The Dirt on Love
By Laundry Love
The Dirt on Love podcast is an inside look at the heart of Laundry Love, a national human care initiative and non-profit washing the clothes and bedding of low/no income families and persons. Each episode will introduce you to the people, their stories, and what they are learning about themselves as they lead a Laundry Love location in their city, neighborhood, or town. Welcome to the Dirt on Love.
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Wash Cycle 9
This week on The Dirt on Love we introduce the EarthBreeze and Laundry Love partnership. Joining the podcast are Jon Wedel, CEO of EarthBreeze, and Ginger Lamb director of partnerships & impact. Learn more about EarthBreeze - https://www.earthbreeze.com
May 03, 2021
Wash Cycle 8
Andy is the Executive Director at Ashby House Community Services and a Deacon in the Episcopal Chuch. He has over twenty years of experience working in non-profit organizations and faith communities. Much of his time has been dedicated to creating and implementing initiatives and programs that support individuals and families facing tremendous hardship, including issues of substance use, poverty, death and dying, homelessness, incarceration, and spiritual and emotional crisis. Andy helped start and facilitate Four Laundry Love locations in Kansas City and Salina KS and served as a Laundry Love Coach for several years. He is married to his high school sweetheart and has three beautiful children.
April 26, 2021
Wash Cycle 7
This week on The Dirt on Love, Stephanie Maass joins us and takes us on an amazing story ride of 12+ years with the Laundry Love family. Stephanie is a faithful community advocate. She has been involved in local and global non-profit work for over 25 years. Stephanie serves on the Board of Directors for Serve NWA and Laundry Love National. Her work with Laundry Love over the past 12+ years has opened her eyes to the vulnerability of people living on the margins. Everyone deserves their dignity recognized. She has been married to her first love for over 27 years and keeps busy raising & launching 5 daughters to be world changers. email: email@example.com More info about Laundry Love: https://laundrylove.org
April 19, 2021
Wash Cycle 6
This week The Dirt on Love welcomes Gilda Alvarez from Salina Kansas. For the last 8 years Gilda has served and led Laundry Love Salina, which now hosts three Laundry Love locations. On this wash cycle you will learn from Gilda why "community" is central to Laundry Love and why she keeps showing up. We talk through adding additional Laundry Love locations in your city - how to do this, why do this, and what to consider and prepare for. Serving 90 families a month for 8 years is a wonderful story. Listen in. @laundrylovesalina Learn more about Laundry Love here: https://laundrylove.org
April 05, 2021
Wash Cycle 5
This week The Dirt on Love welcomes Charles Lee, long time friend and laundry lover. Charles & Tina Lee are founders of Ideation, an idea-execution company that hustles with innovative people & their world-shaping ideas by co-creating custom solutions that deliver remarkable impact at the intersection of purpose & profit. Ideation specializes in helping brands scale their business by effectively integrating their strategic plans into day-to-day implementation. Charles was the first to start a Laundry Love location in the Los Angeles/South Bay area of California. He serves as a Laundry Love board member and an advocate for the mission and expansion. This podcast is very helpful and important. You can learn more about Ideation by going to https://theideation.com @charlestlee Charles@theideation.com More info about Laundry Love here: https://laundrylove.org
March 29, 2021
Wash Cycle 4
This week we welcome Jason Snyder from Vancouver Washington. A long time friend, Jason and Amy have been part of Laundry Love for 10+ years. Buying a laundromat in Rose Village neighborhood of Vancouver, Jason and Amy have served countless family and persons, partnered with groups, and hired folk to be a presence in the neighborhood. When the laundromat was bought, it was renamed Laundry Love, and a Laundry Love was hosted each and every week. This is an amazing story of risk, challenge, dignity and love. Learn more on social media @laundrylovevancouver. firstname.lastname@example.org More info about Laundry Love: https://laundrylove.org
March 22, 2021
Wash Cycle 3
This week we welcome Scott Overpeck to The Dirt on Love. Scott started and leads Laundry Love Santa Ana in California. The conversation ranges from dance parties, to joy, to creating team/volunteer culture, to personal transformation, to the importance of social networks & relationship. Scott ends this podcast reminding us of how Laundry Love is about friendship that ends cycles of poverty. Contact Scott at Scottoverpeck@gmail.com More info about Laundry Love: https://laundrylove.org
March 15, 2021
Wash Cycle 2
This week we hear from Richard Markiewicz from south Florida. In 2019 Laundry Love South Florida began and the journey has been life giving to him personally and to those who find themselves struggling. Like many Laundry Love stories this is one of beauty and goodness. Listen in. More info about Laundry Love here: https://laundrylove.org
March 08, 2021
Wash Cycle 1
Listen in as the longest standing Laundry Love effort in Portland shares their dirt on love.
March 01, 2021
Dirt On Love Podcast- Trailer
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February 21, 2021