The Mackman Group is delighted to welcome the Sudbury and District Community Forum into its fold of clients this month. The organisation is made up of a number of leading, well known charities and community members who will provide a range of services to support groups that care about the people of Sudbury.
The Transforming Suffolk Innovation Fund has invested in the organisation, providing the Forum with adequate funding to officially brand themselves, and spread news of their services across Sudbury, Great Cornard and surrounding villages. Anesta Newson, CEO of local charity The Bridge Project, and Forum member, says ‘ We’re delighted to have secured the funding for what we feel will be important and valued work within the community. In a time of uncertainty, we promise to provide support, training and advice for those in need.’
Mackman is now in the process of creating a brand for this collective, and will also be building a website to be used by the people of Sudbury. In addition to design and web development, Mackman is managing the overall communication strategy for the Forum, ensuring that its key messages are communicated to the local community. Paul Mackman, Business Development Director, says, ‘A terrific amount of very positive work is undertaken by the groups’ member organisations to the significant benefit of Sudbury. We are extremely proud to be supporting their efforts.’
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