The Social Media Exchange on Monday 27th January got off to a lively start with 150 delegates joining in a singalong of “Don’t stop me now” led by Jessie Maryon Davies, a musician who conducts choirs such as Woven Gold. Everyone was keen to learn from the best digital storytellers in the media and charity sectors how to make the most of the opportunities provided by digital and social media.
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We’re compiling our Impact Report for 2013 and we need your help. Has an event you’ve attended led you to form new work alliances, or have we inspired you as part of a project or campaign? Has our training made an impact on the way you tell your organisation’s story? Please do get in touch and let us know how we’ve helped you in your work.
On 18th February at 6pm, along with the Third Sector PR and Communications Network, we’ll be launching our 2013 soundtalk season with an event focussing on storytelling. There’ll be guests from the BBC and Facebook on the panel and Facebook will be hosting the evening at its offices in London’s Covent Garden.
We’re delighted to have produced a new guide “Getting started with social media” for the Family Strategic Partnership. During March and April 2012 we delivered social media workshops for organisations working with families all over the country. This handbook was created to accompany the training. You can download a pdf of the guide or view it […]
To support the Leicester Hospitals Charity’s Appeal for a new teenage/young people cancer ward at Leicester Royal Infirmary we were commissioned to create this video. We prepared all the interviews and then worked with an in-house cameraman. We then crafted a narrative from all the raw footage.
Leicester Hospitals Charity, with support from the Teenage Cancer Trust, and the Robbie Anderson Cancer Trust, needs to raise £1.4 million for the project to go ahead. If the money can be raised in time, work on the new unit will start in summer 2012.
As part of our ongoing programme of training for the charity sector we brought together a host of experts to share their knowledge on how to get maximum impact from video and audio content. Speakers included: Laura Sleight from the Blue Cross, Simon Carter from the Scout Association and Clare Horton, the editor of societyguardian.co.uk
What do you get if you cram a bunch of social entrepreneurs, charity funders and all round do-gooders into a small room in central London? Well it was all there to see at the People Powered Change Event organised by the Big Lottery Fund and facilitated by David Wilcox and John Popham, aka the social reporters. sounddelivery was invited to join a select group including representatives from UnLtd, NESTA, the Nominet Trust, Your Square Mile and the Young Foundation (to name just a few) to discuss BIG’s challenges for the future.
We’re delighted to announce that a project developed and delivered by sounddelivery for Crich Tramway Village has won the “Working with Children and Young People” award at the Derbyshire Heritage Awards. The project involved young people creating an audio trail to guide visitors through the museum’s restored period village streets.
ACS Cobham International School asked us to help their students develop a communications and fundraising strategy to support their charitable work through the use of social media. The school has a Disaster Relief Fund and a Namibia Project which students can volunteer to be part of. The school wanted not only to engage new students and get them involved, but also to show off the work the groups of students had done to donors and supporters as well as previous students.
We’re bringing back the Social Media Exchange – and this time its Express! What does that mean? Well its a different approach to your average conference or training event. Over the course of a day you’ll have the chance to learn from dozens of different subjects in 1 hour chunks.