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Jacob Hill Social Entrepreneur

Welcome to the latest interview on the Social Good Podcast. I’m Rhys Morgan. This episode’s guest is Jacob Hill. As with many of my guests his life experience led him to setting up his social enterprise. His company is called Offploy. His Linkedin page states that he will get 250 ex-offenders into meaningful, mentored and sustainable employment by July 2019. He has a fascinating and inspiring story weeks after recording this he spoke at the conservative party conference, You can secure...


Sidney Sherman Faire Shop

Faire Corporation is based in Austin Texas was founded to promote and expand Fair and Ethical Trade practices by exclusively selling ethically sourced items online. Faire is an effort to change the way people everywhere think about, and respond to, global poverty — and to change the way we buy things online every day. Their Mission is to create a higher standard of living for marginalized communities around the world, by supporting trade relationships that reflect a higher ethical standard....


Social Good Podcast Giki Badges Jo Hand

Giki Badges is a mobile app that informs you, the user about the products you buy and the companies you buy them from. Their mission is to encourage sustainable consumption by inspiring people to make small, regular changes in their shopping which are good for them, better for the environment and fairer to others. I invited Jo Hand one of Giki Badges Co-founders to tell me her story.


Social Good Podcast Katie Elliott

Welcome to the latest interview of the Social Good Podcast Today chat with Katie Elliott. Katie is the founder of Little Challenges, a place to find ideas, tools and inspiration to make being human a little bit easier. The aim is simple: take great ideas from the worlds of psychology, philosophy and optimum performance along with real-life learnings from people all around the world and turn them into tiny, practical things to try. Katie, like many of my previous guests turner her own...


Social Good Podcast - Mr Thank You

In this interview, I chat about Mr Thank You or John Israel. In his story, we chat about his aim of increasing the level of gratitude in the World by 1% through the Mr thank you community - how you can join in To help John as well as past and future guests on the social good podcast please rate and review the show on the platform of your choice but to make it easy we have a link on our website social good podcast dot com All the links are in the show notes or the app you’re listening on. I...


Hope Zvara

Anyone can tell you about things you should do to be better, do better, live better. Hope breaks them down, tells you the how’s and the why’s, and then does them with you. best She provides tools to make your life easier, healthier, and happier. Social Good Podcast Website Hope Website


Social Good Podcast

Today’s interview is with the founder of Leslie's Care Packages. It is I think Stourbridge’s/the Black country’s fourth emergency service. It was founded in 2016 by Vi Wood, following her own experiences when she and her Family were in danger of losing their own home. The Voluntary Group has been set up in tribute to her late husband Leslie, helping homeless and vulnerable people across the Black Country, West Midlands. Website


Social Good Podcast Lucy Findlay

In this interview I chat with Lucy Findlay from Social Enterprise Mark. Social Enterprise Mark is the only internationally available social enterprise accreditation scheme, enabling organisations to prove they are in business primarily to create benefits for people and planet. I and all the people I’ve interviewed would appreciate it if you could rate and review the show on the platform of your choice. Apparently Itunes is the most influential and to make it really easy if you go to...


Vic Elizabeth Turnbull

An invisible force in the North and beyond; Vic works tirelessly to enable folk to achieve their dreams and ambitions, whatever their background. Vic has over twelve year’s experience of working with national, award-winning youth charities and across the creative industries. She’s a massive advocate of the power of informal learning, DIY approaches and raw talent as routes to success – with a big, fat passion for social mobility and capital, and in turn it’s incredible strength to break...


Pradeepa Narayanaswamy

How Pradeepa Narayanaswamy found her life’s purpose! Her coaching mission is to help women and couples infertility journey SUCK LESS! Her words – She’s based in the Dallas Fort Worth Area Fertility & Life Coach at Possibilities – and is the Founder of Lives Transformed LLC Lives Transformed Twitter Linkedin


Social Good Podcast Kristi Porter

This Edition of Social Good Podcast features Kriti Porter from Signify. Kristi helps nonprofits and for-profits with a social conscience or purpose get noticed and grow through effective communication and communication. She describes herself as Creator, Christian, Writer, Activist, Dreamer, traveler, solopreneur, INFJ and champion of non-profits and social enterprises. I asked Kristie to tell me her story. Links SIgnify Website https://www.signify.solutionsTwitter


Mandy Johnson

Download Episode In this interview, I chat with Mandy Johnson from the Small Charities Coalition. The Coalition help small charities access the skills, tools & information they need to get going and do what they do best. They’re at small charities dot org dot UK – SO that’s Mandy’sales pitch done Here’s mine. Please Review the show on Apple Podcasts Itunes – I’m told this helps extend the show’s listenership. More importantly, It means that the...


16 Laura Vanessa Munoz

Today’s Guest is Laura Vanessa Munoz who founded Empowering Futures This describes itself as "A summer skills development programme and collaboration lab". Laura and her team identify and connect the most talented university students with start-ups to collaborate on marketing projects! All the links are in the show notes and join us next week when I publish a resource that will help you if you’ve ever thought to yourself I want to fix this! Tius needs to change or I’ve got this idea and I...


Julie Robinson Move it or Lose it

Julie Robinson has dedicated her career to motivating thousands of people to keep active in later life. Her company Move it or Lose it has now grown nationally, with a range of fitness products including five fitness DVDs, resistance bands and everything else you need to keep fit at home. She has worked with organisations such as the NHS, Royal Voluntary Service, St Giles Hospice and Age UK to improve physical and mental health and create real social impact. Links, as usual, are in the show...


Jonathan Waddingham

Download Episode Jonathan Waddingham is one of the experts on Product Development for the third sector Until January of 2018 he was the Social & Labs Product Manager at the online fundraising and crowdfunding platform Just Giving. We discuss the challenges that arose after incidents like the Grenfell Tower disaster. Jonathan’ main focus was on the crowdfunding part of Just Giving.He’s the the guy who discovered the impact of the Facebook like and share buttons on a charity’s campaign....


Jo Salter Where Does it Come From?

Ethical Clothing – Where Does It Come From? Where Does It Come From? – Ethical Clothes that Come with their Story Looking for beautiful, stylish clothes and want to be sure that they were created using fair trade and eco-friendly methods? Where Does It Come From? has created its own brand of gorgeous, ethical clothes and accessories that are fully traceable using a code we’ve printed on the label.


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Kids Club Kampala Corrie Fraser

Welcome to the easter 2018 interview which is not a new interview but a reissue of the first one. Corrie Fraser started Kids Club Kampala during a gap year experience in Uganda and the charity has been going ever since. I’m really grateful to Corrie for agreeing to be interviewed by a complete stranger with no track record. It gave me the confidence to stop procrastinating and get on with it. You can help Corrie and other past and future interviewees by reviewing th podcast on Itunes –...


Places of Welcome

In this Podcast interview, I talk to James Henderson from Places of Welcome. Places of Welcome is a network of small community organisations, who offer an unconditional welcome to local people for at least a few hours a week. I know of them because there is a weekly place of welcome in my part of Birmingham. I asked James from Places of Welcome to tell us more. Links Places of Welcome Twitter, Instagram, Facebook Article on my local place of welcome Previous Episode Next...