Jan 20 2024 Show: Optimism, Hope and Community Service for 2024 with Andrea Kadar.

Tune in Saturday Jan 20, 2024 at 7AM-8AM on KAZM Mellow Mountain 106.5 fm/780 am to catch our latest show!

Brian Sussman talks optimism, hope and community service for 2024 with Andrea Kadar. They discuss some of Northern Arizona’s best charitable organizations, as she shares their “back stores” that you cannot imagine, the extraordinary outcomes because of these unique “back stories”, and how your own compassionate heart for service can add to these stories of great success and effectiveness.

With all of the violence, hate and despicable behavior being seen these days in the news and on social media , we need to remind our listeners that out of chaos and hardship have come some of the most beautiful results.

Andrea shares insider stories about:

See this full list of local charities we support.

About Andrea Kadar

A Christian and Conservative grassroots activist, Andrea Kadar works tirelessly on behalf of the vulnerable.

Andrea founded the “Two-Fer Tuesday” Ministry in the Verde Valley to help small businesses and non-profits weather financial and personal hardships during the Covid pandemic. Supplies, food, and clothing, were donated by local residents via Two-Fer Tuesday to benefit the Navajo and Hopi Nations, small businesses, crisis centers and food banks.

Andrea was a founding member of the Coalition of Against Human Trafficking- Northern Arizona, is an ambassador with Shared Hope International, a global anti-sex trafficking organization and continues to speak around Arizona on the subject.

She is the founder of SAVE OUR KIDS (monthly Zoom calls and Facebook page) to help parents become educated about social media dangers, drug use by teens, sex trafficking procurement/grooming, border issues involving teens, and ways to help our children connect and thrive.

Andrea was co-awarded, with Dwight Kadar, the Republican Party of Arizona’s “Champions of the GOP” in 2020 for hers/his ongoing efforts supporting President Trump, Legislative District Six candidates, and fighting against human sex trafficking and the legalization of recreational marijuana.

Andrea co-established Citizens for America, a Verde Valley political activist and voter education effort, and served as Program Director, Host and Moderator of its monthly meetings since 2012.

Andrea has been a Precinct Committeewoman in Yavapai County’s Scarlett Precinct (Sedona) since 2013; served as Yavapai County Republican Committee’s Chaplin; was elected AZ State Delegate in 2016 and 2020; and gave the opening invocation at the 2016 Candidate Trump Rally in Prescott Valley and at the 2020 President Trump Rally in Prescott. She is the current AZ Federation of Republican Women’s State-wide Chaplain.

Andrea co-established Arizona Liberty, a Sedona activist group, to stop the proposed designation of 160,000 acres surrounding Sedona as a “National Monument” in 2015 and was co-awarded the Americans for Prosperity (Arizona) “Activists of the Year” for her efforts.

Andrea campaigned to defeat Arizona’s Propositions 205/207 to legalize recreational marijuana in 2016 and 2020 and continues to speak against the commercialization of recreational marijuana. She supports MATFORCE and Arizonans for Responsible Drug Policy.

Andrea was elected a National Delegate in 2016 and National Delegate Alternate in 2020, representing Arizona’s First Congressional District, to the Republican National Conventions in Cleveland and Charlotte, respectively.

Andrea was elected by Arizona Delegation in 2016 to represent Arizona on the Republican National Platform Committee and helped draft the “Build the Border Wall” language included in the final platform document.

Andrea co-campaigned to defeat an unnecessary $18 million Sedona Fire District Bond Initiative in 2017 and to win all three seats in Arizona Legislative District Six elections in 2014, 2016, 2018, and 2020.