Engaging audiences on their terms is essential to survival. For many the hard work to do this may have begun but let’s face it we’re not there yet.
It’s time to sit up, listen to what people want and take action. The charity sector is in crisis and it’s time to act. So let ‘Who Cares?’ help you to help those who matter most – the audiences you engage.
CharityComms Digital Conference: 24 – 25 November
The 2021 CharityComms Digital Conference will take place on 24-25 November. It'll be another bumper event with loads of great content on all things digital.
Strategy news, thinking, interviews and case studies
Highlights from around our membership.
Four communications lessons from collaborative campaigns
How to diversify your charity’s digital marketing activity
Adapting your marketing strategy when challenging times hit
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, campaigns and fundraising.
Evergreen, useful stuff.
Beyond the organogram – The rise of agile in charity marketing and comms
Beyond the organogram – Shaping comms teams for future challenges
Beyond the organogram – How to build a stronger audience focus
Online event (July 14-16) now on demand
If you weren’t able to join us for our first ever Storyfest – an online festival dedicated to the art of honest and authentic storytelling. You can still catch up on the three days of inspiring live talks and thought-provoking panel discussions as well as resources galore by registering for on demand access.
Listen to the podcast
Who doesn’t love a podcast? Tune into the CharityComms podcast to hear inspiring stories from across the charity sector network.
Latest strategy jobs
Our listings have the best, latest strategy job vacancies in the charity sector in the UK.
Full-time, London/Remote, £25,000
Media and communications officer
Maternity cover, Bristol/London or home-based, £31,400-£32,900 depending on location
Prospect Development Manager
Full-time, Fixed Term, Holborn, Circa:£33,000