Website for a good cause wants you to participate in virtual volunteering
Forgood.co.za has invited South Africans to make use of their spare time and to consider virtual volunteering.
The website, which connects people to causes around the country, suggests ways that you can help.
Forgood.co.za CEO Andy Hadfield says there are some creative ways to this while you are a on lockdown.
You can click on the corona campaign. We have 413 nonprofits from across the country. They are loading about 100 needs a week and a vast majority of them can be done virtually or remotely at the moment.Andy Hadfield, CEO - Forgood.co.za
Causes are looking for a labour law specialist, a PR person, someone to develop an app, someone to compile a marketing video, help with employee contracts, running a social media presence, training on word press, audtiting financial statements, developing a home exercise plan....Andy Hadfield, CEO - Forgood.co.za
It is extraordinarily easy if you have the internet or a telephone.Andy Hadfield, CEO - Forgood.co.za
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