Remote Volunteering Has A Greater Role In The Future of Volunteering

Remote volunteering was unheard of before the COVID-19 pandemic and the worldwide lockdowns which followed. Now, however, it has become and is emerging as another great force to make impactful change in the world. Remote volunteering may even be the future of volunteering.

Jens Christian Trier, Co-Founder and COO of We Make Change, a social enterprise using remote volunteering as a tool to help startups make sustainable and positive change in the world spoke with The Borgen Project about the work that the organization is doing, the impact of the pandemic and remote volunteering in general.

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Ann Holman

Ann is currently leading the Engaged Communities' Executive Team. Previous to joining EC, Ann has experience managing significant digital projects across complex environments within the utilities, water and local government sectors.

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