Terapad.com is the next generation of online publishing solutions, developed by SiteJourney Ltd. Terapad’s system enables anyone to set up their own website in a matter of minutes. Terapad has taken the world of website creation by storm and, despite only being around for a year, already hosts over 100,000 websites.
CTT has over eight years experience helping hundreds of UK charities to optimise their online presence, providing tools that support fundraising, campaigning and communications. It’s this experience that has demonstrated that small charities in particular need to be able to get online fast and with minimal cost. Maria Diaz, CTT’s Communications Manager said, “We’re also in a position to enhance Terapad’s offering by advising charities on how to get the most from their websites. In trials with Terapad, my team here at CTT have produced fully customised websites for charities with some excellent results.”
Charity Technology Trust could see the potential for partnering with Terapad,” said Justin Dean, Terapad CEO. “We’ll do everything we can to bolster this exciting relationship. We believe we have an excellent product that will bring many charities into the online world and are proud to support the efforts of CTT in doing so.
Through www.charitywebsites.net charities will be able to gain access to standard website templates and these include templates for branches of large affiliated organisations such as the Citizens Advice Bureau, Alzheimer’s Society, Age Concern, Salvation Army, Royal British Legion, Mind, Groundwork and the RSPCA. All of the websites are powered by Terapad's unique content management system which means each website is fully customisable.
More information on this partnership can be found at: www.charitywebsites.net
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CTT was founded in 2001 and has grown to become a self-funding social enterprise providing technology solutions for social change. CTT has multiple products and service streams, including payment services, email campaigns, lotteries and the award winning CTX software donation programme.