Real Talk Central Florida
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Startup Quest is the new model for entrepreneurship and job-readiness training. The program, which is delivered at no cost to participants, pairs teams of unemployed and underemployed professionals who hold an associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s, or […]
The Center For Independent Living has been building wheelchair assessable ramps in homes for people with disabilities in the central Florida area who are unable to modify their home since 2005. Their goal is to build […]
Did you know that addiction is a disease? If you or anyone you know suffers from an addiction, whether it be from drugs, alcohol or even food, then please listen to this fun Interview I […]
When school lets out for the summer, fewer critical resources are available for Central Florida’s growing population of homeless children.
Make M Smile, now in its 13th year, is happening this Saturday, June 6th 2015 at Lake Eola in downtown Orlando.
The NationalMSsociety.org website defines Multiple Sclerosis as an unpredictable, often disabling disease of the central nervous system that disrupts the flow of information within the brain and between the brain and body! On Real Talk […]
AIDS Walk Orlando is set for this Saturday March 29 at Lake Eola in Downtown Orlando.
Did you know there is a wonderful 70 acre non-profit storybook resort right here in Kissimmee granting wishes to families with children suffering from life threatening illnesses? In partnership with wish granting organizations such as […]
Did you know H.I.V. is no longer the death sentence we once knew it to be? We make the Change hopes to stop the spread of H.I.V. all together by sharing information and instilling knowledge. […]
Mark Schaub is the Relations and Marketing Coordinator at the Orlando Science Center and I love having him on Real Talk, our community show on 1019 which airs every Sunday morning between 6am-7am! He was […]