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Survivors Manchester

Survivors Manchester is a survivor-led / survivor-run voluntary organisation

As a small charity with only a small income, we needed to ensure that any money we spend will directly benefit our service users. Our online presence is more than just a website, it’s a support service in itself helping male survivors of childhood sexual abuse and rape to feel less isolated, break the silence and begin their own psychological healing process.

So when it came to creating our website, it was important that we worked with someone that was prepared to learn about us in order to understand our work and what we needed from a website.

From the outset, Alex and Dylan at GoMy did everything they could to help us create the site, treating our services users work with the upmost respect and sensitivity and always delivered.

What they created is a fantastic website that not only looks stunning, but is also easy to manage – something vital to us as a very small volunteer team. The content management system they have created has been a great addition to our organisation and is already making our service delivery so much easier.

Trust is a key issue to those dealing with the legacy of abuse and GoMy never once gave us any cause for concern and were 100% supportive in this whole process.

It’s not often you come across an organisation that really does care about what they deliver and we will certainly use GoMy in the future for all our online needs.

We can’t recommend them highly enough!

Duncan Craig ~ CEO Survivors Manchester

Breaking The Silence – Survivors Manchester

A sensitive project for us to take on as this charity / non profit organisation support male survivors of sexual abuse and rape.

This large 200+ page website was built with WordPress software giving The Survivors Team full access to update anything they liked / anytime they wanted to.

Like any charity, Survivors Manchester are always in need of a little help – If this type of organisation is something you would be willing to make a donation to, you can do that right here: Survivors Donations

Take a look at the Survivors Manchester Website