Foundation website upgrade completed thanks to Bendigo Community Bank support.

Eyre Peninsula Community Foundation (EPCF) received a grant from Bendigo Community Bank Port Lincoln to upgrade its website.
The website is now operating with a completely updated digital system, thanks to the professional local expertise of Troy Watherston of Dreamweave Digital.
Visitors to the website will experience new, improved navigation to the information they need on the Foundation’s wide-ranging work across the Eyre Peninsula, and management of website content will be simplified, benefitting from much enhanced functionality.

EPCF Chair Greg Barry said, “The EPCF Board was delighted to receive this grant from the Bendigo Community Bank Port Lincoln to upgrade our website.  The preliminary advice from Marianne Cox of WebQuarters and expertise from Troy Watherston of Dreamweave Digital has assisted and simplified the ongoing management to help promote what we do, news of projects and plans, showing how the community can assist and contribute to projects and make donations”.

Bendigo Community Bank Port Lincoln Business Development Manager, David Stoeckel said, “Bendigo Community Bank invests big time in many community initiatives.  We are pleased to be able to support the EP Community Foundation’s new website and look forward to this helping to grow community interest and support for the Foundation’s great work”.

The Eyre Peninsula Community Foundation carefully manages a growing base of donated funds and works with philanthropic and other partners to ensure the best possible value and impact from each of its community projects, regional student advancement and home hospice services on Eyre Peninsula.  The Foundation is supported by the invaluable work of the Book Bazaar volunteers and committed administrative staff.

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EPCF Director Leonie Wanklyn at Bendigo Bank grants eve