Giving & Receiving with Rick Kahler

20 hours ago

In The Moment … October 19, 2020 Show 923 Hour 1

COVID, Caring, & Conservation

Aug 4, 2020

In The Moment … August 4, 2020 Show 873 Hour 1

100+Men Who Care

Nov 20, 2019
Chris Laughery

November is a month for thanks and giving. 100+Men Who Care's Sioux Empire Chapter is a fraternal club that meets once per quarter for micro-philanthropy. Co-founder Bryan Anfinson stops by SDPB's Kirby Family Studio in Sioux Falls to explain how the program and how micro-philanthropy works.

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The Economics of Giving

Nov 12, 2019

In The Moment ... November 12, 2019 Show 698 Hour 2

November is a month for "Thanks" and "Giving." In The Moment takes an in-depth look at gratitude and philanthropy in South Dakota. Can practicing gratitude make you happier, healthier, and more connected? What's the role of altruism in the state and how do South Dakotans maximize the value of their generosity?

We spend November thankful, inspired, and determined to make a difference right here at home, culminating in South Dakota's Day of Giving.

South Dakota Day Of Giving 2018 Hour 1

Nov 27, 2018

In The Moment ... November 27, 2018 Show 467 Hour 1

We celebrate generosity, courage and gratitude on this South Dakota Day of Giving.

On today's In The Moment we meet just a few of the hundreds of people and organizations across the state participating in South Dakota's first-ever statewide day of philanthropy. Find the full list at and use the hashtag #ForSouthDakota on social media.


Paula Jensen, South Dakota Day of Giving Advisory Committee

Chynna Lockett

In The Moment ... April 12, 2018 Show 314 Hour 1

What's your first memory of learning to give? Were you placing an offering in a collection plate? Maybe you offered breakfast in bed to your mother alongside a flower perched in a paper cup.

Dr. Dwight Burlingame is one of America's leading thinkers and practitioners in the field of philanthropy. He's in town for the Morning Fill Up at The Garage in Rapid City, sponsored by the Bush Foundation and the Numad Group.

The Frontier Agency is dedicated to helping nonprofit organizations grow and raise funds. The company is based in Nashville and their CEO, Rod Arnold, is a South Dakota native. Arnold talks about the impact of Giving Tuesday campaigns in the state and nationwide. One of the Frontier Agency's clients is Native Hope in Chamberlain.

Giving Tuesday For Native Law Students

Dec 2, 2014
Courtesy U of A IPLP

Attorneys across the country are being asked to donate the first billable hour of their day on December second as part of the “Giving Tuesday” movement being celebrated by the University of Arizona’s Law School. The donations will help fund scholarships for Native American law students.