CareBlair Launches Step-By-Step Tutorial Series For Blairgowrie Non-Profit Community Groups.
As we already know, 2020 has been an interesting year, but not for good reason. With everything we’ve faced during these uncertain times, the need to bring our local non-profit community online hasn’t been greater.
We’re supporting our local area by sharing interactive tutorials like these to help Blairgowrie’s non-profit community groups get set-up online.
These tutorials are designed to enable community non-profits to connect with their audiences and collaborate with their teams in real-time with complete ease during this 2020 winter season, and beyond.
How Blairgowrie Non-Profits Can Use Gmail To Connect With Their Audience online.
Did you know that Google’s Gmail remains the world’s most popular free email service with almost 2billion users worldwide?
It comes with Google Drive (a generous 15GB of cloud storage) while also allowing you to make video calls, create & manage documents, spreadsheets, and presentations all for free.
And these are just some of the free apps that come with having a Google Account.
So In this video, we’ll be sharing the step-by-step process of creating your very own Google Gmail account and breaking down its best features so you and your team can get started quickly and easily.
Step One – Create Your Google Account
So the first step to building your online community is to head over to Google and search for, “Gmail Sign Up,” and then you’ll want to click this option right here.
This is going to open up a new page where we’re greeted with a small sign up form. This is where we will need to input the relevant information about us and our organization. Simply follow the steps in this process to create your Gmail Account.
Step Two – Navigate Your New Google Account
Alright, welcome to your new Google Account! Your non-profit community group is just moments away from connecting with their audience online. But first, let’s get familiar with where things are in our Google Account dashboard.
How CareBlair Was Born
CareBlair, a local Blairgowrie & Rattray community group has recently formed to help those who are most at risk during the Coronavirus pandemic.
The goal is to deliver 20-25 care packages to seniors and disabled local residents across Blairgowrie & Rattray who may be stuck in their homes due to the #coronaviruslockdown and who are in need of valuable support during this difficult time.
Along with this, each resident will also receive a TV Times Magazine, a lovely easter egg, and a handwritten easter card full of well wishes!
By focusing on raising awareness in a positive response by giving the public simple things that they can do, rather than feeding the fear and panic we can remain in good spirits and bring our communities closer together.