A new interactive website has been launched by The League of Friends to The Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital (RJAH).
Amid a time where embracing the digital landscape has never been more important the hospital Friends are delighted to unveil their new look website which will enable them to push engagement with supporters.
After 60 years of supporting RJAH and the natural expansion of the charity, the website needed to communicate the breadth of services the hospital Friends provide, along with the ways potential donors, supporters and volunteers can become involved.
The website will feature the Friend’s new branding and include a wealth of information on volunteering opportunities, upcoming events, general news and ways in which people can donate.
In addition a key feature of the new website is an online shop – items for sale will include the charity’s popular card designs and branded goods.
The website was the work of local branding and web design agency, Artifice Creative.
Victoria Sugden, League of Friends Charity Director, said: “We are thrilled to launch our new website which allows us to share the work that we do, along with forthcoming events, items available from our shop, volunteering opportunities and how to get involved!
“It is a privilege for the charity to have worked in partnership with RJAH for 60 years now – always backing innovation, quality, care and facilities with a view to improving this centre of excellence for the treatment of orthopaedics.”
To visit the new website follow: www.friendsrjah.org.uk