REQUEST FOR TENDER TO DESIGN A WEB RESOURCE AND OTHER INFORMATION MATERIALS
VICTIMS OF CRIME PROJECT
Sage Advocacy has launched a Victims of Crime Project to ascertain if vulnerable adults and older people, who are often the subjects of crime and hidden crime, are able to access the supports they require.
The Victims of Crime project, which is supported by the Department of Justice, will examine both the nature and subject of crimes against older people and adults who may be vulnerable and analyse what levels of support victims of crimes received.
OUTCOMES – WHAT WE WANT FROM THE WEB RESOURCE, FLYERS AND EXPLAINER VIDEO
Based on our research and our target audience vulnerable adults, we would like the Victims of Crime web resource to have a clean, simple professional look with colour palates consistent with our logos.
We’d like for the web resource to be designed in an easily navigable manner and clearly represent Sage Advocacy’s role supporting Vulnerable Adults that have been a victim of a crime, professionals working with Victims of Crime and family members that support Victims of Crime. For the Victims of Crime web resource, we would like a section about the project, a link to the Victims of Crime report, a resource section and a contact section.
Additionally, we would also like assistance to design flyers for the Victims of Crime project. We see the flyers as a resource to signpost different services available to victims of crime. We would like the flyers to be in the same colour palates consistent with our logo and easy to read.
We would also like to create an explainer video, that highlights the work that Sage Advocacy does and the importance of Sage Advocacy’s role supporting vulnerable adults who may have been a Victim of a Crime.
CLOSING DATE FOR SUBMISSION OF TENDER: EXTENDED
A complete tender document, with illustrations of previous work of a similar nature should be sent by email to email@example.com by the deadline of 5:00pm on 10 November 2021.
Tender bids should include:
If you require any further information please contact Stephanie Monahan, Victim of Crime Project Coordinator on 0870553254.
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