Bitchin’ Good Video Editor

Bitchin’ Good Video Editor

Bitchin’ Good Video Editor
Good Bitches Trust

Estimated Time: 5 - 10 Hours Over 1 - 2 Months

We have nearly 3,000 amazing Good Bitches spread through New Zealand, who give up their time to bake delicious treats for people having a tough time. Our Good Bitches usually work alone and in most cases never get to meet any of their people receiving their baking or to connect with other Good Bitches. This year in National Volunteer Week (20-26 June) we would like to build a sense of community and connection to Good Bitches Baking by sharing a compilation of videos of Good Bitches talking about why they volunteer and what being part of GBB means to them. This would initially be used as part of the social media campaign for National Volunteer Week but may also be used for other events.

Working location

You'll need to be able to work from your own space with your own laptop/computer, video editing software, etc. Any meetings can be held online, though if you're based in the Wellington region, in person meetings are possible too. You'll be working mostly with other volunteers, so flexibility of when you work is needed to fit in with others schedules from time to time.

Proposed project steps with time estimates

• Scope task and confirm format requirements
• Prototype compilation
• Finalise compilation

What We Have In Place

• Volunteer Week Theme
• Volunteer Week High-Level Plan including a plan for sourcing videos
• Brand guidelines
• Established social media channels on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

A communications plan is under development. The social media elements will include visuals, quotes and an animation.

Good Bitches Trust
Community Group
Family Support
Good Cause
Health - Children
Health - Elders
Health - Family
Maternal Health
Mental Health
Parental Support
Social Services
Violence Support
Wellbeing - Children
Wellbeing - Older People
New Zealand wide
We're on a mission to make Aotearoa New Zealand the kindest place on earth
What we Do
Good Bitches Baking is a network of people who want to show kindness to those in their communities who are having a tough time. We do this by baking them a delicious treat. ​There are too many people out there having a tough time: families with children in hospital; those using food banks and soup kitchens; residents in hospice and their loved ones; women and children fleeing domestic violence. We hope to give them just a moment of sweetness in their time of crisis. ​People tell us that knowing someone cared enough to make them a treat helped them through the toughest of days.