Communications and Websites
Kingston Voluntary Action works with Superhighways to support voluntary and community organisations to communicate better with their supporters, donors and beneficiaries. ICT training can include:
- Developing and updating your website, particularly using the VOICE system
- Using e-bulletin software to send newsletters - for instance: Mailchimp
- Using Social Media – Twitter, Facebook, Flickr etc.
- Using open data to demonstrate the need for your project
For more information, or to book a place on a course, visit Superhighways' training programme.
Our new project, Impact Aloud, can help you monitor, evaluate and communicate your impact using digital technology.
Using digital to demonstrate your impact
Demonstrating the impact of your work has never been so important. It can help you make a case for funding, and let your funders know the real difference you are making for your beneficiaries.
Just as important, it helps you see what works well and what needs to change, so that you can keep meeting the needs of the people you support more effectively.
We are working with Superhighways to help you monitor, evaluate and communicate your impact using digital technology.
Impact Aloud offers expert one-to-one support, training and advice to give you the confidence, skills and knowledge you need to evidence, capture and tell your stories.
Like to know more? Visit Impact Aloud on the Superhighways website.