Please contact us if you would like more information about what we do, if you need any help with any aspect of your volunteer project or if you can't find your way around this website.
telephone:: 020 7796 2144
address: c/o Information Technologists Company,
39a Bartholomew Close,
Meet the Team
Anne Stafford, Programme Manager
Anne Stafford joined iT4C in 2005 as a Project Definer and is now the Programme Manager.
Anne has 10 years of experience of IT in the community and voluntary sector, including running a UKOnline Centre based in the Big Issue in Brighton.
Previously she has worked for an e-learning company and has an MSc in Information Technology. In her free time Anne volunteers to help people with disabilities to use computers.
Peter Munro, Project Definer & Account Manager
Peter Munro is a freelance Project Definer. Although initially trained in accountancy, he moved into IT, and his expertise covers all aspects of the application life cycle from the vision and business justification, through design, development and implementation, to support and enhancement, and has lots of experience in negotiating contracts with suppliers.
Peter provides his financial, project management and IT expertise to a variety of charities, and is the director of Scottish Borders Social Enterprise Chamber.
Nigel Davies, iT4C Administrator
Nigel Davies has been with iT4C since 2001, he receives the info@it4communities emails and will often be the person you talk to on our office number, 020 7796 2144
Please contact Nigel with any questions or queries you may have about your volunteer project and please keep him up to date with how your project is progressing.
Please note, Nigel works part time and is available on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Anne Donnelly, Web Editor & Account Manager
Anne Donnelly works one day week on a freelance basis. She is responsible for the content of the website and for editing our regular newsletters.
Anne has a long IT career - much of it has involved analysis of requirements, often dealing with clients who need to converse in "plain English", so she is well qualified to assist charities of varying IT-awareness.
Anne volunteers her time with the RNIB helping visually-impaired people make the best use of their computer equipment and is a Digital Unite tutor.