It’s safe to say all our lives have changed since the start of the pandemic. We are in the midst of unprecedented circumstances and the continuing uncertainty that coronavirus brings is one that is not going away any time soon. Almost overnight what we all considered to be normal day-to-day life radically changed and now we must all find a way to cope with the new status quo of staying indoors, social distancing and finding new ways of working remotely.
The inescapable new reality we currently face brings with it the challenge of losing face-to-face contact with the people we as charity communicators are here to support and forces us all to think about how we can most effectively continue communicating in the weeks and months ahead. Strategic communications at times like these are more important than ever and we want you to know that we have your back for all the challenges to come. Charity communicators as ever play a vital role in mobilising support for our organisations and in shaping and amplifying a message of hope and agency in a time of crisis and we want to make sure you have the tools to do just that.
Remember: the charity community is strong and we will get through these difficult times together.
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