Podcasts are everywhere these days. But have you heard about the ones for not-for-profits and charities?

Getting on these podcasts is great way to boost awareness and impact. You can share insights, success stories and your projects. Appearances like these build credibility and strengthen donor relationships. And help you connect with supporters on a deeper, more personal level too.

Podcasts can also open up networking opportunities with industry influencers. These could lead to new partnerships and collaborations down the line. And with their global reach, charities can extend their influence and audience worldwide – positioning themselves as sector leaders while effectively amplifying their missions.

So which charity podcasts should be on your radar? Here’s our roundup of the top shows to pitch to:

Third Sector

First up is The Third Sector weekly podcast – brought to you by the UK’s leading publication for those in the charity and not-for-profit sector. This podcast features insightful chats with guests from organisations like the Air Ambulance, Volunteer Scotland, and World Vision UK.

You’ll hear all about the big issues facing the third sector right now. Think building trust, the latest volunteering trends and loads more to support third sector leaders.

Fancy sharing your expertise or want to inspire others to get involved in supporting your cause? Reach out to Editor, Emily Burt, or Production Editor, Sarah Dyson. They’ll tell you how to get involved.

Listen on Apple Podcasts and Spotify.

The Charity CEO Podcast

Hosted by charity leader Dhivya O’Connor, this monthly podcast gets candid with guests like Ruth Marvel, the CEO of The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award, and Laura Kyrke-Smith, Executive Director of International Rescue Committee UK.

Their conversations uncover the core issues facing charity and not-for-profit leaders today. It’s inspiring and enlightening stuff that offers valuable insights into the challenges leaders are up against. It’s a must-listen for anyone in the sector who’s passionate about supporting the vital work of charities.

When reaching out, customise your message their focus on charitable causes and relevant news. If charity leaders have a strong interest in a specific timely issue, they can contact the team through their website. Share info on your organisation and potential topics for discussion.

Listen on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and Audible.

Charity Matters

Hosted by Heidi Johnson, Charity Matters celebrates the inspiring stories of innovators, entrepreneurs, and modern-day heroes. We’re talking about people who are tackling humanity’s biggest challenges through their extraordinary acts of service.

Get in touch with the team via their website to say you want to take part. Outline the topics you’d like to discuss – make sure you’ve listened to recent episodes so you’re not repeating stuff. Also give them the full lowdown on your potential interviewee – their background, passion areas and expertise.

Listen on Apple Podcasts.


This weekly not-for-profit podcast explores the vital work of the charity sector. It spotlights on the diversity and dedication in the sector providing a platform for education, discussion, and engagement.

The goal? To build a more robust, open, and efficient charity sector for all. You’ll hear all about managing time, sharing stories and forming corporate partnerships. Check this one out if you’re a charity leader.

If you’ve got insights to share about your organisation, challenges in the not-for-profit sector, or recent research findings, they want to hear from you.

Pitch interview ideas through their website, X, Facebook, or LinkedIn. Include a captivating summary of what you’ll bring to the episode and why it’ll be valuable for listeners.

Listen on Apple Podcasts

Do More Good

Tune into this one if you’re looking for dynamic discussions on career development and fundraising in the charity sector. Hosted by Kenneth Foreman and James Wright, they explore areas like corporate social responsibility, environmental and social initiatives, and digital innovations.

Guests who’ve shared their knowledge include the CEOs of The Resource Alliance and Drinkaware. Recorded in cosy central London pubs, the podcast captures casual conversations in a laid-back atmosphere.

Got a pressing topic you’re dying to discuss? Or want to share practical advice to fellow industry leaders? Best way to reach out is through their X account or contact@domoregood.uk. Give them an overview of the topics and key issues you want to talk about, and why you’d make a great guest.

Listen on Apple Podcasts and Spotify

You’re missing a trick if charity podcasts aren’t part of your third sector PR plans. They open up networking opportunities with influential figures and a global reach to amplify your cause. Reach out to these popular charity podcasts and see where it could take your organisation.

Lucy Savage

Written by Lucy Savage, Senior Communications Executive at Definition