whatCharity Founder and CEO Tiia Sammallahti was recently interviewed by Kelly Pietrangeli of Project Me about ‘Helpers High’  and the meaning that volunteering gives to people’s lives. Project Me is Kelly’s women’s empowerment programme that engages thousands of  women in The UK and globally. She runs successful workshops, events and coaching sessions and is also the author of Project Me For Busy Mothers: A Practical Guide to Finding A Happier Balance. 

Kelly is interested in finding new charities to support through her company and this video was made in order to get the conversation going within her massive follower base. Why don’t you see what kind of things Kelly has in mind for UK charities to apply to. 

Previously, Kelly used whatCharity to find You Make It as their charity to support by donating a portion of her book revenue to this charity. You Make It is a holistic, self-empowerment programme for your marginalised, unemployed and underemployed women. Find out more about You Make It here. 

Please see the video of Kelly interviewing our CEO Tiia below. More on Kelly’s company, Project Me, and her background as a charitable person can be found here. Previously Kelly has also written a fantastic blog for whatCharity which you can find here

Kelly Pietrangeli from Project Me and Tiia Sammallahti from whatCharity talk about finding the best volunteering opportunities

Read Kelly’s blog post and watch the full interview here: https://myprojectme.com/volunteering-opportunities/

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