Kessel, as they explore the reasons which triggered Christine to launch this organization based on her son’s experiences with being medically disqualified from participating in sports.

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Sports Philanthropy Newsstand, August 9, 2019

There is a plethora of news around the Sports Philanthropy world this week that makes it amazing to see all of the philanthropic efforts being done around the country. Summer may be coming to a close but philanthropy does not have an end date.

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