As so many of us are shifting to a new reality of online learning and remote working, human connections are more important than ever. Just as it’s more important than ever to communicate effectively with beneficiaries, audiences and supporters, we’re also having to learn to connect virtually with our colleagues, teams and the organisations we work with. You are the heart of CharityComms and we’re here to support you with whatever communications needs you might have.
Our digital team have put together a one-stop-shop resources page with articles, guides and tips on lots of useful topics from crisis comms to looking after your mental health and wellbeing. And our events team have been working with our amazing range of speakers to switch our upcoming live events to online, which will all be free for members. If you find yourself needing additional support for campaigns or training, our suppliers directory has a great list of fantastic freelance professionals and agencies who are all ready to help.
If you need support with anything at this time, or have any resources or ideas to share with the CharityComms community, please let us know. Thank you for being part of our amazing network – stay well and stay in touch.
Sarah Clarke, Head of Membership
Our members are the heart of CharityComms.
Join our community of more than 8,000 professionals working in UK charities and not-for-profits, covering all aspects of communications, campaigns and fundraising.
For individual freelancers, sole traders or professionals working solo / as part of a small charity comms team. £92(+vat) annually.
For a charity’s whole comms team – there’s no limit to the number of team members you can sign up. From £110(+vat) based on income.
For suppliers to the charity sector – promote your services and associate your brand with best practice. Rates start at £368(+vat).
Membership provides me with an invaluable network, enabling me to meet and learn from other communications professionals – including other sole communicators like myself. CharityComms seminars are always informative and interesting.
copy writer, editor and proof-reader,
Being an organisational member is worth every penny, many of my team members have benefited from the seminars and conferences, in particular learning from mistakes has helped us be braver in our comms.
Global head of communications,
Being a corporate partner of CharityComms pays genuine business dividends. We have secured significant contracts with a number of charities as a direct result of contacts made at CharityComms events.