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Published 16 March 2011

A round-up of the corporate collaborations happening in the charity sector.

Diabetes

UK chooses Webcredible for usability testing
Webcredible, the user experience consultancy, has announced its appointment by Diabetes UK for a usability testing project on its website. The testing will consist of eight participants performing various tasks on the Diabetes UK website over the course of two days. These findings will then be analysed by Webcredible and used to provide recommendations regarding improvements to the site. The project is designed to identify immediate areas of improvement as well as recommendations that will feed into the charity's wider strategic plans for the website over the next few years.

James Cowper appointed auditors and advisers by three charities
Thames Valley and South Coast accountants and business advisers James Cowper has been appointed by Berkshire Maestros, PACT and The Watermill Theatre. Berkshire Maestros provides music education opportunities for children and young people in Berkshire; Parents and Children Together (PACT) is a voluntary adoption agency which is currently celebrating its centenary year; and The Watermill Theatre is a charitable trust and regional theatre on the edge of Newbury.

Wootton George Consulting appointed by Advance Housing and Support
Wootton George Consulting, the strategy and fundraising consultancy, has been chosen by Advance Housing and Support to develop a new legacy campaign in support of its work. Advance is an Oxfordshire-based social landlord which provides housing and support services for people with learning disabilities or mental health problems. Despite benefitting from windfall legacies in the past, this is Advance's first planned legacy campaign.

Ben Hamilton

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