Host Suki Wessling explores the world of educational nonprofits with Karen Haralson and Nancy Birang of Nourishing Generations, which runs after school programs in nutrition and cooking in our local schools. We discuss their program and how it works, but then move on to weightier topics: Why is essential information, that by some estimates could save our country trillions of dollars, relegated to privately funded after school courses? How do tireless nonprofit leaders work to educate every child, young adult, and parent out there when their funding is not guaranteed from year to year? It’s a thorny problem, but one that our local nonprofits deal with as they try to create a better educated, healthier population.
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