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iT4Communities adds its 1,400th volunteering opportunity

Howard Lake | 30 March 2006 | News

iT4Communities has registered its 1,400th volunteering opportunity on its website.

iT4C, established by the Worshipful Company of Information Technologists in 2002, introduces IT professionals, who want to offer their skills, to voluntary and community organisations needing IT help.

To date, iT4C has delivered IT volunteering worth over £600,000 to the voluntary and community sector, with projects ranging from website and database development to help with IT strategies and training.

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John Davies, programme director for iT4C, is eager to build on this success by reaching those organisations who haven’t yet heard of the free service. “With over 3,300 volunteers registered there is a good chance the iT4C can introduce you to the IT professional with the right skills for your organisation, he says.

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