What are we looking for in you, a good eggs comms professional;
We’ve been delighted by the response to the Good Eggs initiative; story tellers volunteering their professional comms skills to help charities and NFP’s. We’ve had a wide range of charities getting in touch and calling out for help and assistance. We are very grateful to the many comms people who have sent us their forms and put themselves forward to help. We are busy working on a range of exciting placements.
But we could really do with having more comms professionals coming forward to help. Please get in touch, projects start from two hours as a one off and can be developed around your schedule. So this is a call out to you, to be a good egg’ what are we looking for;
Free range, you are a comms professional who likes to run free enabling you to utilise your skills to support charities you’re passionate about. We have a range of charities you can choose from and matching you up with one you are passionate about is our speciality
Organic, we don’t add any nastiness like strict contracts into our comms professionals so you can flourish with helping your charity. We’re not a recruitment agency, we are volunteers too and we don’t charge anyone for the service. We ask that once you commit to a charity you see the work through. Projects range from one off’s of 2 hours to ongoing help of an hour upwards a week.
Not too cracked, that your cracks appear in all the right places i.e. you are insanely busy yet find time to help others. If someone says to you, ‘you must be mad to take on this as well as all the other stuff you do’ then you’re our kind of people.
Sunny side up, you are a comms professional who sees the sunny side in any problem or challenge. The skills you can offer to charities and NFP’s who struggle with finding time or funding for comms like work is invaluable, whatever your level of expertise be optimistic about what you can offer and how you can help.
Not too runny, we like people like we like our eggs; just right. A good match makes for a productive placement so tell us what you can offer, the charities that set your world alight and what sort of time you can offer and we will work with you to find something that will suit you and your busy schedule.
Scrambled, you are the sort of person that scrambles to help out and not afraid to put themselves forward. Placements will be at your and the matched organisations convenience, it can be as simple as two hours for a one off or two hours a week for a short while, in can be in house or done remotely.
Likes a good yolk, the ability to laugh and not take yourself too seriously helps so don’t be afraid to connect in with us on LinkedIn or Twitter so you can find out more or share your thoughts. By joining the Good Eggs group you don’t have to commit to any project, we are happy if you just want to pop by and see what the fuss is all about. Plus we post our updates and resources there so request to join and we can start sharing information and whisking up some more support.
Get in touch and let’s chat about how you can become a good egg