It has been a busy two weeks since the last update blog post on Bright Works, with new projects from both new and returning charities. Bright Works is Bright One’s microvolunteering platform that connects causes with skilled volunteers in a simple, effective and easy way. Volunteers work on projects that are broken down in to tasks that can easily be done remotely, and with a time commitment of as little as 15 minutes up to 4 hours.
Some amazing volunteers are busy snapping up tasks, offering their specialised comms skills to worthy causes. There are a few open tasks if you have a moment and fancy volunteering.
Esther Community Enterprise aims to meet needs of those in the community by redistributing food, clothing and other consumables that we receive from retailers. ECE feeds in excess of 8,000 people per month with food that would have been landfilled. They are looking for help with newsletter articles, and getting control of their databases.
THOMAS is a registered charity that provides drug and alcohol recovery, rehabilitation, residential and support services. They are looking for help both with writing grant applicatications, thank you letters and increasing their awareness on social media. Find out more here.
Inside ‘n’ Out is a national magazine for offenders, ex-offenders, criminal justice staff and anyone who is interested in the criminal justice system. They are looking for help of a media buyer. If this could be you, get in touch.
Team v are a group of young people who aim to change the world one campaign at a time. Currently, they are raising awareness of and combating old age loneliness. They are looking for a poster design. Do you have design skills and a few hours spare?