Ann Craft Trust call for volunteer Web help

Yesterday I received an email from the Ann Craft Trust, a national UK charity which works to protect disabled children and adults with learning disabilities from abuse.

The Trust undertake vital work, as recent studies have shown that around 60% of adults with learning disabilities have experienced abuse at some point in their lives. There is also strong evidence that disabled children are significantly more likely to be abused than children who are not disabled.

The charity is looking for a web developer with the time and accessible web skills to do a piece of voluntary work, redesigning their website. This will involve creating a new template to tie in with the charity’s new branding. Visit the current Ann Craft Trust website to find out more about the charity and its work.

If you are interested or think you can help, please contact Charlie Heywood the Marketing and Development Officer for the Ann Craft Trust via . Please copy and paste or forward this call to your networks.

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