A local community sports charity, which is recognised as an example of national best practice, has launched its new and improved website.
Notts County FC Football in the Community (FITC) works with thousands of people of all ages, abilities, disabilities and cultures on a daily basis. The website demonstrates the charity’s ever-expanding and evolving work, which targets some of the most marginalised and disadvantaged people in Nottingham.
This improved communications tool is another step forward by FITC as it seeks to communicate the community work it delivers more clearly and explain how professional football clubs can have an extremely positive impact where they are based. The website invites the community to take part in its cutting-edge, accessible projects and provides a better understanding of FITC’s work and why this work benefits the people of Nottingham.
New features include more detailed pages on every project we offer; updated staff profiles; a more in-depth “About Us” page; as well as Twitter and Facebook features, which give followers the opportunity to keep up-to-date with us via social networks. School leavers are now able to apply for education courses online, giving them the chance to receive their education at Meadow Lane on a series of bespoke education courses, which target young people with a wide range of exciting, engaging curriculums.
The website provides a number of more creative opportunities, such as the ability to incorporate more photos and videos. Junior supporters can access information about Team Magpies (Notts County FC’s junior supporters club), which FITC has been managing since the start of the 2012/13 season.