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Save and Sound Volunteer Profile – Digital Volunteer / Website Editor

About the Project
Save and Sound is an oral history and heritage project that has been set up by the Credit Union Foundation to make sure that the early days of credit unions in Britain are not forgotten.
The project is funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund and has been made possible by money raised by National Lottery players. It will run until October 2021.
This phase of the project will focus on credit unions in the north of England. The Credit Union Foundation aims to extend its work across the country in the future.
The interviews will become part of the national oral history collection cared for by the British Library, where they will be available to generations of researchers. A new website will host interview clips, photos and other material collected from credit unions and digitised by volunteers.
By collecting and sharing the unique personal memories of a diverse range of credit union pioneers, and hosting a variety of events, Save and Sound will help many more people learn about the history and heritage of British credit unions.
Please read the role profile below and apply to abbie.shelton@creditunionfoundation.org.uk
setting out
- where you are based and what area you can travel within
- why you would like to be involved and
- what skills and qualities you can bring to the project
Closing Date: Friday 13th November 2020

Save and Sound Volunteer Profile - Oral History Interviewer

About the Project Save and Sound is an oral history and heritage project that has been set up by the Credit Union Foundation to make sure that the early days of credit unions in Britain are not forgotten.
The project is funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund and has been made possible by money raised by National Lottery players. It will run until October 2021.
This phase of the project will focus on credit unions in the north of England.
The Credit Union Foundation aims to extend its work across the country in the future.
The interviews will become part of the national oral history collection cared for by the British Library, where they will be available to generations of researchers.
A new website will host interview clips, photos and other material collected from credit unions and digitised by volunteers. By collecting and sharing the unique personal memories of a diverse range of credit union pioneers, Save and Sound will help many more people learn about the history and heritage of credit unions.

Please read the role profile below and apply to abbie.shelton@creditunionfoundation.org.uk setting out why you would like to be involved and you can bring to the project.