This is a perfect role for anyone - if you are new to social media you can gain hands-on experience or for more experienced marketing volunteers there are exciting opportunities which you can explore!
As a volunteer you will help to create vital social media content to help the charity have a wider reach to increase awareness and support.
You can take part in a social media takeover and visit projects and people to post to the charity’s social media accounts (Facebook, Instagram, Tick-Tok and Twitter). You will help to capture the lives of the community and the charities projects which include handwashing projects and building new schools, toilets and clinics.
Longer term volunteers (4 weeks +) can join the social media internship role where you can help develop the charity’s online presence by designing a communication strategy.
Video and Photography
You can use your video and photography experience to help capture content for promotional purposes including the charity website, sponsorship and fundraising. These will be used to help publicise the charity as well as providing a means of feedback for current donors which helps to form an important link between supporters and the community.
If you have video experience then you can help to create locally produced films to educate the community on health and social issues. You can work with the local team to help with script-writing, casting, producing and editing short educational films. The team then tours schools in the local area and uses the films to educate children, teachers and the community. You will be given a specific project to complete by the charity when you arrive.
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