We are looking for more good people for our communications team, and this is where you come into the picture. Together with other volunteers, we need you in our communications team, where the task is to convey all the good stories that our department draws every day. Both the uplifting stories, such as when we distribute Christmas aid and help needy families, the difficult stories about people in need and certainly also the funny and crazy stories from our fantastic community as Red Cross volunteers.
We dare to promise that you will not be bored, because there is always something fun, crazy, exciting or absolutely fantastic happening every day in the Red Cross. Will you help us tell the rest of the population about it?
Most Danes know the Red Cross for the aid work we do abroad - and perhaps for our first aid activities and shops in Denmark. But the knowledge of the entire extent of the Red Cross' aid work in Denmark, for the possibility of receiving support from the Red Cross and for being part of the wide range of social tasks that the Red Cross undertakes, as well as that the Red Cross is always just about corner, fewer people know about.
We need to increase awareness of our broad, national efforts for vulnerable Danes, so that we can help even more Danes and recruit even more who can help. And we need you for that!
We would very much like you to:
You do not need to be trained in communications or journalism to be part of the communications team, but you must have a desire and interest in social media, press work and similar communications work. The Red Cross national office helps you dress for the task to the extent you need.
This is what you get out of it:
We cannot offer you a salary - in return, we offer good experiences, a professional community and a strong feedback culture, so that you can develop as a communicator.
The Red Cross works to help the world's most vulnerable people - both abroad and in Denmark. We are always present and can step in where help is needed. This is the core vision of the Red Cross. In Denmark, the Red Cross has 204 branches throughout the country and 34,000 volunteers who work for Denmark's vulnerable. That is why there is always a Red Cross volunteer close to all Danes, and help is always just around the corner.
If you need to know more, you are very welcome to contact us via. "Contact Organisation".
We look forward to meeting you 😊
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