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Jax



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Topic # 222749 27-Aug-2017 14:51
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I am an Enterprise Architect/Project Manager (Networks, Cloud, Server/Storage etc) with some spare time and wondering if there is any use for my skills for a Charity.

 

I work Full time in Akl, but willing to do work on w/ends etc.

 

Are there any organisations you can sign up with? I am not sure how to get started?


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  Reply # 1853348 27-Aug-2017 18:22
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By the sounds of it you are looking for something more long term.

 

Try this nor now: impactNPO Auckland Charity Hackathon weekend - Sept 2017. You could come out of this with an agreement to provide additional longer support to the charity that you supported over the weekend.

 

I have not seen many IT related options here, but you can try volunteeringauckland.org.nz

 

 


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  Reply # 1854358 28-Aug-2017 21:03
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Thanks, I've tried via the Hackathon link... not sure if they're full.

 

Might check out Neighbourly as well.

 

 

 

 


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  Reply # 1855979 31-Aug-2017 14:51
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FYI: Friday's Meetup: A waitlist is available for "impactNPO Auckland Charity Hackathon weekend - Sept 2017"


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  Reply # 1861493 9-Sep-2017 18:59
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Our non-profit organisation in Chch needs a social media person.

 

We are all volunteers

 

 

 

 


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