Jack Emsley took on the role of social media volunteer for the Northampton Diocese in 2016. He shares his thoughts and experiences with us.
“For me, utilising social media is crucial in order to reach a wider audience and get the message out to them about CAFOD’s great work especially at a local level. It is something I can easily incorporate into my hectic life at University and feel I am still making a difference.”
Jack has spoken at Supporter days and has been inspired by what others across the diocese have been doing in parishes and schools whether it’s fundraising events or promoting CAFODs message of Catholic social justice.”
Jack adds, “As a social media volunteer, I take pride in being able to show a wide audience the good work CAFOD does through volunteers, and inspire others just as I am inspired.”
Since Jack has taken on this role, we have managed to reach more people which is fantastic! If you have only 5mins to give, you can always support CAFOD’s work by sharing social media news with your friends and family. We are so grateful to Jack for his time and dedication.