Craft CMS development
While we’re happy to work with any open-source PHP content management system, Craft is packed with features that benefit social enterprises. After all, there’s a reason why it is the preferred CMS of some of the largest companies and agencies in the world.
Craft represents the perfect balancing act
Not only is it simple for non-technical content managers to use, it’s extensible for developers and secure and scalable for forward-thinking organisations. Features and benefits include:
- Ease of use
- Ease of development
Why we love Craft
Expression Australia (EA), formerly known as VicDeaf, is a not-for-profit organisation and ambassador of Deaf culture and Auslan. Created by and for the Deaf community, EA proudly upholds social accessibility by using both Auslan and English to create a bilingual and bicultural workplace.
Thankyou’s mission is to solve poverty by redistributing wealth from consumer spending. Using its innovative range of personal care and baby products, the social enterprise redirects profits to uplift 764 million people living in extreme poverty around the world.
Deafnav is a centralised portal helping Australians better understand, access and connect with the deaf and hard of hearing community. It provides resources, support and services designed to improve the quality of life for people in the deaf and hard of hearing communities, as well as their families.
MacKillop Family Services
MacKillop Family Services is a leading NDIS-registered provider of integrated services for children, young people and families. It educates and works for the rights of at-risk people to make sure they always feel safe, nurtured and connected in society.
CMRI Jeans For Genes
Children’s Medical Research Institute (CMRI) is responsible for “Jeans For Genes Day,” one of the most recognised fundraising days in Australia. Contributions go towards the world-leading scientific research institute in the areas of cancer, neurobiology, embryology and gene therapy – making a life-changing difference to children, young people, and their families.
Positive Partnerships is a national project funded by the Australian government and delivered by Autism Spectrum Australia. They work with Australian schools, communities and families to deliver free resources, workshops and online learning related to autism. This evidence-based content helps Positive Partnerships inform families and make a real difference in the lives of young people with autism.