Raise Your Voice – October 24 and 31, 2010

To celebrate Raise your Voice – CFRU’s annual funding drive:

Part One, October 24, 2010:

Podcast: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/16409283/45-RYV102410-steplistening.mp3
Rebecca Anstett talks about one of our most popular topics, Step Parenting. She speaks about how she integrates herself into a family and invites them to join into what she loves to do.

Isabel Hershaw will talk to us about listening: Why is listening important? What do we listen for? How can we improve our listening skills? Taking the time to listen is one of the most important things you can do for your relationships.

Part Two, October 31, 2010 Sharon Lewis and Managing Conflict:

Podcast: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/16409283/46-ryv%20part%202%20oct%2031%202010.mp3
I bet this sounds like a heavy topic. It could have been a VERY scary show for Halloween. It’s not! We talk about how we can see conflict as a way to creatively solve problems.

Raise your Voice – CFRU’s annual funding drive’s goal is to raise $15,000 to:

  • build capacity for spoken word content
  • build a new website, buy new portable recorders, and having funds for special programming and a user-friendly production board

CALL: 8 to 9 AM Sundays October 24th and 31st and donate. Our request line is 519.837.2378 (CFRU).

Donate online: www.CFRU.ca or email me at wendy (at) compassionatesolutions.ca and I’ll thank you on the air with a special gift!

Why donate?

The station gets no corporate funding. All programmers, including me, are volunteers. Family Matters is a unique show helping you create Family Relationships that you love!

When you contribute, you get these gifts in gratitude for your support:

$5.00 Sticker (new design!) and a button
$25 – $49 CFRU Membership and a CD of your choice
$50 – $89 CFRU Membership, CFRU t-shirt (NEW DESIGN!), choice of a CD
$90 – $124 CFRU Membership,CFRU hoodie (NEW DESIGN!), choice of 2 CDS
$125 – $250 CFRU Membership, Choice of Hoodie or t-shirt, choice of 4 CDs  and special prizes!!!

When you support Family Matters, you also get a soft Frisbee (you can use in the house) and or change purse graciously donated by CIBC (Clair and Gordon in Guelph).

1.Initial Consultation with Alexandra Verge (Kura Naturopathic Clinic), valued at $160, for a donation of $175

2. “That All May Read” (DVD) for a donation of $20

3. One hour of empathy with me, valued at $150, for a donation of $160.

4. A CD of an interview I’ve done OR I’ll arrange and record an interview with someone you want to get to know better.

Past Shows on topics of Step Parenting and Listening:






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