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Charity Peeks Podcast
9 minutes | Apr 10, 2016
Episode 15- Fundraising do’s and don’t
This week on the charity peek's podcast Caroline answers a question from Adam what are the ways in which you can fundraise and the do's and don'ts.. a really great question and particularly at this time of year !Click the play button above to hear the answer!Do you have a burning question? Please just hit reply and let me knowThe post Episode 15- Fundraising do’s and don’t appeared first on Charity Peeks.
29 minutes | Mar 30, 2016
Episode 14- Julie Christie, Tea Break Tog Photography
Julie talks about the importance of images and how they make us emotionally connect, they allow us to immediately connect. However, they don't have to be taken by a professional photographer, you can take some really good images just by using your phone.The post Episode 14- Julie Christie, Tea Break Tog Photography appeared first on Charity Peeks.
6 minutes | Mar 25, 2016
Episode 13- What are the duties of a Company Secretary?
Today I am sharing a 5 minute episode from my Charity Chunks Question/Answer theme!Anna as a new Trustee was concerned that she did not understand the Office Bearer roles in her charitable organisation and in particular what the role of a company secretary was..click the link above to hear all about the main responsibilities of a company secretary.Do you have a burning question? Please let me know hereThe post Episode 13- What are the duties of a Company Secretary? appeared first on Charity Peeks.
27 minutes | Mar 9, 2016
Episode 12- Kev Anderson, The Story Edge
In episode 12 of the Charity Peeks Podcast Caroline chats with Kev Anderson of The Story Edge. Kev lives and breathes Storytelling and apart from being a funny, genuine guy he is also a great teacher and supporter of those just starting out on their 'storytelling' journey. He set himself a task this year to write 100 word stories every day for the whole year, yes, 365 stories for 2016, a mammoth task but one which he is passionate about and people are reaching out to Kev from far and wide to express their appreciation.Kevin has recently become a trustee of Tayside Cancer Support and is taking his role extremely seriously and has already mapped out where he can add some real value in sharing the work through storytelling and fundraising.So, lets take a peek at Kev:Covered in this episode: What is storytelling and how can non-profits use it Communicate by sharing stories Challenges- public perception of fundraising and raising awareness of smaller organisations Using humour in stories /case studies...be human Make sure the star of the story is the beneficiary, not the organisation Create authentic stories How you can share your story successfully Building key relationships especially with those who have donated moneyClick here for more information about The Story Edge and don't forget to sign up for the FREE 5 week ' Case Study Code' emails.Until next time... The post Episode 12- Kev Anderson, The Story Edge appeared first on Charity Peeks.
28 minutes | Mar 7, 2016
Episode 11- Col Gray, Pixels Ink
Caroline's guest in this episode is Col Gray, the owner of Pixels Ink.I met Col a few years ago and honestly have never met a more genuine and trustworthy guy, his knowledge of logos, branding, website creation are second to none in addition to his creative genius of course! Col talks about the importance of understanding branding, why cheap does not equal value, and how non-profits can engage with their audience by choosing the right image and brand identity.In the non-profit sector it is so important to have the right image and tell your story in a clear and engaging way. Imagine your goal is to attract more volunteers, what do you think they would look for if they were to google your organisation? An old clapped out website with one page of text or a visual beauty with lots of content that would allow them to decide that you are the right organisation for them. Col makes this happen for organisations just like yours!Come listen to Col... If you would like to find out more Col's website - Click HEREUntil next time, CarolineThe post Episode 11- Col Gray, Pixels Ink appeared first on Charity Peeks.
20 minutes | Sep 29, 2015
10- Andy Hills- Stand4
In episode 10 of the Charity Peeks Podcast Caroline chats with Andy Hill, the founder of Stand4. Andy decided that he wanted to create a social good app because he knew that people in the world want to do good, they want to do more to help others. The main ethos is giving Charities the space to do what they do best- achieving their mission. Thus allowing Stand4 to create a fundraising mechanism to make it easy for donors to donate and charities to receive those donations.So what is it? The next generation of charity - With this app you can explore all of the available Stands and uncover how effortless it is to impact the world. Make your mark by snapping pictures, answering fun questions, and a whole lot more- for every Stand you take, Stand4 donate. In addition you get to follow the impact of the lives that you touch- pretty cool stuff!If you do only one thing today you have to download the FREE Stand4 app available now!So, lets take a peek at Andy:What you will discover in this episode: What is Stand4 How does it work Why does Stand4 exist The biggest challenge facing charities in the next 5 years How you can get involved and showcase your charityIt was great finding out more about this app of the future, I think this will be really big and a huge asset for those in the charity sector. It was such a pleasure talking with Andy and I wish him and his team the best of luck with Stand4.If you would like to find out more and get involved you can by contacting Andy through:Twitter- @andyjameshill Twitter- @Stand4Email- firstname.lastname@example.org Website- www.stand4.comFind out more by clicking this link Until next time, CarolineThe post 10- Andy Hills- Stand4 appeared first on Charity Peeks.
