Climate & Philanthropy

Untelevised: The Podcast

08-12-2021 • 1 hr 18 mins

The growth rate of the charity sector now exceeds that of both the public and private sectors. In our third episode of season three, we're asking what this means for social justice and the individuals and organisations fighting for it. Whilst acknowledging that money is an inescapable need, we explore how we might stay true to our values whilst seeking it.

To do this, we’re exploring two very different approaches - philanthropic foundations and social entrepreneurship.


Learn - what is philanthropy? (3 mins 45 secs)

Discuss - Anne Rammi, Be the Earth Foundation (13 mins) find them on Instagram (organisation)/ YouTube (organisation)/ LinkedIn (personal)/ LinkedIn (organisation)/ Website

Eskender Mulugeta Ayele, Food Secured Schools Africa (46 mins), find them on Twitter (personal) / Facebook (organisation) /LinkedIn (personal)/ Website

Share - what can we all do? (1 hour 2 mins)


Things we mentioned (or we think you should check out!):

Support Food Secured Schools Africa on Patreon; Sign up to Be The Earth Foundation's Newsletter; Look up a charity (Charity Commission); Look up a company or social enterprise (Companies House); Find volunteering opportunities near you - NVCO,, Volunteer Scotland, Volunteer Wales, Volunteering Matters; Ethical Consumer Magazine; The LUSH Spring Prize (

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Untelevised: The Podcast is produced by Untelevised, a joint platform between Filmanthropy and Revoke CIC. Sponsored by the Lankelly Chase Foundation News and Media Fund. Season 3 of Untelevised: The Podcast is produced in collaboration with LUSH and Ethical Consumer Magazine.