Use your Graphic Design skills to #HelpFromHome

Use your Graphic Design skills to #HelpFromHome

Use your Graphic Design skills to #HelpFromHome
The Funding Network NZ

Estimated Time: 10 - 15 Hours Over 6 - 8 Weeks

Kia Ora! We are The Funding Network and we work to train small charities in how to tell their stories and raise money online. This has never been as important as it is now, with fundraising become harder and need becoming greater. We are looking for some graphic design support for our volunteer-led charity. We have our next live, online event on November 24th and need help with banners, beautiful content for us to attract new supporters and also, perhaps, if we get really lucky, help with making sure our website is ready for the challenge too. The event on the 24th November kicks off a two week crowdfunding challenge for the three charities we have selected - each of them working to unlock match funding and targeting $20k to support their amazing work. Can you help us out for a few hours a week to help us shape our campaign and engage more generous Kiwis through eye-catching design? I attach the banner we used at our previous #HelpFromHome event earlier this year. Ngā mihi, Tim

Proposed project steps with time estimates

1. Identify Volunteer
2. Design banner for event announcement - 3 to 5 hours
3. Work out campaign visuals with Manager - 2 hours
4. Deliver key visuals in time to start using from Nov 9th - 15 hours
5. Event Nov 24th
6. End of campaign Dec 6th

What We Have In Place

Selected charities
Basic website: Partnership with Givealittle
Networks for promotion
Manager (10 hours a week)
Supportive Board
Social Media Channels
Comm strategy

The Funding Network NZ
New Zealand wide
The Funding Network NZ is a registered charity supporting positive social change work in New Zealand.
What we Do
We are a New Zealand non-profit organisation and part of a global network hosting live crowd-funding events in a fun and inclusive setting. We put out a call for applications and select three social entrepreneurs with small- medium sized charities who then pitch for funding from the audience at each event.