Leveraging the power of low-code in the voluntary sector.
Low-code is the easiest way to develop business applications, fast. We joined Netcall partner Bonfire Creative Intelligence to look at how Liberty Create low-code was used to develop a revolutionary volunteer app to help the third sector.
In the midst of the COVID crisis, Bonfire Creative Intelligence saw the need for a platform to empower the voluntary sector to help manage, organise, deliver and track an ever-increasing level of support. PieceofKind is that platform.
Our presenters for the session are:
Stephen Judge – Director – Bonfire Creative Intelligence
Stephen Skeet – Director of Impact & Business Development – Volunteering Matters
This webinar will show how PieceofKind intelligently matches volunteers with someone in need and ultimately, helps to drive safe, consistent and sustainable management of community support and volunteer services.
Plus, we’ll see how the volunteer app helps voluntary organisations to:
- Reduce the administration workload
- Deliver real-time reporting and dashboards
- Provide efficient management and traceability of all support delivered
- Protect personal data and ensure GDPR compliance
More about our speakers
Director, Bonfire Creative Intelligence
Stephen has spent many years specialising in visual communications, working with a number of leading agencies, both London and regional, before co-founding Bonfire in late 2000. Bonfire is a Drum Recommended, award winning creative consultancy. Having been instrumental in the development and growth of Bonfire, Stephen’s role in the business today encompasses strategic development, brand and business development, creative problem solving and idea generation/direction.
Director of Impact & Business Development, Volunteering Matters
Stephen has spent many years working in the non-profit organisation management industry, supporting change management and transformation projects. He also focuses on coaching, fundraising, community engagement and public policy.