It’s the end of the year, and the latest podcast reflects on some of the big moments of 2019 for the charity sector.
Third Sector's Rebecca Cooney and Emily Burt share a glass of Baileys with editor Andy Hillier and Last Word columnist Debra Allcock Tyler, and offer reflections and predictions for charities as we move into a new decade.
Editorial assistant Natasha Abramson speaks to Clic Sargent’s Adam Petrie and the founder of Brand By Me, Collette Phillips, about what makes a brilliant Christmas advert. We hear why the children’s cancer charity decided to take a sober approach to its Christmas messaging this year.
And Alisa Hall, head of programmes at Pilotlight, the charity that provides business support, talks to Rebecca about a new mentoring programme that offers funding and professional support to 20 charities.
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We would like to thank our guests for joining us, and wish all of our listeners a happy new year.