Win a day of my time as part of Volunteers’ Week 2015


Win a day of my time as part of Volunteers’ Week 2015

To mark National Volunteers’ Week 2015, I’m giving away a day of editing or copywriting to a UK not-for-profit or charity.

If you fall under this category and would like to put your company forward to benefit from a day of my time, carry on reading.

National Volunteers Week #volunteersweek, runs from 1 to 7 June 2015. It is an annual celebration of the fantastic contribution millions of volunteers make across the UK.

It’s also a chance for organisations to thank the volunteers who make their work possible, and to find new ones.

Volunteers' week I’ve been a volunteer in various capacities over the years including running the social media accounts and website for the third largest branch of the National Childbirth Trust (NCT) during my first maternity leave in 2012.

Having been inspired by Sarah Jackson @kestrelcopy, I thought I’d offer my time to help others too.

Simply complete your details below by 8pm on Sunday 7 June 2015. If yours is the name drawn at that time, you will receive a day of my time to focus on your copywriting or editing.

I will work remotely, on a mutually convenient day in July 2015, on your behalf.

Here are some ideas of the type of work you could choose from.

I could:

  • Write you an article for your blog
  • Be a fresh pair of eyes to proofread your latest employee magazine, publication or slides
  • Rewrite a leaflet that’s in need of a refresh
  • Create an executive summary for a report.

Just fill in the form below, and if you are based in the UK and are a charity or not-for-profit, you will be entered into the draw.

What’s in it for you?
A day of my time dedicated to you to focus on your copywriting and editing.

What’s in it for me?
header_allthingsicAside from a warm fuzzy feeling, if you like the work we do together, I’ll ask you for a testimonial for my website. But that’s not obligatory, particularly if the work is sensitive.

The form you need is below. Good luck.

To find out how All Things IC communication consultancy works on a day-to-day basis, see the What We Do page. I’m currently on maternity leave with my twins and toddler, but will be back to work from September 2015.

Read more about National Volunteers’ Week 2015 or discover the conversations on Twitter @volunteersweek.

Here’s the form to enter your organisation into the draw:

Best of luck.


Post author: Rachel Miller

First published on All Things IC blog 2 June 2015.


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