The charity has been selected through a competition which saw entrants create a short video explaining the difference a digital overhaul would make to their charity.
A panel comprising representatives from competition partner Media Trust, industry title Third Sector Magazine, and artist and director Ian Emes selected the winner from a shortlist of six charities.
‘Now we’re discussing how we can best cater for parents and carers of children with a low expectation of reaching adulthood,’ says Dean Russell, head of digital marketing at Precedent.
‘[Children’s Hospices UK] wants to start from scratch, with us taking the lead,’ Russell adds.
A new website will act as a knowledge-sharing hub for all UK children’s hospices. Russell continues, ‘It will also raise awareness for the general public, show fundraising activity and offer reassurance to the parents of children going into hospices.’
The consultancy aims to have a new website and digital strategy in place by spring, and will offer Web training to the charity.