United Acts of Kindness just launched our very own podcast... the United Cast of Kindness!
Our founder and host, Caroline McKinney, interviews people who are making a positive impact in the world, hoping to inspire listeners like you to change the world in your own way, too!
MISS INDIANA LYDIA TREMAINE: Finding your voice through unapologetic authenticity
This episode features Miss Indiana Lydia Tremaine, a small-town girl from Indiana who once thought she would ever do a pageant. Not only did she grow up and become Miss Indiana, but she landed in the Top 15 at the Miss America competition and won a coveted Preliminary Talent Award for her rendition of "That's Life" by Frank Sinatra.
Lydia is a powerhouse singer, an advocate for the arts, an advocate for authenticity and body positivity, an incredible representative for the state of Indiana, and she is one of Caroline's close personal friends. This episode features a conversation about self-acceptance, finding yourself through self-expression, defying stereotypes, the importance of the performing arts, and so much more!
STACY JOHNSON: A former foster child, helping foster children heal through the Table of Grace children's shelter
Our first episode features Stacy Johnson, a former foster child who overcame obstacles that many of us couldn't even imagine. She now draws on that experience to help kids in the Central Texas area through the creation of the Table of Grace children's shelter.
In this episode, you'll hear about Stacy's personal experience in the foster care system, obstacles she overcame, success stories from Table of Grace, and the challenges and triumphs one faces when starting a nonprofit, or accomplishing any monumental goal.
Listen to it at the link below!