Giving Intelligence Podcast Giving Intelligence Podcast Giving Intelligence is a podcast dedicated to exploring the impact of leading non-profits and the meaningful ways to support their mission. Join us as we delve into the stories of organizations making a difference all around the world and learn about the challenges they face and the innovative solutions they bring to the table. With a focus on effective giving, we'll also be discussing the importance of making well-thought-out charitable contributions. While writing a check can do a lot of good, there are often more effective ways to give.Whether you're an experienced philanthropist or just looking to make a difference, Giving Intelligence is your guide to making the most of your giving in your community.New episodes will drop the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month.For a copy of Mitchell's White Paper - "Eight Proven Strategies to Magnify Your Charitable Gifts", please email Mitchell at firstname.lastname@example.orgIf you would like to meet with Mitchell one-on-one to discuss how effective charitable giving and mulit-generational wealth management can be a part of your overall financial planning process, you can schedule an appointment with him here: Episode 6: Robyn Rehak of TreePeopleMitchell interviewed Robin Rehak from Tree People, a 50-year-old Los Angeles organization. The conversation highlighted how TreePeople focuses on environmental conservation and works with communities to build resilient cities. Mitchell shared his personal connection with the organization and emphasized the importance of leaving a legacy through nonprofit organizations. The discussion covered the educational resources provided by TreePeople and then went into the benefits for donors of giving appreciated assets and planned gifts. Episode 5: Mark Greer, CAP of The Transforming Power FundMark joins Mitchell to discuss how he got into community activism, what brought him to The Transforming Power Fund, and the work they do in Social and Environmental Justice in Detroit. They then go into the benefits of donating appreciated assets. Episode 4: Josh Hertz of The People ConcernThe People Concern is one of the largest providers of services for the unhoused in Los Angeles. Mitchell talks with Josh about the interesting path that got him into this line of work and how he's helped donors make donations that helped both The People Concern and their donors beyond writing a check such as gifts of real estate or money from retirement plans. Episode 3: Mike Kallhoff of Make-A-Wish Greater LAMike talks to Mitchell about his personal and professional experiences with Make A Wish. We then go into a discussion about how some passionate donors create opportunities to multiply their gifts by getting others involved. Episode 2: Kayoko Mitsumatsu from Yoga Gives BackIn this episode we talk with Yoga Gives Back founder Kayoko Mitsumatsu on the important work they do in India bringing the next generation out of poverty and the way that the right in-kind donations can make all the difference. Episode 1: Bill Strickland of City of HopeIn this inaugural episode, Mitchell sits down with Bill Strickland from City of Hope. They discuss the important work City of Hope does to help battle Cancer and other diseases. They then dive into Bill's decades of experience as a fundraiser and some techniques donors have used to create more effective gifts than just writing a check.