If so, it might be worth learning.
If so, it might pay to let someone who has learned it take care of it.
Coding is a skill. But it’s not clear that the person who knows how to code should be doing your design.
Teaching is a skill. But simply because someone is good at a craft doesn’t mean that they know how to teach it.
Copywriting is a skill. Having access to the Mailchimp password doesn’t make you a skilled copywriter.
Selling is a skill. The person who owns the organization or cares about the charity might not be the best person to go on the sales call.
Proximity is not the same as skill.