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Communicating to create change: tackling the environmental crisis. Online conference 19 May.

Join us on 19 May 

What is happening to the planet impacts all cause areas differently. No matter your charity’s purpose you can play a vital role in helping communicate the environmental crisis. So get involved and join us online on 19 May for ‘Communicating to create change: tackling the environmental crisis’.

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Using animation to engage people on the global water crisis

Using animation to engage people on the global water crisis

WaterAid's starting point was a desire to evolve storytelling, seeking different ways to engage people in the global water crisis and represent the communities with which they work.
Charities to learn from when it comes to communicating the environmental crisis

Charities to learn from when it comes to communicating the environmental crisis

Ahead of ‘Communicating to create change: tackling the environmental crisis’ our sponsors share examples of charities that are strong when it comes to producing environmental comms that cut through…
Accessible communications doesn’t have to be complicated

Accessible communications doesn’t have to be complicated

As communications professionals we know accessible communications is important. Here’s some things that you can put in place today that would make a difference to the lives of visually impaired people…

Events

Communicating to create change: tackling the environmental crisis

Communicating to create change: tackling the environmental crisis

19 May 2022

Do you work in a charity or agency who wants to use comms to help tackle the environmental crisis, no matter your charitable purpose? Join us as we talk about why environmental issues should become part of your charity’s values, mission and brand, and the frameworks you can use to structure and direct your thinking.

Brand Breakfast: Developing a brand campaign

Brand Breakfast: Developing a brand campaign

8 June 2022

CharityComms’ Brand Breakfast is a group for professionals working in brand to come together to discuss issues of mutual interest and share examples of good practice. Be sure to bring along your beverage of choice!

Seminar: Comms campaigns that are changing the world

Seminar: Comms campaigns that are changing the world

16 June 2022

In this energising morning of quick-fire talks, comms veterans will share their favourite communications campaigns that are helping to change the world and tackle some of society’s biggest challenges. 

A starting point for fostering more inclusive comms

Accessibility is a huge topic and this resource is a starting point. A way in to help you and your teams start thinking about how you can make your comms more accessible.

Accessible communication
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Communicating social issues

What is happening around us in society impacts all our cause areas in different ways. See how charities are tackling some of the biggest issues of our time.

Membership

Our members are what makes CharityComms special. So if you are looking for a supportive network of charity sector peers look no further. Join our community of more than 8,000 professionals working in UK charities and not-for-profits, covering all aspects of communications, digital, campaigns and fundraising.

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Resources for Small Charities

Being small doesn’t mean you can’t achieve big things, but working with limited budgets and resources can present unique challenges. If you are small in size but mighty in ambition check out the resources we have available just for you.

Latest jobs

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Charity vacancies in communications from around the sector.

Marketing & Communications Manager

Marketing & Communications Manager

Are you an experienced Marketing & Communications professional? Do you want to see wildlife thrive in Hertfordshire and Middlesex?
Deadline: 17 May 2022

Full-time, St Albans, £34,987 (scale points 32-38), plus contribution to pension auto-enrolment

Market and Audience Insight Lead

Market and Audience Insight Lead

Advise on project design and use the findings to build an evidence-led approach at Scope.
Deadline: 17 May 2022

Full-time, London/Remote, £37,705

Digital Manager

Digital Manager

As a Digital Manager, you will increase the online presence and raise awareness of the work of Rethink Mental Illness.
Deadline: 18 May 2022

Full-time, London, £29,485.09 - £32,025.17per annum (£32,131.20 - £34,671.28pa inclusive of London allowance)

CharityComms ‘Team of the Year’

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CharityComms’ environmental pledge

As an organisation CharityComms is committed to highlighting the issues and helping our members to harness the transformational power of communications to drive positive environmental action. Find out what the team is doing to reduce our environmental impact.

Digital benchmark

Join the growing group of 70+ UK charities who are already pooling their digital data in order to compare and evaluate their online performance. Get involved to find out how your charity compares.