Support for Charities with Teams Working Remotely

Charities that are asking their teams to work from home during COVID-19 can now seek free advice on team communication and productivity from the established remote company, Exposure Ninja.

Since the beginning of March, there has been a huge growth in the number of people working from home in the UK. This number is estimated to be about a quarter of the population. Companies are asking staff to work remotely as advised by the government to stop the spread of coronavirus amongst non-essential workers. 

Yet, this sudden shift to remote working will prove difficult for charity leaders and their team members who need to come up with new ways of communicating, collaborating and finding productivity outside of an office environment.

Recently, remote digital marketing agency, Exposure Ninja announced a plan to help those affected in the charity sector by making their Remote Working Revolution course FREE for all non-profit organisations (originally £799+VAT).  

Tim Cameron-Kitchen, the founder of Exposure Ninja, said: "In recent weeks, we've noticed an influx of enquiries about working remotely including questions about mental health, team communication and security risks. As a result, we made the decision to push forward our plans to create a remote working course. This activity was originally scheduled for the end of the year, but it's become apparent that companies need help with this transition immediately.

He added: "Although this is a paid course, we've decided to make this resource free to all non-profit organisations in a bid to help firms that are most vulnerable or without support.

Created by the team at Exposure Ninja — a 100-person remote company with staff across five continents — this course covers: 
  • Client and team communication 
  • Remote performance management
  • Secure password and file sharing
  • Team wellbeing and productivity
  • Hiring, training and onboarding remotely 
  • Remote task delegation
Those that sign up will also receive five team licenses to give to staff members. The staff-facing version will only cover the necessary modules like productivity, working in isolation and wellbeing. 

For more information on the support available to charities, visit:

Interested parties should visit the link above and book an initial consultation call to claim.