Part time Admin assistant post based in Eastbourne. Closing date 30th November. Email email@example.com for job description or send us your CV. Tel: 01323 848588 for information or informal visit of our workshop.
Charities are part of a strong British Heritage dating back to 597AD.
Now more than ever Charities & Voluntary Organisation are desperate for Volunteers. Yes Volunteers, people of all ages & abilities wanting to give something back or possibly wanting to develop new skills.
Computers for Charities based in Eastbourne, East Sussex. Is just one of those? COVID being just one factor to reduce many organisations ability to fully function.
Here at our workshop, I certainly would welcome more assistance our workshops to aid the many organisations we assist locally, nationally and internationally not just with computers but a whole range of support.
As with our forthcoming Christmas Shoebox appeal. Or admin assistant to share the load in the office.
Training is available where required. Commitment is open ended with flexibility always in mind. Regardless of your age or ability.
Please consider giving CfC a hand, give me a call Simon Tel 01323 848588 Monday to Friday or email. firstname.lastname@example.org and help us make a difference.
Broadband scandal ! Despite at least 20% of UK homes still lacking direct broadband access by choice or design. Choice is now decided by landline suppliers as they now charge for broadband regardless of personal preference.
Whilst many remote and not so remote locations, including here in Eastbourne suffering intermittent connectivity.
Computers for Charities is an organisation not compelled by computers. But people, hence “Passionate about people” is our by word. Community Pastoral support being just one aspect of CfC’s regular activities.
This weekend when visiting Mrs B a widow and octogenarian, we found her to be totally distraught regarding her latest telephone bill from landline supplier Talk, Talk.
Incredibly her bill had doubled given new additional charges for fibre broadband, despite here ongoing request of not having a need or desire for broadband.
We contacted Talk Talk about this arbitrary decision and Talk Talk handlers confirmed this to be the company’s policy. No we no longer supply Landline only packages and was unable to offer an alternative, and for those on low income, etc.
This is a dire state of affairs.
Just two suppliers provide Landline only packages. BT & Virgin Media but sadly maybe only until 2025, as the industry seeks to transfer all telecoms over to digital.
Reminiscent of 2012 when TV coverage changed from analogue to digital.
What of Mrs B. Put up or shut up basically is the answer. Changing suppliers will cost £70 not of her choosing or see phone bills double.
Sadly Ofcom the UK’s telephone watch dog remain silent on this one and as to Talk Talk, when a gesture of good will was suggested. They declined