The show was conceived at the start of lockdown as a way to raise money for the NHS, to have some fun and to try to entertain the professions at a time when it was all looking a bit grim.
We have and will never charge for the show (and no-one gets an appearance fee) but if you have watched and enjoyed an episode we do ask that you make a donation at whatever level you can. Our primary request is to donate to the combined NHS charities (click on the image below).
Alternatively if you would prefer to choose a local charity– we are happy with that and appreciate that many charities are struggling at this time. If you do we would love to hear from you.
We’ve also become aware of charities which are close to the hearts of friends and guests of the show. We would be equally happy if you would be willing to support one of more them too:
- Article 25 the Humanitarian Architect’s charity and their current campaign to help the people of Beirut – championed by Ian Ritchie.
- The Keaton Emery Memorial Foundation championed by Emery Planning who had a shout out on our Women in Planning Special – helping the world renowned Centerpoint Charity.
- The Samaritans championed by our very own Sasha and his family’s amazing achievement of cycling from Lands End to John O’Groats and raising over £17,000. You can still donate to this amazing cause by clicking here.
- Brian May’s and Anne Brummer’s Save Me Trust is an animal welfare organisation that exists to proactively protect wild animals through campaigns and collaboration. You can donate to them by clicking here.
Thank you so much for taking the time to read this.