We are excited to announce the launch of our first significant website project, Civil Society Involvement (CSI), in partnership with The Women’s Organisation!
The website aims to highlight a new initiative, spearheaded by The Women’s Organisation’s Deputy CEO Helen Millne. The CSI programme is part funded by European Social Fund and aims to address issues of third sector organisations being able to use European funds effectively. The programme aims to do this by ensuring skilled representation at Board level as well as national committees, to ensure that current issues are addressed.
The CSI website marks our 15th project in just eight months. We are so proud with how the site turned out and very much enjoyed working with The Women’s Organisation. When women work together, great things are achieved.
Ruth Hartnoll, Content Director and Founder of J&R, had this to say about the project;
“We’ve loved partnering with The Women’s Organisation on this brief and we’re excited to have them as one of our first clients at J&R. Their work with Civil Society Involvement is significant and we couldn’t be happier to be their digital partner on this project. With Brexit looming, it’s great to see an iconic Liverpool institution taking a proactive stance on such issues. We couldn’t be happier with the project’s results.”
Jo Austin, The Women’s Org’s Engagement & Marketing Manager, added
“J&R worked hard to understand our key brand messages, and as a result the finished site reflects what we are trying to communicate about Civil Society Involvement. With the uncertainty around Brexit and what the funding landscape will look like we needed to quickly and effectively get the message out to third sector organisations that they can have involvement in shaping the future, and can keep better informed about how to make the most of the current opportunities.
Ruth is one of the women who benefited from support through one of our other European funded programmes to get her business off the ground, so working with her to develop this platform really completes the circle of showcasing just how much EU funds have had a positive impact locally.”
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