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Tony Phillips, BBC Radio 4 Commissioning Editor shares how charities can get involved with the listening project
Tony Phillips is commissioning editor at BBC Radio 4 and spoke at sounddelivery's soundtalks event which explored the power of...
Why lawyers and charities have more in common than you might think
Thinking Charity with Seth Godin
Some serious & useful questions from
from his blog about
Children England Member Rainbow Trust Children's Charity talk about the importance of digital for charities
Children England is the leading membership organisation and collective voice for the children, young people and families voluntary...
Interview with Paul Sage on Charities, fundraising and Pokens
A1 headlines and Parliamentary daybook - Sat Apr 24
Penny Woolcock discusses bringing together film makers and charities
sounddelivery was delighted that acclaimed film maker, writer and director Penny Woolcock spoke at our recent event which focused on...
High Sheriff reflects on his year in post
The role of High Sheriff is 1000 years old and is the oldest office in the country after the monarchy. The office is unpaid and without expenses and has gradually changed over the years from a purely judicial role to include visiting and supporting voluntary and community groups in the county. http://goo.gl/kb9LM
Charities, and Audioboo files. #charities #audioboom 's
Thoughts on the missing charity appeals from the mental health section of the community. Plus, how I'm trying to burn all my audioboom...
Oh I see. Perhaps TV is too expensive to advertise on now. There's an ad for the Samaritans at my local train station...
@jn2n We used to have regular appeal videos on TV for Parkinson's and Samaritans etc. so they did run them. Strange that they seem to have disappeared from our screens
Response on @audioboom files - From Simon @sm2n https://audioboom.com/boos/2778432-playlisting-your-audio-files-topgold
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My slot on BBC Radio Somerset, talking about volunteering
Marc on the challenges of filmmaking and how they're the most powerful way for stories to be told
screening of The Road: A Story of Life and Death, we spoke with the director Marc Isaacs and asked him about how he...
'Noying Norman debuts in Firm Beliefs blog
‘I’m the same as anyone else’ 12-year-old Kai is beating the odds with the right support
12-year-old Kai, who has the sight condition Nystagmus, talks about how the right support from teachers and friends have helped him...
Mollie, Malvern shop manager, reflects on the national training day for volunteer managers
What Makes CFI The Best CrowdFunding Platform?
Martha Lane Fox, Digital Champion
The UK's Digital Champion, Martha Lane Fox, throws down the gauntlet for charities to get more people online and work closer together to...
Friday 6th February 2015 - The 3 O'Clock Show
Catch up with this weeks edition of “The 3 O’clock Show” hosted by Charity Today News' Melissa Murray. The show provides regular updates...
Interview with Paul Sage about Charities, fundraising and Pokens
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John Easton, Distinguished Engineer IBM
Distinguished Engineer at IBM, John Easton, discusses the importance of the cloud to charitable organisations
Donating to Charities - re: @omaniblog @Caribbean_Blindman
A personal view on donating monies to charity organizations. ...
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