Site Visit: Family for Every Child

The global network of children's charities is hoping its new website will build the organisation's brand

Family for Every Child
Family for Every Child

Organisation: Family for Every Child
Agency: New Digital Partnership
Spend: £20,000

The global network of children's charities has unveiled a website that showcases the diversity of its member organisations.

Development

Family for Every Child, which was launched in October last year, is a global alliance of child protection charities from 12 countries all over the world. It launched its website in December.

Design and content

The charity wanted a stripped-back website with a creative focus. The simple design features large photographs, putting the emphasis on the beneficiaries.

There is plenty of white space and a large font is used for the text. Although the home page feels a little sparse, this might be because it is a work in progress. The site is easy to use, with clear navigation, and it shows users where they can find out more about what the organisation does.

Alongside the usual information, the website includes a Knowledge Centre, where visitors can access a library of high-quality research and advocacy papers.

The news section appears to be updated regularly, so there is also fresh content on the site.

Special features

The site has a Spanish language version and during 2013/14 the charity will be adding translations in other languages, including Russian and Arabic, to make it a more global site.

Family for Every Child says:

"We are hoping that this website will build the Family for Every Child brand, aid our advocacy work on getting child protection into the post-Millennium Development Goals framework and encourage new NGOs to apply for membership in 2014."

SCORE:
Navigation: 4
Accessibility: 4
Innovation: 2
Content: 3
13 OUT OF 20

Have you registered with us yet?

Register now to enjoy more articles and free email bulletins

Register
Already registered?
Sign in

Before commenting please read our rules for commenting on articles.

If you see a comment you find offensive, you can flag it as inappropriate. In the top right-hand corner of an individual comment, you will see 'flag as inappropriate'. Clicking this prompts us to review the comment. For further information see our rules for commenting on articles.

comments powered by Disqus
Follow us on:
  • Facebook
  • LinkedIn
  • Twitter
  • Google +

Latest Jobs

RSS Feed

Third Sector Insight

Sponsored webcasts, surveys and expert reports from Third Sector partners

Markel

Expert Hub

Insurance advice from Markel

Cyber and data security - how prepared is your charity?

With a 35 per cent rise in instances of data breaches in Q2 and Q3 last year, charities must take cyber security seriously

Third Sector Logo

Get our bulletins. Read more articles. Join a growing community of Third Sector professionals

Register now