Through Skills Match, we’re aiming to tackle social challenges during COVID-19 and beyond, building resilient communities for lasting social change.
Skills Match is an online platform that links up skilled and knowledgeable business volunteers with community, voluntary, social enterprise and public sector organisations that have made a request for professional support across a wide range of skill sets.
Do you have skills that you’d love to share? Let us know by registering on Skills Match here – we would love to hear from you.
Skills Match volunteers are individuals that offer support with anything from online marketing and website support to legal advice, facilities management, accountancy and more. If you are a charity or community group register your organisation here or via the buttons below.
Skills Match is supported by the Department for Communities and in partnership with the Northern Ireland Council for Voluntary Action (NICVA).
|If you see an opportunity that interests you and you would like to share your skills and offer your support as a new Skills Match volunteer, click ‘Apply now’ and you’ll be directed to create a new account on the platform.|
Get to know Skills Match
- Webinar: How your VCSE organisation can benefit from business expertise
- Webinar: Getting on board with Be Collective – What is Skills Match? and Linking the Skills Match platform to the Be Collective platform
- Download: Guidance notes for business: : How the platform works, key benefits of Skills Match, quality of service and associated risks
If you would like more information on Skills Match, please email Hilary Hanberry, Communities Manager, BITC, for more information.
Skills Match is powered by Be Collective. If you are a community group, charity or social enterprise, you may have already registered on the Be Collective platform via Volunteer Now. If this is the case, you do not need to re-register for Skills Match as one log in will work across both platforms. We recommend that you watch this eight minute video for more information.
Watch this video to hear from Verizon UK and Camphill Community Glencraig, on their experience with Skills Match: