If so, and if you have the time and enthusiasm to work with us here at CAFOD Arundel and Brighton as a social media communications volunteer, then please get in touch.
We can offer training in social media techniques and strategies and you can gain crucial experience, knowledge and points on your CV. You may be able to visit our office just South of Guildford or you could possibly work from a distance in the comfort of your own home. Expenses are covered.
“For me, utilising social media is crucial in order to reach a wider audience and get the message out to them about CAFOD’s great work especially at a local level. It is something I can easily incorporate into my hectic life at University and feel I am still making a difference.” Jack, communications volunteer in Northampton
All experience levels are very welcome to express interest – all you need is a willingness to help us with increasing our social media presence.
Amplify our work on social media
If you’re interested in finding out a little more then please do get in touch and we’ll gladly fill you in.
01483 898 866 or email@example.com
One Little Pig in The Philippines
Four Years ago, this November, Typhoon Haiyan, the largest storm to make landfall, hit The Philippines. Schools, parishes and individuals generously donated to our emergency appeal which raised £5.4 Million in total. The response from schools was fantastic with a huge range of fundraising activities arranged from cake sales to 24-hour basketball marathons.
We have a team of Schools Visitors who can offer an interactive assembly for your primary school which is especially accessible for Key Stage One as it is includes the story of the 3 Little Pigs.
Advent is on the way
With Advent quickly approaching our volunteer visitors can also help ensure our global family are part of your reflections and celebrations.
Almost Jason – the winning team
Last Saturday St Edmund’s parish Godalming held their annual quiz night in aid of CAFOD organised by the St Edmund’s J&P group. The event was sold out with 9 teams taking part and raised an amazing £820 which will be split equally between Harvest fast day and Rohingya Crisis appeal.