Social Media Champion

What You'll Do: 

You’ll be a valued part of your local community fundraising team as an online Social Media Champion for the NSPCC! As a Social Media Champion, you will be an engaging force liking and sharing our work and events to spread the word of our cause. You’ll support your local community fundraising team by promoting and championing the cause on both a national and local level!

 

We appreciate that work, family, and friends come first and, with that in mind, this role offers flexibility to fit in with your lifestyle. The online world of social media never stops so you can be volunteering when it suits you!

Why You'll Love It: 

You will love this role if you have a passion for our cause, have awareness of social media trends and networks and a keen interest in developing social media skills. You'll be invited to our national monthly Social Media Champion meeting which connects all the Social Media Champions across the UK, helping you to search, learn, and grow from other volunteers and from the NSPCC's Social Media Team. You'll get advice on when, what and where to share stories, and have an inside scoop to what the NSPCC will be promoting in the coming month. 

 

 

What You'll Learn: 

We’ll support you with advice, skills, and tools to help you to champion, share and support the word of the NSPCC.

 

You’ll learn more about how you’re helping to protect children in your local area and across the UK, and you’ll have the opportunity to grow your own skills in social media and engagement! It’s a great way to develop your skills enhance your CV – with references provided by the NPSCC

What We're Looking For: 

We’re looking for enthusiastic, creative, and knowledgeable students to be a part of a local Community Fundraising team as a Social Media Champion!

 

90 per cent of our income comes from our events, collections, and supporter fundraising, so we’re always looking at ways of getting people involved and championing our cause to make a difference and our social media champions play an important part in sharing our story and helping to make a change

Summary
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Volunteer
Families
Human Rights
Mental Health
Young People
London
United Kingdom
0 Hours / Week
Skills you will develop: 
Organisation
Research
Networking
Motivating Others
Innovation
Relevant interests: 
Charity / Nonprofit
Fundraising
Marketing and Advertising
Requirements: 
Statement of Motivation
Over 18 years old

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