Join our network of charity communications professionals and take advantage of the excellent resources CharityComms offers to help you and your organisation develop your communications.

Whether you are a director of communications at a large organisation or a sole comms officer at the very start of your career, CharityComms membership offers extensive benefits. We also run a corporate partnership scheme for companies working in the charity sector.


This membership offers key benefits to one individual. It’s a great option for professionals working within a charity or not for profit where the comms team is particularly small or for sole traders / individual freelancers working in communications for the charity sector.

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This option allows everyone working at your organisation to take advantage of our services - including exclusive benefits - and shows a commitment to developing the communications skills of your whole team.

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Suppliers to the charity sector can become corporate partners, demonstrating how your services and products contribute to raising the standard of charity communications.

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What our current members say about the value CharityComms membership brings them:

As a sole comms person at my organisation, my role covers lots of areas in communications, so the varied content of the seminars and conferences is really useful for me. I always find the events helpful to gain ideas that I can put into practice at work.

Emma Marshall
Communications and Outreach Officer, Peace Brigades International

Organisational membership is very cost effective with all of the benefits that we get, particularly with the free seminars and discounted conference places for everyone working at the organisation.

Natalie Muallem

Adeela Warley
Head of Communications, Friends of the Earth

Being a corporate partner of CharityComms pays genuine business dividends. We have secured significant contracts with a number
 of charities as a direct result of contacts made at CharityComms events.

Amanda Prosser
Director, PublicZone