Doing More

Doing More

Doing More highlights people, organizations and businesses who are going above and beyond to enrich their local communities.

We just felt like this would be the greatest impact to the community and to youth and to get to be a part of that right, to get to have our sponsorship dollars go into scholarships to help kids that can't afford to be on a premier club like this is something really special. We picked soccer here in San Diego because it is the most played sport for kids.
Hospitality House of Tulsa is safe lodging for families and patients that have to travel to Tulsa hospitals. They also provide meals, peer support, transportation assistance and so much more.
Who doesn't need good news right now? From people helping others through medical issues to feeding the hungry.  Doing More is about people doing good things in their communities and making a positive impact. Hosted by Brandi Paul with social...
Who doesn't need good news right now? From people helping others through medical issues to feeding the hungry.  Doing More is about people doing good things in their communities and making a positive impact. Hosted by Brandi Paul with social...
Who doesn't need good news right now? From people helping others through medical issues to feeding the hungry. The show Doing More on YurView, spotlights people doing great things in our communities. In Oklahoma City, we turn our focus to a program that...
The non-profit RestoreOKC turned what seemed like an uphill battle into a realized dream for the community - The Market at EastPoint. And the area continues to grow and thrive, even during the pandemic. 
Wilsey Asset Management is in the business of helping people and businesses manage their assets nationwide.  When they are not helping clients, they are giving back to the San Diego community. From raising money for the Children's Hospital to elevating...
Throughout the pandemic, Oklahoma City Ballet dancers remained resilient and continued to safely provide audiences with their beautiful art during the most trying times.
School is back in session and for many of us, online learning continues to be the temporary ‘norm’. The transition to an online learning environment can be challenging, even in the best of circumstances. As educators continue to strive...