The Berkshire Branch acts as a go between to put volunteers in touch with organisations and individuals who need help.
You might be able to offer a talk to local schools, you might have technical knowledge or skills that an organisation needs, but cannot pay for, or you might have computer skills you can use to support local voluntary organisations or disabled individuals. Read the stories below to see how volunteers have helped our local community.
If you are a disabled individual, living in Berkshire, and you want help then send us a request via AbilityNet.
If you represent an organisation that needs help then email email@example.com
If you have any suggestions at all then email firstname.lastname@example.org
The names of volunteers and the individuals or organisations they help are never released, unless all parties want to advertise the volunteering effort as a way of encouraging others to ask for or to offer voluntary assistance. Our volunteers do a lot more than is advertised here!
22.01.2011 Simone Baker says a huge ‘thank you’ to IT Can Help.
19.11.2010 Peter Flake gave his time, free of charge, to Reading University to speak about computer tools for electronic design.
19.11.2010 Tom Khabaza gave his time, free of charge, to Reading University to speak about data mining.
19.11.2010 Dr James Anderson gave his time, free of charge, to Park House School & Sports College in Newbury to teach aspects of computer arithmetic.