Parents And Children Together (PACT) has unveiled a new website to reflect its recent growth and success.
The site at www.pactcharity.org has had a complete overhaul and now includes new adoption and fostering myth-busters and redesigned careers, news and information events pages.
The launch of the new website comes after an amazing few months for PACT.
The charity’s therapeutic support for adopted and fostered children was named Voluntary Adoption Service of the Year in the BAAF National Adoption Week Awards in October 2013.
In January, PACT was rated as “outstanding” across all four assessed areas by Ofsted and, in June, it received the bronze award from Investors in People.
And, hot off the press, PACT’s flagship community project – Alana House – won the Howard League for Penal Reform award for Community Programme for Women yesterday (15th July).
PACT’s new website was designed by digital branding and communications agency Dusted and is a key channel in attracting potential adopters and foster carers.
PACT’s Website Content Manager Tom McIlvenny-Cox said: “Our new website represents PACT now and where we are heading.
"This is an evolving space for PACT and the services we offer and will continually be optimised and reviewed to make sure we remain leaders in our field, but also retaining the information we provide to our prospective adopters, foster carers and families.”
PACT supports vulnerable families through outstanding adoption services, permanent fostering, award-winning therapeutic support and community projects in London and the south.