Bournemouth-based disability training charity The CRUMBS Project has announced the launch of a new website designed to help people learn more about the training and development programmes they provide to disadvantaged adults to help them to learn new skills aimed at promoting employment and independence.
The website features a fresh look matching the charity’s recently updated branding, clear structure, improved functionality and easy access to information for those wanting to know more about our charity and the support it provides.
Professor Peter A Jones, Chair of The CRUMBS Project said; “We are really delighted to be launching our new website which gives us a fantastic platform to share information about our training programmes and an opportunity to thank those organisations and people who support our charitable aims. The internet is an important source of new enquiries for is and we hope we have created a clear and informative site for anyone looking for information about The CRUMBS Project. I’d like to say thank you to our friends at local web designers Brainstormers who worked hard to support us in creating the new site which is looking fantastic!”
Visitors to the new website can read about the experiences of Trainees at CRUMBS on a brand-new Stories page and access course information and application forms. The website also features a new Supporters page providing information to local Dorset employers interested in working with CRUMBS, organisations which would like to use the CRUMBS Snak-Pak service or individuals who would like to donate to this local charity.
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