So now you've got the tools to make your life easier, but how do you use them to the get the best results? These resources are designed to help you get the most out of your projects - whether you want to use social media to recruit volunteers or write the best e-newsletter ever!
The funny t-shirts are out and the red noses are on - it’s the BBC’s annual fundraising event, Red Nose Day! It takes place on Friday 13 March this year and the theme is Make your face funny for money.
Staying in touch with your community can be a very tricky business with traditional methods like phone calls and texts being quite time-consuming and costly.
Every organisation could do with a few more pennies in the bank. While online fundraising for a small, local organisation probably isn’t going to see you rolling in cash, it could provide a supplement to your other income.
Are you hosting a community event this Summer? We can help you find digital tools that can help take the heat out of managing your events, from the early planning stages right through to your monitoring and evaluation. All of these tools have been rated by Community How To members.
Facebook is by far the most popular social network in the UK, and in fact the world! There are almost 1 billion Facebook users, all over the world, and more than 30 million of those are in the UK.
Twitter is a great tool for any organisation wanting to reach out and connect with stakeholders and partners.
MailChimp makes it easy for nonprofits to grow their email-newsletter list and stay connected with their members, staff, volunteers and board. This guide explains how to use MailChimp's features and integrations, from PayPal to social sharing options, and how they can benefit nonprofits.