This week Matthew Cook visits Charity Stars, a platform for celebrities and athletes to donate their goods, or time, that are then auctioned off with the proceeds raised going to the celebrity's charity of choice.
This week Matthew Cook visits the Ministry of Stories, a charity based in east London that helps and mentors creative writing in young people. Matthew talks to the team behind the Ministry of Stories to find out how it all works.
Matthew Cook visits The Passage, London’s largest voluntary sector resource centre for homeless and vulnerable people. Matthew talks to the team to find out how they are helping London's rough sleepers.
As the dust settles on George Osborne’s red briefcase - what does the Summer Budget really mean for us and our money? Georgie chats to a whole host of experts to get their thoughts including top businesswoman Gina Miller, property expert Russell Quirk, Mark King, the Editor of MoneyWise Magazine, Becky Harkins from Adzuna, Bill Dodwell from Deloitte, and Sian Hawkins from Women's Aid.
Gina Miller, Bill Dodwell, Russell Quirk, Becky Harkins, Sian Hawkins, Mark King
Matthew Cook visits The Thames Reach Employment Academy, a charity that helps thousands of unemployed and economically disadvantaged people find employment, and speaks to some of the key people behind the charity in the first ever episode of Charity Showcase.
Nick Peters looks into Dementia in the workplace and what is being done to help manage both people and businesses that it can effect. To talk about this issue, George McNamara Head of Policy and Public Affairs at The Alzheimer's Society joins Nick.