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Volunteer Event Photographer for OCVA Charity and Volunteer Awards
OCVA’s Charity and Volunteer Awards are the highest profile awards for Oxfordshire’s thriving voluntary sector, promoting the hard work of charities and volunteers. Can you help us make this Awards Ceremony the best one yet?
We’re looking for a photographer to support the award ceremony from 4pm to 7.30pm on Tuesday 5th of June at Oxford Town Hall. The role will involve taking photos of the event as nominees and guests mingle, and taking a photo of each winner with their certificate once they've received their award.
If you think Oxfordshire’s charities are worth celebrating and you’re a keen photographer, we’d love to hear from you. Please sign up via this page or email us on email@example.com. We'd love to see some examples of your photos, too!
If you’d like to help celebrate Oxfordshire’s hardworking charities and volunteers, email us on firstname.lastname@example.org, call 01865 251946, or register via the button below. We’d love to have you involved!
Oxfordshire Community & Voluntary Action, OX11SS
An opportunity to see the wide-ranging work of Oxfordshire's charities and volunteers, and take part in a celebration of inspiring volunteer groups. A great opportunity to learn about the ways you can impact your community.
Experience of event photography and some examples of your work that you can show us beforehand. You will need to have your own camera that you can use on the night.
The event takes place at the Town Hall. The Town Hall is at the top of St Aldates, opposite Carfax Tower where many buses to the city centre stop. Parking is available at a charge at Gloucester Green. If you need to drive, speak to us about potentially parking for free at OCVA (five minutes walk from the Town Hall).
You must be over 16 years old
Applicants will be shortlisted
Open from Tuesday 5th June 2018 to Tuesday 5th June 2018
Tuesday, 05 June 2018
Starting at 16:00 for 3.5 hours