24 minutes | Sep 1, 2015
09- Martin Warrillow- Ask The Warrior
In episode 9 of the Charity Peeks Podcast Caroline chats with Martin Warrillow, a Journalist and stroke survivor who runs a publishing company called- Ask The Warrior.Martin was born in Worcestershire in 1964. He always wanted to be a journalist since the age of nine, when he realised that his father brought the Birmingham Post home from work every day. That path took him to a degree in Modern European Studies at Loughborough University before his first paid job, at the Tamworth Herald . After five years there and two at the Sutton Coldfield Observer, he joined the Birmingham Post in October 1992. In December 2009, with the winds of change battering the newspaper industry, he left and set up Martin Warrillow Publishing Services. As part of that business, he edited British Naturism magazine from 2010-13.A stroke at the end of 2013, as a result of which he was almost run over by a bus, caused a radical change in his life direction and that of MWPS. He is now passionate about helping people understand the causes of strokes, how to deal with them and how to rehabilitate stroke survivors.So, lets take a peek at Martin: What you will discover in this episode: What happens to your life after a stroke How Martin got involved with different charities Engage your audience with case studies Be transparent with the public's money Think about a Facebook group for engaging your target groupThe three charities that Martin talked about were Different Strokes Headway StrokeIt was a pleasure talking with Martin and I wish him all the best for his 5k run, I know how hard he has had to train and how difficult this will be, if you would like to find out more or to support Martin's cause the link is hereTo find out more about Martin's services- Click hereLink to Martin's Blog- Click here Find Martin on Twitter @warrior_martinUntil next time, CarolineThe post 09- Martin Warrillow- Ask The Warrior appeared first on Charity Peeks.
30 minutes | Aug 19, 2015
08- Chloe Forbes-Kindlen, C4 Compete
In episode 8 of the Charity Peeks Podcast Caroline chats with Chloe Forbes-Kindlen, who owns a Social Media Company called C4 Compete. Chloe's disclosure statement on her website sums up up her work ethos:The post 08- Chloe Forbes-Kindlen, C4 Compete appeared first on Charity Peeks.
36 minutes | Aug 10, 2015
07- David Hay, Allthings
In episode 7 of the Charity Peeks Podcast Caroline chats with David Hay, founder of Allthings. David started allthings in 2013 and has worked really hard to ensure that the allthings productivity app is simple, easy to use and makes everyone's lives easier. I am a huge fan of allthings and in this episode David talks about his Monday morning planning, how much his emails have reduced and also about the importance of telling a compelling story. David and his team actively seek feedback on the app and make changes as a result. David is offering all those in the charity sector a 50% discount after the free 14 day trial, a huge saving. David is a great guy and works really hard to achieve his business goals. He has a wealth of business experience and provides some great advice for charities.So, lets take a peek at David:Covered in this episode: Don't sell be helfpul How allthings can revolutionise how you work Tell compelling stories Build case studies Find the right people with the right skills and attitude Free 14 day trial and 50% discount for allthings How can allthings help youDavid also talked about Fiona's Eye Fund and Mary's Meals great examples of being transparent. If you look at Mary's Meals they show the numbers of people they help, they also have a statement of values which gives you a feel for what they do, do you have a compelling story, what is it?Click here for more information about allthings and to sign up or to connect with DavidE: email@example.com T:Twitter F: FacebookIf you would like any help in creating your story or to contact Caroline click hereWhat did you think of this episode? I would love to hear from youThe post 07- David Hay, Allthings appeared first on Charity Peeks.
39 minutes | Aug 10, 2015
06- Chris Marr, The Content Marketing Academy
In episode 6 of the Charity Peeks Podcast Caroline chats with Chris Marr, founder of Learning Everyday and The Content Marketing Academy. Chris lives and breaths content marketing...The post 06- Chris Marr, The Content Marketing Academy appeared first on Charity Peeks.
23 minutes | Jul 13, 2015
05- Amina MWRC, with Lori Hughes
In episode 5 of the Charity Peeks Podcast Caroline introduces Lori Hughes who is extremely passionate about the women she works with and has spent the last few years tirelessly working The post 05- Amina MWRC, with Lori Hughes appeared first on Charity Peeks.
27 minutes | Jul 1, 2015
04- V&A Dundee- Sam Edmond
In episode 4 of the Charity Peeks Podcast Caroline introduces Sam Edmond, Development Manager at V&A Dundee. Sam talks about the plans for the V&A Dundee, what to expect when it arrives, the work happening in the build up and some take away tips for working in the charity sector.The post 04- V&A Dundee- Sam Edmond appeared first on Charity Peeks.
23 minutes | May 21, 2015
03- Food on Friday- Anthea Reid
In episode 3 of the Charity Peeks Podcast Caroline introduces Anthea Reid the project manager of a charity called ‘Food on Friday’ based in the East End of Dundee. Anthea has a huge amount of energy and passion...The post 03- Food on Friday- Anthea Reid appeared first on Charity Peeks.
24 minutes | May 21, 2015
02- Along Came Kirsty- Kirsty Thomson
In episode 2 of the Charity Peeks Podcast Caroline introduces Kirsty Thomson, the owner of Along Came Kirsty (ACK), The post 02- Along Came Kirsty- Kirsty Thomson appeared first on Charity Peeks.
8 minutes | May 19, 2015
01- An Introduction to the Charity Peeks Podcast
In episode 1 of the Charity Peeks Podcast Caroline Mckenna your host introduces the podcast and talks a little about why charity peeks, where did the idea come from, who is Caroline, what the podcast is all about and what to expect from future episodes. So sit, back , enjoy a coffee and listen to episode 1 !‘I do hope you join in this community, the first podcast of its kind in the UK, please listen, enjoy, and sign up to hear more from Charity Peeks’CarolineW: www.charitypeeks.comT: @charitypeeksF: www.facebook.com/charitypeeksI: carolinecharitypeeksThe post 01- An Introduction to the Charity Peeks Podcast appeared first on Charity Peeks.
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