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Reflecting on our first series

Season 1, Ep. 10

We've reached the end of series one already!


In this episode, we revisit and recap on some of the best moments so far and celebrate some of the achievements of launching our podcast this year.


We can't believe that we have already reached the end of series one for the Give Social Podcast! For the past 3 months, we have tried to bring you all moments of joy, inspiration, humour and honest insight into some of the challenges and situations we have all found ourselves in during 2020.


Thanks for all your support in making the last few months more fun and inspirational - We can't wait to bring you more episodes in 2021.


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