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Unltd Mark Norbury

Welcome to a slightly different episode of Social Good Podcast In a second I’m going to tell you a story UnLtd is the leading provider of support to social entrepreneurs in the UK and offers the largest such network in the world. UnLtd resources hundreds of individuals each year through its core Awards programme. It...

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Heidi Fisher. Mentor, Coach, Social Entrepreneur.

Heidi Fisher Social Entrepreneur, Mentor, Coach. Heidi’s passion is making a difference in society. She’s written a book “Social Enterprise -how to successfully set up and grow a social enterprise”  and set up the Lewis Enterprise Foundation to help 100,000 children around the world out of poverty. Heidi helps businesses and social enterprises to demonstrate...

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Jo Ann Shellum Sociability Care

Download Episode Jo-Ann Shellum is the founder of Sociability Care CIC. They are a multi-award winning training and consultancy social enterprise. Jo Anne has over 15 years experience of working within the disability and mental health sector to support health and social care providers to ensure they are compliant with their regulators the Care Quality...

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Clara Wilcox The Balance Collective

Welcome to the 4th Interview of Social Good Podcast. Clara Wilcox and I met on The School of Social Entrepreneurs Programme and enthused each other shall I say over Gary Vaynerchuck. The Balance Collective which Clara founded is a social enterprise, focused on improving the lives of parents. We all need balance in our lives –...

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Annika Spalding

Annika Spalding’s website introduces herself thus! – “Let me introduce myself as a proud mother of two fantastic girls. I am committed to giving them a different experience of childhood to the one that I had, and the death of my mother has been my primary motivation to build an empire that my children will inherit...

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Human Story Theatre

In our second interview, Rhys Morgan talks to the founders of the Oxford Based Human story theatre. Most actors have to ‘wear’ a variety of working ‘hats’ and Amy and Gaye met ten years ago while wearing their ‘medical roleplay hats’, in Oxford. Together, and separately, they work as role-players and facilitators in teaching communication skills...

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Kids Club Kampala Corrie Fraser

Download Episode   Corrie Fraser is one of three founders of Kids Club Kampala which they established as a charity in 2009. Corrie signed up for a six-month gap year in Uganda and in this episode, she shares her story. What her early influences were. What inspired Corrie How she sold jewellery to male friends...

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