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Workshop of virtual volunteering.   Source: E-volunteering / E-wolontariat & TuDu (Flickr)

Virtual volunteering, an easy and effective way of collaborating with nonprofit organizations

Volunteering is possible even when we don’t have much time or we find it difficult to physically go to an organization. How? Thanks to technology, the Internet and collaborative tools that make virtual volunteering possible.

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Is the digital gap growing or shrinking?

Over 50% of the world population uses the Internet. 2016 is the year this incredible hallmark was reached. But what happens with the other half? 

BeSpecular app, lending eyes to the blind. Image: BeSpecular

BeSpecular, the app lending vision to the blind

The application takes a photo of what the visually impaired person needs to be helped with and attaches a voice message.  

Digital volunteering can be made from home. Photo: Pexels

5 platforms for worldwide digital volunteering

Online volunteering puts NGOs and communities in contact to carry out tasks thanks to one vital tool: an internet connection.

Ideas to improve visual communication / Photograph: Pexels

10 ideas to improve visual communication

Graphs, infographics, flyers or tag clouds can help non-profit organizations get their message across more clearly.