Alacrify Ltd

New site for Volunteer Centre Dorset

Published on: 11th July 2012
By Alacrify

New site for Volunteer Centre Dorset

This week sees the launch of the new Volunteering Dorset website.
The site has been re-built onto an easily managed CMS so the team are able to make frequent updates and additions to their volunteering positions and vacancies. 

We have designed the site to give potential volunteers a clear and easy navigation and quick listings of the imminent vacancies. 

The Do-it widget has also been added to the homepage as this is the national database which holds all volunteer listings. 

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