The 10 successful participants covered a wide service and geographic diversity, with a mix of charities, social enterprises and community groups at local, regional and national level. The majority of organisations had less than 5 staff.
Our website it is old and looks outdated and we struggle even just adding some new training dates is a real hassle.
We don’t have a website but are very keen that we get a website up and running as soon as possible.
We have funding to develop posters and leaflets which we will leave at GP surgeries, but no money for a website.
We want to engage our communities use our web site as a tool to host video clips and to support online enquiries for our services.
We need a site where the content is easily accessible and help users to find what they are looking for quickly and easily.
We have a free basic website which is very limited and no longer meets our needs and members demands. We need support in training, web design, site building and content input will be invaluable.
Our website and use of social media has been fairly limited and reactive but we know the importance and benefits a good website and related services can bring.
Our website is tired, static and fails to act as a portal to engage with carers and the public.
We lack the capacity to deliver on this key aspect of communication.