At this challenging time, we’re being bombarded with information and it becomes difficult to keep track of, & digest, the things that are useful to us as volunteers, individuals seeking support, and as stakeholders in a charitable, community and voluntary groups and organisations in Flintshire.
In a bid to combat this, we’ve found a way to group tweets together in themed collections, keeping them all in one place, waiting until you have the time, or the need, to view them.
One of the biggest advantages of collections is that tweets contained within them can be viewed by anyone, regardless of whether they’re signed up to Twitter. Collections also allow us to signpost information to you quickly and easily, allowing us more time to do other things in support of those impacted by the pandemic, those volunteering to help, and our partners.
Access our themed collections here:
- Advice, information & guidance from UK & national government and associated agencies, Flintshire County Council, our partners, including Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board and North Wales Police, and local and national third sector organisations.
- Information for the Third Sector organisations and groups
- Information for new groups formed in response to the pandemic
- Funding opportunities
- Service updates from local and national Third Sector organisations
- Opportunities to help. You’ll find more than volunteering opportunities here because volunteering isn’t the only way to help.
- Resources for those is isolation/to make lockdown more interesting
- Opportunities for Third Sector organisations to share their experience with a view to informing the response
By placing a tweet in our collection, we’re effectively re-tweeting it, however, the publisher isn’t automatically notified. Instead, we’ll let publishers know by tagging them when we circulate the first e-bulletin issued since we added their tweet to a collection.
If you’re on Twitter, and want us to consider adding a tweet to a collection, please tag us @FLVCFlintshire.
If you’re not on Twitter, and you want us to consider including an item in our e-bulletin, please don’t hesitate to email it to firstname.lastname@example.org, putting “E-bulletin content” in the subject field. If you’re on Facebook, but not Twitter, and you’ve shared a post about something you’d like us to include in the bulletin, the easiest way to do this is to email us a list to your post, or tag us in on Facebook, @flvcpage.