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Useful resources include:
Match skilled professionals from across the media and creative industry with charities and community groups, under represented groups and young people for vital communications training, mentoring and support.
You can list your opportunities to find skilled volunteers on their online volunteer platform.
Have loads of free resources on everything from redesigning a website to cyber security to remote working and video conferencing. Registration and course sign ups are needed to access resources.
Offer one free hour of expert digital advice for charities – everything from working from home and moving services online to using digital for community action.
Their Coffee Connections project is for anyone who works within a social or voluntary organisation and has an interest in digital. Sign up and every two months you are matched with another person in the sector for a chat and a coffee online to share your knowledge.
Help other charities #BeMoreDigital through helpful website content and access to discounted and donated technology. Website content includes articles and podcasts on topics like cyber security. Their Charity Digital Exchange is the UK’s only software donation platform.
A membership organisation for charity communications professionals. They champion best practice across the charity sector with a peer-to-peer sharing network. They have some best practice resources on their website and are worth following on social media as they share helpful resources – and for inspiration!
More resources to follow.
Jaqueline Williams from Getting Thanet Community Online received several hours skilled volunteering support from Sharon Moxon, from Kent Surrey and Sussex Community Rehabilitation Company (KSS CRC), discussing social media.
“I’m very happy with the work completed. We exchanged information and contacts and Sharon is still supporting through twitter. Our discussion enhanced my knowledge of social media platforms to enable me to start using them effectively” – jacqueline
“As a result of improving the twitter following, Kent Online got in touch and they are likely to run a piece on GTCO. I’m absolutely happy with the volunteering experience. I really enjoyed sharing knowledge and made a lovely new contact too” –Sharon