Access are excited to announce a new web development project with Manchester-based women’s charity and suffrage museum, The Pankhurst Trust.
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Formed in 2014 when The Pankhurst Centre and Manchester Women's Aid merged, The Pankhurst Trust aims to address the multifaceted relationship between the suffrage movement and ongoing gender inequality found in society. Working in partnership, these two bodies are able to celebrate the history of women’s suffrage and provide vital services to women in need today and tomorrow. Access are delighted to become their new creative and digital partner, working with them to bring the two brands together under a single, integrated website.
The new site will act as a portal for information, a source of inspiration and work to raise awareness of women’s issues present and past. With an aim to provide support and vital information to those suffering or at risk of domestic violence and abuse, promote the Pankhurst Centre as a museum and cultural space and drive more donations, the site will become an integral part of The Pankhurst Trust, enabling them to streamline their service offering.
“The Pankhurst project was one our team felt especially passionate about. The information and services the trust delivers is vital - it offers real context to women’s issues, both historically and into the future. Driven by a passionate team of women, we’re sure our work with The Pankhurst Trust will be some of our best yet.” - Kirstie Fisher, Marketing Manager.
Through exceptional user experience, exciting content and mobile-responsive design; the new site will be a platform for sharing women’s stories, raising funds and offering support. It’s set to transform the charities digital output.
“Access clearly understood our needs and produced a proposal we think will change the way we offer help and information to women. With such a strong background in charity work, Drupal expertise and strong creative thinking they became the clear choice for us during the tender process.” - Lynne Warner, Business Manager of The Pankhurst Trust
The project is set to launch in 2017.