Find the help your charity is looking for! Our directories feature some of the best and brightest service providers for charities. Whether it’s short term cover or a long-term strategy, project delivery or sourcing supplies, you can find the people and businesses to meet your needs within these pages.
Find a supplier
Our supplier directory is a listing of CharityComms’ corporate partners. If your charity is looking for help from an agency or supplier, you can find them here.
Rough House Media has been corporate members of CharityComms for seven years now and have found it to be extremely beneficial. It keeps us up to speed on developments in the sector, enables us to network and build relationships directly with those key decision-makers who will engage us to work with them, and sends a signal to potential clients that we are serious about working with charities. We have gained significant work within the sector as a direct result of our membership so we would wholeheartedly recommend it.
Find a freelancer
Our freelance directory is a listing of CharityComms’ freelance members. If your charity needs external help from an individual, this is the place to find them.
I’ve had a number of inquiries via the CharityComms freelance directory. It’s a really useful resource for freelance charity communication professionals looking for work in the sector. And it’s a great database for charity communicators who want to outsource work to experienced freelancers. I’d recommend other freelancers sign up and think it's a brilliant benefit of individual CharityComms membership.
If you’re a freelance comms professional looking for work in the charity sector, join our freelance directory. To feature, you must be a CharityComms individual member. Only named individuals may feature.
CharityComms is proud and pleased to include within these pages the many corporate partners and freelance individual members in our network.
However, inclusion in our supplier or freelance directories does not constitute a recommendation on CharityComms’ part of the services or products offered. So please make sure you do your own due diligence when selecting suppliers or freelancers to work with. Our Best Practice Guide to Working with agencies: how to be a smart client should help – download it for free here.