Deciding who to vote for during a General Election can be tricky - espeically if you don't know a lot about the parties and their policies. Luckily there are lots of digital tools online to help you! Take a look at the video below to find out more about them!
In an increasingly digital world, donating to charity has never been easier, but we’re always looking for ways to keep simplifying the process. Well now a new social platform has found the latest solution.
The #Donate service has been set up by retail technology company, #Pay, and GOOD Agency, enabling charities to receive money directly from tweets and retweets on Twitter.
Charities can create a fixed amount hashtag, or a flexible one that allows the donor to choose how much they want to give.
Now that the better weather is here, we’re sure you’ll have lots of flourishing green spaces in your communities that you’re just itching to visit over the weekends - that’s why Community How To is getting behind the For The Love Of… our communities campaign, run by our friends over at The Big Lunch.
You may have seen the digital tool, Streetclub - a social network that serves a particular post code area, making it more local and community-based. After receiving lots of feedback asking for them to join up with the neighbourly website StreetBank, they’ve decided to do just that.
Have you registered to vote in this year’s general election? Do you know who to vote for? There can be a lot of tricky decisions and processes surrounding elections - especially if you don’t know much about what you need to do, and the different parties and their policies.
Here at Community How To it’s our goal to help you do more, more easily and we think it’s really important that everyone has a say in their own democracy. That’s why we’ve brought together all the best digital tools from around the web to help you make that all-important decision on May 7.
Becoming a successful not-for-profit can take time and energy - but it also needs expert knowledge. Rockit Funding is a website dedicated to helping and advising organisations to develop and thrive.
It was set up by founder Anne Faulkner as a solution to the growing problem that not-for-profits with brilliant ideas and big ambitions were finding it hard to generate income to make their ideas happen.
They offer many expert services including how to identify funding opportunities, how to create a strategy to generate income and how to write bids and proposals.
Last week a new digital tool was launched that allows you to live-stream videos to Twitter.
It’s called Meerkat and it’s very simple and straightforward to use. It's taken the technology world by storm - according to The Wall Street Journal it had more than 15,000 users signed up in the first three days!