• Charity Chat Podcast

E192 - Charity Chat: Small Talk E1 with Freya Samuelson and Samuel Davies

“One of the things I love about this podcast is that we do kind of cover everything, everyone, anything relating to charity.”

- Freya Samuelson, producer for Charity Chat


In this episode we are trying something a bit different, a 15 minutes look back over previous episode and what they have taught us. In this episode two of our producers speak about what they have learn't about Imposter Syndrome, Refugees, and how whales are an ally in the fight against climate catastrophe.


1. Imposter Syndrome

“I felt like I lost myself, and all my creativity. I lost all the things I loved about myself.” - Jenna O'Keefe

https://www.charitychat.org.uk/post/e184-overcoming-imposter-syndrome-with-confidence-coach-jenna-o-keefe


2. How strategies can help get your charity out of trouble

https://www.charitychat.org.uk/post/e181-the-levelling-up-agenda-with-leah-davis

https://www.charitychat.org.uk/post/e189-theory-of-change-with-james-noble


3. Inspired to help refugees

“…with every single asylum seeker across Europe, whether they’re 12 years old or whether they’re 50 years old, they’re someone’s son or daughter, they’re someone’s brother or sister, and for whatever reason they can’t live in their home country and the least [they deserve] is have a helping hand to find a new life in another country, because it’s hard enough being away from your family.” - Amber Bauer

https://www.charitychat.org.uk/post/e179-refugee-crisis-and-galvanising-a-group-effort-with-amber-bauer


4. What childcare can teach us

“…we really need as a society to open up that discussion about, it’s okay, it’s okay to ask for help … it’s not a sign of weakness, actually it’s quite the opposite…" - Alex Corgier

https://www.charitychat.org.uk/post/e174-what-childcare-can-teach-us-with-alex-corgier


There are many more inspiring, engaging and informing episodes of the podcast so please do go back and have a look.


This episode of Charity Chat has been brought to you by our platinum sponsor Work for Good. Work for Good believes everyone should be able to turn the work they do into good. Through their fundraising platform, they offer charities a way to engage and work with small businesses, including founders, owners and sole traders who want to make an impact for charities through their sales. To find out more, please visit workforgood.co.uk.

We hope you enjoy this week’s episode


Related episodes that you may be interested in:


E174 - What Childcare Can Teach Us With Alex Corgier

https://www.charitychat.org.uk/post/e174-what-childcare-can-teach-us-with-alex-corgier


E184 - Overcoming Imposter Syndrome with Confidence Coach, Jenna O’Keefe

https://www.charitychat.org.uk/post/e184-overcoming-imposter-syndrome-with-confidence-coach-jenna-o-keefe


E179 - Refugee Crisis and Galvanising a Group Effort with Amber Bauer

https://www.charitychat.org.uk/post/e179-refugee-crisis-and-galvanising-a-group-effort-with-amber-bauer