You can play an active part in the future of British Gospel Music by volunteering to work right where you are! Read below for a shortlist of practical online and offline help
GMIA is always working at how everyone involved in Gospel music is recognised and connected right across the land. This may happen through virtual means, connecting us through webinars and other digital streams. Even with the power of virtual connections, nothing beats actually getting together on a local or regional level. Having contact with individuals who are passionate and care to see, not only the music but, each of grow and develop in excellence at what we do. This will have a rollover effect Gospel Music continues as a cultural influence in our villages, towns and cities - contributing to the positive diversity and connection between each of us as interdependent human beings.
Here is a shortlist of tasks you could help to do:
Practical Online Support:
- Write articles for the GMIA website or Newsletter - minimum one article per month
- Become a technical website administrator - minimum one hour per week
- Become a social media manager - minimum 15 minutes 3 times per week.
Practical Local Support:
- Be a point of contact for GMIA to organise practical workshops or seminars in your area
- Become a networker: GMIA will work with you to set up monthly networking meetings encouraging united efforts.
- Bringing new artists or events to our attention - highlighting the best of local Gospel music
- Share news and information about GMIA and Gospel Music to your contacts
Your first step towards volunteering is to sign up and subscribe to GMIA You do not have to be already working in the industry to volunteer. We will do our best to assist you in learning about the Gospel Music sector. Your willingness to help is the key factor. If your are completely new to Gospel Music please take time to read our website pages or call our contact number (+44) 020 3086 8348 during the office hours of 10:30 - 16:30hrs. The phone line is not constantly manned and your call may be re-directed to a GMIA contact out on the road.