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In this Connecting with Charities webinar, King’s Volunteering welcome three brilliant community partners who are working to build a digitally inclusive world, by empowering and enabling marginalised communities to engage with technology.
We’ll be joined by Fulham Good Neighbours and Brightside, and Community TechAid to hear about why they exist, how they use technology to achieve their vision and how you can contribute to their impact through volunteering.
If you’re passionate about access to technology and looking for ways to give back to your local communities, then please sign up to find out more.
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Rubab is the Volunteer Coordinator of Digital Projects at Fulham Good Neighbours, a charity focused on enriching the lives of older and disabled residents in Fulham. She oversees the volunteer and beneficiary journey on a number of digital projects, designed to improve IT literacy and improve independence.
Nic is the Partnerships Manager at Brightside, a charity committed to connecting young people with inspiring role models, to help them make confident and informed decisions about their future. In her role, Nic supports the charity's partners and programme teams to collaborate and deliver on projects.
Stephanie is the Partnerships and Engagement Manager at Community TechAid, a charity passionate about universal access to the online world and protecting the environment. Through building partnerships, Stephanie works to raise awareness of the isolating effects of the digital divide and the importance of reducing digital inequality.
King’s Volunteering is your one-stop shop for discovering opportunities and building connections with people and organisations that are driving positive change in our local, national and international communities.
From one-off events to regular volunteering opportunities, there's something for everyone. Whether you are passionate about the environment, education or mental health, King’s Volunteering can connect you with an organisation and a cause that's right for you.
We all have our reasons to volunteer, whether it’s advocating for a social issue, gaining new skills, improving our wellbeing or meeting new people. Whatever your motivation, sign up to King’s Volunteering to connect, discover and make a difference.
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