Giving a helping hand to local charities

Cambridge Social Media Day was created with three core values at the heart of it: affordable learning, supporting local organisations and giving back to the community. That’s why we’re really excited to be able to announce that a few local charities which represent these values will be involved with the event.

All three charities – CambridgeOnline, Cambridge CVS and Camfed – will have free tickets to the day and get a share of the profits.

Each organisation represents one of our values:

  • Affordable learning for everyone is represented by CambridgeOnline, which focuses on making computers and other technology accessible, inclusive and fun for all.
  • Together with Cambridge CVS we’re supporting local organisations. Cambridge CVS is working with community groups and charities in Cambridge, South Cambs and Fenland to provide them with the skills and the confidence to make a difference.
  • And last but certainly not least, we’re giving back to communities together with Camfed. They work really hard to break the cycle of poverty and inequality in rural Africa by educating girls and investing in economic and leadership opportunities for young women. And we’re all about empowering young women (and everyone else) to be the leaders in their community, to create new opportunities for themselves and improve lives.

We’ll have representatives from each organisation present on the day. If you’d like to learn more about them and see how you can support them, be sure to secure your own ticket now and hook up with them at Cambridge Social Media Day on Thursday 8th November.

Your ticket will not only help you expand your knowledge of social media and meet with like-minded professionals but also help three fantastic local charities. It’s a win-win for everyone!

Lenka Koppova

Lenka Koppova

Lenka Koppova is #OrganicSocial Strategist and Trainer. She’s helping badass entrepreneurs to achieve their goals by leveraging the power social media marketing (the right way). She’s also the founder of Cambridge Social Media, a community-driven organisation helping local businesses and non-profits to get to grips with social media. As part of CSM, she’s running regular meetups, workshops, as well as an annual social media conference based in Cambridge, focused on helping businesses to harness the power of social media.

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