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2022

Dr. Ewan Kirk on Charity Chat – “That ability to fail and to allow people to fail is important.”

This month, our co-founder Dr. Ewan Kirk was interviewed for the Charity Chat podcast. Ewan shared his insights into our philanthropic philosophy, the importance of promoting inclusivity in STEM, and why diversity of thought is so necessary in philanthropy.

Dr. Ewan Kirk on Do More Good – “We try and fund things that, if they work, can be a catalyst for a much larger change.”

This month, our co-founder, Dr Ewan Kirk was interviewed for the Do More Good podcast. Ewan shared his insights on the Turner Kirk Trust, STEM education, and the importance of giving charities the freedom to experiment through ‘Permission to Fail’.
Imitation Gamers team at Midnight Madness

Midnight Madness — Puzzle-solving skills put to the test to raise funds for Raise Your Hands

The Imitation Gamers put their puzzle-solving skills to the test by taking part in Midnight Madness 2022, which raises funds for Raise Your Hands and supports small charities working with children across the UK.
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TKT Podcast — CCI Turner Fellow Elree Winnett Seelig & Dr Mike Maunder

In the first episode of the Turner Kirk Trust podcast, Elree Winnett Seelig, the inaugural Turner Fellow at the Cambridge Conservation Initiative (CCI), sits down with Dr Maunder Maunder, the CCI's Executive Director, to discuss her work during her Fellowship.