Through her experiences abroad, Molly MacCready felt compelled to make a difference in the world by helping those will less. She founded a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and hosts a podcast to help other nonprofit leaders.

Guest Biography

Molly MacCready is the executive director of CROSO, Child Restoration Outreach Support Organization, a nonprofit she founded in 2007 that provides post-secondary scholarships to former street children in Uganda. Molly is also the host and producer of the Nonprofit Optimist podcast where she talks with other small nonprofit leaders about the lessons they've learned in their work. In her free time, she loves to play games, hang out with her nieces & nephews, scuba dive, kayak, and travel.

Show notes:

In this episode, you will learn:

  • Why you might consider supporting a smaller nonprofit organization over a big one.
  • Tips for evaluating a small nonprofit organization.
  • How technology is changing the way we engage with nonprofits.

Find more from our guest:

Croso (Child Restoration Outreach Support Organization)

Nonprofit Optimist Podcast

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