Charity Chat is a weekly podcast for everyone interested in the vital work being carried out by the charity sector. Reflecting the diversity and passion for the sector, we are a not-for-profit forum for learning, commentary and contribution for a more robust, transparent and effective charity sector. Come on, join in.
E158 - Entrepreneurialism in the Charity Sector With Bill Woolsey
In this episode, we speak with Bill Woolsey, Founder and President of Five Two Network.
Bill is a pastor by training, based over in the US. He is also an entrepreneur, and now spends time speaking with nonprofits about taking entrepreneurialism to their missions.
E157 - Charities And Mayors With Sabrina Francis
In this episode we interview Sabrina Francis, Councillor and Mayor of Camden.
For those that don’t know, Camden is a London borough, North of the Thames, and well worth a visit. It’s about 8.5 square miles and has an estimated population of 270,000, according to Wikipedia.
We speak to Sabrina about her experience of working with charities before being Mayor and how her new role will help to deliver for charities.
We also speak about how charities can work with their local Mayor to increase awareness and fundraising for their cause.
E156 - The Sustainable Office Guide With Lauren Wiseman
In this episode we speak with Lauren Wiseman, Environmental Manager at WWF-UK.
We speak about the expansive topic of environmentalism and specifically how charities and individuals can do their part to combat the risk of climate catastrophe.
E155 - The Value Of Working Creatively With Jeremy Forshew
In this episode, we speak with Jeremy Forshew, Founder of Createxplore, an online community where people with creative hobbies can utilise their skills to support and meet charities, community groups, and small businesses. This podcast explores several themes including why Jeremy founded Createxplore, the value of working creatively and the need and benefit of connecting people with creative skills to help charities.
E154 - Ensuring The Best Beginning With Alison Baum
In this episode, we speak with Alison Baum, CEO and Founder of Best Beginnings, a charity dedicated to supporting parents, co-parents and care-givers to give their children the best beginning in life. This podcast explores several themes including Alison Baum’s inspiring journey to CEO and Founder of Best Beginnings, the organisation's vision & mission, The Baby Buddy app, the impact of the pandemic, EDI and ‘The Babies in Lockdown’ report.
E153 - A New Look At Donor - Retention With Tim Kachuriak
In this episode we speak with Tim Kachuriak about donor-retention; how charities big and small can build meaningful relationships using digital channels with their supporters; and importantly – how charities can give value to their supporters to develop healthy one-to-one relationships and at scale.