RHS Chelsea Flower Show is a unique platform for charitable organisations to tell their stories. Project Giving Back was set up to fund 42 gardens for good causes over three years at the world-famous show, all of which will be relocated afterwards. This podcast shares conversations, insight and advice from Project Giving Back, designers, charities and other guests on what it takes to create a successful Chelsea garden, and how show gardens can leave a lasting legacy for good causes.
Chris Young in conversation with three PGB 2023 Garden Designers: Alexa Ryan-Mills of the Sadler's Wells East Garden, Laura Carey of the Talitha Arts Garden and Darren Hawkes of the Samaritans' Listening Garden.
PR & Comms expert from Bloom PR, Jennie Spears, in conversation with Awil Mohamoud, Press & Communications Officer, School Food Matters; Zoe Franklin Director of Communications & Events at Horatio's Garden; and Clare Foggett, Editor of The English Garden.
Hattie Ghaui in conversation with Sarah Randall CEO of Teapot Trust, Stephanie Slater CEO & Founder of School Food Matters and Tom Harfleet, live at the Garden Museum May 2023
Chris Marchant in conversation with Jane Porter, Jamie Butterworth and Jekka McVicar live at the Garden Museum May 2023
James Alexander-Sinclair in conversation with Richard Curle, Jilayne Rickards and Camellia Taylor - Live at the Garden Museum May 2023
Gemma Lake, Show Manager at the RHS speaks with Hattie Ghaui, CEO of Project Giving Back - live at the Garden Museum
In our new series discussing 2023's gardens for good causes, we're starting with a deep dive into the inspiration behind and future plan of one of the recent gardens from RHS Chelsea - The Teapot Trust 'Elsewhere Garden'.
In this live episode, Project Giving Back brought together charity representatives from this year's cohort of PGB funded gardens at the 2023 RHS Chelsea Flower Show for a discussion in the lead up to Chelsea.
With only two months to go until the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2023, we are looking back at 2022 with four garden designers who experienced the entire journey to Chelsea. Listen along as John, Lulu, Adam and Andy share their highlights, lowlights and anecdotes in between.
Listen now. Thanks to: Bianca Bello Biamonti - Senior Project Manager, Major Giving, Mind; Ben Eden-Davies - Head of Individual Giving, St. Mungo's; Jennie Spears - PGB, PR & Comms Consultant, Bloom PR
Our four guests speak on their experiences with PR & comms at RHS Chelsea 2022, sharing learnings and best practices.
In our fourth episode, we speak with four incredible individuals about how charities can get the most out of having a garden at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show. Listen now or watch the full video. https://www.givingback.org.uk/films
On the newest episode PGB CEO Hattie Ghaui speaks with Richard Curle, Manager Director of Landscape Associates and Mark Gregory, Managing Director of Landform Consultants and a PGB Mentor, about managing the garden projects and relocating the gardens after RHS Chelsea.
In the second episode of Gardens for good causes, we have three garden and horticulture experts sharing insights into creating a garden at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
In the first episode of Project Giving Back's Gardens for Good Causes podcast, CEO, Hattie Ghaui, speaks with Gemma Lake, Show Manager of the RHS Chelsea Flower Show about the tremendous and exciting process of setting up gardens at the show. Speaking live at the 2022 RHS Chelsea Flower Show, listeners can feel the buzz around the project itself and hear what it's like behind the scenes.