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Tuesday, 21st May 2019 at 7:15 am
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Communiteer is working with NFPs and for-purpose organisations across different sectors to build a sharing economy and harness the power of the crowd.


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How to do more with less
Tuesday, 21st May 2019 at 7:15 am

Communiteer is working with NFPs and for-purpose organisations across different sectors to build a sharing economy and harness the power of the crowd.

Today, there is a growing demand on community services.

Not for profits and charities constantly need greater access to volunteers, a greater ability to extend their reach and create deeper engagement with funders and supporters. Yet, they are asked to work with what resources are available. The question then becomes, how can we provide a scalable and sustainable solution?

How do they do more, with less?

The community sector is primed to work collaboratively. Ideas and resources are just waiting for the right combination of people and circumstances to be utilised. Communiteer is working with NFPs and for-purpose organisations across different sectors to build a sharing economy.

Every organisation that joins Communiteer will bring its projects, content and supporters with them to grow the community. We will all play our part in creating a diverse and expansive pool of volunteers, content and influence that can be more efficiently leveraged through the power of crowdsourcing.

By harnessing the power of the “crowd”, organisations can extend their reach by sharing their stories with groups of highly engaged individuals on a regular basis, through which they can build and grow their community through a number of online engagement tools and activities. They can post volunteering opportunities and call upon the crowd to solve the challenge through skills-based volunteering. Best of all, every action, story and announcement that gets posted by them or other organisations will be collated and categorised under the United Nations sustainable development goals.

This content will then be broadcasted to individuals who are aligned to each of the goals to ensure they are able to connect with the right communities to help build and reinforce their engagement.

Together with our key partners, (UNAA, 10×10, SGSA, Humanity in Business and various peak bodies), we want to build a more inclusive society and amplify the collective impact.

With hundreds of organisations and thousands of Communiteer’s already part of our ecosystem, we want to invite you and your organisation to join our community.  

Together, we can turn scarcity into abundance through the power of crowdsourcing.

To learn more email: info@communiteer.org




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