How to achieve successful community engagement online

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Well run community engagement can bring extensive benefits to the progression of your local cause and can encourage the investment and involvement of local residents, groups, businesses, developers and a number of agencies.

In the last few years’ online engagement processes have begun to be more widely used for crowdfunding and community share schemes. They offer a number of advantages: people can participate without having to travel to meetings, it saves paper, enables people to focus on the issues that particularly interest them, and works well for people who feel intimidated by speaking in public. Online methods can be used as stand-alone processes or in parallel to or integrated with offline engagement methods.

During this #TechFest4SocialGood webinar, we will be hearing from organisations that have successfully engaged with their communities online. From sharing their journey and top tips, to the challenges they’ve faced along the way, this session promises to be one of the best takeaways you will consume this week!

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Gall ymgysylltu cymunedol a gynhelir yn dda gyflwyno manteision helaeth i ddilyniant eich achos lleol, a gall annog buddsoddiad ac ymglymiad trigolion, grwpiau, busnesau a datblygwyr lleol, a nifer o asiantaethau.

Yn ystod yr ychydig flynyddoedd diwethaf, mae prosesau ymgysylltu ar-lein wedi dechrau cael eu defnyddio’n ehangach ar gyfer cynlluniau cyllido torfol a chyfranddaliadau cymunedol. Maent yn cynnig nifer o fanteision: gall pobl gymryd rhan heb orfod teithio i gyfarfodydd, mae’n arbed papur, yn galluogi pobl i ganolbwyntio ar y materion sydd o ddiddordeb arbennig iddyn nhw, ac mae’n gweithio’n dda i bobl sy’n teimlo’n ofnus i siarad yn gyhoeddus. Gellir defnyddio dulliau ar-lein fel prosesau ar eu pennau eu hunain, ochr yn ochr â dulliau ymgysylltu all-lein, neu wedi eu hintegreiddio â nhw.

Yn ystod gweminar #TechFest4SocialGood, byddwn yn clywed gan sefydliadau sydd wedi ymgysylltu â chymunedau ar-lein yn llwyddiannus. O rannu eu taith a’u prif gynghorion, i’r heriau maen nhw wedi eu hwynebu ar hyd y ffordd, mae’r sesiwn hon yn argoeli i fod yn un o’r uchafbwyntiau yr wythnos hon!

Luke Clement

Luke is the Operations Manager of Technocamps, a pan-Wales Computer Science and ICT outreach programme. Luke is a qualified Physics teacher and a fluent Welsh speaker with a particular interest in embedding Computer Science across the curriculum.

Wyn Roberts

Wyn is a marketing professional, originally from Colwyn Bay and now living in Llandwrog, approximately 100 yards from Ty’n Llan! Wyn has supported a number of community share offers via his Company, AQUA Marketing, and is a member of Menter Ty’n Llan’s Management Committee leading on Community Engagement and Marketing.

Serena Snoad

Serena has been building online communities for 12 years. She oversees Talking Point, a support community for Alzheimer's Society. Outside of work, Serena organises events for community professionals and leads a community of practice for people managing peer support communities for non-profits. She was a finalist in 2020 CMX Community Industry Awards.

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