With a government that continues to cut funds for the arts and cultural sector and charities, the institutions that navigate through these sectors are forced to operate more independently. Take Goodhours, an initiative by creative and cultural platform The Age Of/. Goodhours wants to connect charity initiatives and cultural institutions with freelancers, such as photographers, marketeers, designers, copywriters, producers and projectmanagers, that want to work for a minimal fee. In exchange these freelancers get the opportunity to do meaningful work and gain societal experience. The platform can also be used to put together a team for campaign development and execution, or organise the production. In the future Goodhours wants to expand its expertise to HR, coaching, legal advice and ICT. For more information on how to sign up as a freelancer check the beta version of their website, which was launched last week.