Why is Pro Advocate Radio needed?
We have traditional news media and social media to spotlight charities and to expose issues, but are they enough challenge the status quo?
Our broadcast is about giving child advocates, non-profit organizations, legal and healthcare professionals, policy makers and other leaders who serve well a bigger footprint – or greater reach for compelling messages and to increase engagement. Consider Pro Advocate Radio as a big welcome mat for those with important stories to tell and the ability to make a difference for others.
Advocates: you deserve the time and space to cover topics that may not otherwise get the air time needed to get the desired results. Social Entrepreneurs are another type of advocate we are seeking, especially if what you offer is needed by many, ready to be mainstreamed and past the early or pre-funding stage.
Have you ever seen a short story about great work being done…
…and felt like you were left hanging?
What about when you discovered an urgent need being met unexpectedly, but realized there was more to the story than what was aired or printed? We are here to address the needs of our community more thoroughly, and to keep the conversation going.
The common thread throughout our broadcasts is about uplifting and recognizing those who invest, giving of their time, talent and energy, to solve problems, drive change and save lives. Are you an advocate, involved in policy, enforcement of protections, working in your business or volunteering to improve outcomes for others? We need your input and welcome you to connect with us and join our broadcasts!
Game-changing ideas, collaborating to create and fund solutions to problems, make for exceptionally engaging discussions. If there is resistance to transparency or change around a particular problem, the debate becomes that much more compelling!
We’ll continue talking about trending troubles and needed solutions in our next series, especially those focused on mental health challenges, child protection, trauma recovery for veterans, children and others who need to be heard. There is no shortage of worthy topics, and we are fortunate to be surrounded by committed social entrepreneurs and advocates ready to keep you informed and engaged. Make sure to follow and share with us on Twitter, Facebook and with me on LinkedIn – we want to know more about your work and about the difference you’re making.
Whether you listen to our broadcast or learn from a printed post, don’t forget to use your own voice, time and talent, to contribute where and when you can.