On The Call Podcast Season 3 started a new mission, to raise funds for end of life financial issues.
On The Call Podcast announced today they would donate 20% of profit of all their sales to help People diagnosed with fatal diseases.
On The Call Podcast owner became aware of friends who have been given a time-line to their lives, 2 months or 5 years, diagnosed with fatal diseases. This has begun an urgent mission, to help towards their end-of-life, while adhering to their privacy and dignity, by alleviating some of their financial stress. To this Ozzie Stewart introduces the first tee shirts, the sales from which 20% of the profits will be donated to the expenses incurred by those with fatal diseases, such as: Childcare, Rent, Utilities, Medical Bills not covered by insurance, Mental Wellness, Transportation, Food.
About On The Call Podcast
After a life of dance, musical theater, the garment industry, followed by the acting arena, Ozzie Stewart began a podcast called ON THE CALL after she incurred a health challenge. She calls her audio series her “Thank You Tour”, where each episode is a Thank You card to those who have impacted her life by shining light on their lives and careers. These are some of the stars among us in her eyes, to whom she leaves via each podcast, something for their records and family – a legacy as such. On The Call began as a YouTube video series seen at: youtube.com/ozziestewart in the Fall of 2019, then became a podcast in the Spring of 2020 because of the pandemic.
WE ARE FOREVER GRATEFUL FOR ANY AND ALL SUPPORT, PURCHASES AND /OR CONTRIBUTIONS TOWARD OUR MISSION OF GIVING..
OUR OVERALL CHARITABLE MISSIVE IS TO DIRECTLY IMPACT THOSE IN PRESENT EARNEST NEED OF A RENT, UTILITIES, SOCKS, HATS/COATS, BLANKETS AND MORE…. ON A LARGER SCALE, TO INCLUDE LAND, SEA, AIR CAUSES; THE ABUSED, THE ADDICTED, THE TRAFFICKED, THE HOMELESS, THE ANIMALS.
*In the NYS there is no medical aid in dying. There are yearly legislative meetings re: Compassion and Choices and the health committee votes to get the Medical Aid bills to the floor. It’s not something citizens can vote on. Turning a bill into law requires voting by elected reps. Or, people can just call their reps offices. June 10th the legislative session is over. The only thing to do then is to contact reps in Albany. But since these bills are still only in their health committees, it’s highly unlikely they are suddenly going to get to the floor.