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There are lots of ways you can get involved in Community Voices whether you are a community needing support or a media professional wanting to volunteer your skills.
Our Media Matching service brings together media and communications professionals (advisers) with charities and voluntary organisations that want to improve the way they communicate.
Youth Mentoring works closely with media companies, media professionals and youth organisations to help unlock young people's potential. Our team sets up and supports one-to-one and group mentoring for disadvantaged 13 to 25-year-olds across England.
You can also browse our Resources library for free guides and top tips to improve your media and communications skills.
If you're a media or communications professional and would like to collaborate with Media Trust and Community Voices in supporting a community, email us now. We believe that communities benefit most when we all work together so we would love to hear from you if you are interested in volunteering, developing links with your CSR programme, partnering with your existing work with disadvantaged and isolated communities, or with current or planned initiatives relating to digital media or digital participation.
We need your help to spread the word about Community Voices as far and wide as possible. Please help raise the profile of our projects with your colleagues, community members, service users, partner organisations and support providers.