If you're on this page, I must have invited you to help Susan and me make A Different Kind of Walk podcast sustainable. Our latest podcast episode is an update on my health and my upcoming Camino trip. You can listen to it here. And know that I will be posting unedited audio clips with fellow Camino participants to our podcast feed throughout my trip.
Now, I have a short audio message for you to listen to below.
What Is Needed To Keep Going?
If you are interested in helping make this podcast sustainable, thank you.
Our proposed yearly budget is $15,000. That money will go directly into podcast production and merchandise that goes back to our donors (you can see the budget breakdown on the next page). Any amount we receive over this proposed budget will go toward ALS/PLS research.
$25 per hour for 10 hours a week = $1,000 per month = $12,000 per year
website subscription & domain, podcast platform subscription, Zoom subscription, hardware & software
MERCHANDISE: $1,000 promotional products, packaging, shipping, business cards, etc.
Thanks To Our Generous Donors!
As of July 8, 3/4 of our yearly budget has come in. Thank you!
You can give a one-time donation or sign up for recurring monthly donations below. We look forward to sending you more messages of joy from inspiring people around the world. Thank you for partnering with us.
Past & Upcoming Interviews
Director of the Westminster Abbey Institute in London and living with blood cancer.
Great-Grandmother to Susan's children. 95 years of life will teach you a little bit.
Award-Winning journalist for Time magazine and author of The Seeker & The Monk.
Graphic designer, Co-Founder of I'll Push You, Inc., and living with Multifocal Acquired Motor Axonopathy.
Children's book publisher in the U.S., author, and child refugee from Iran. Interview in July.
Co-Founder of I'll Push You, Inc. and leading accessibility trips on the Camino de Santiago.
Psychiatrist in the Philadelphia area serving children and adults through the pandemic.
David Benjamin Blower
Eco-Activist and musician in Birmingham, England. Interview in July.