Working with DWA – Disabled Wintersports Australia

We would like to thank Disabled Wintersports Australia (DWA) for their wonderful recommendation.

“Emma selflessly helped Disabled Wintersport Australia with it’s social media campaign. Her patience in explaining this platform and the ability to tailor the business plan for us was outstanding. Her product knowledge and clear communications are key in really understanding the wants and needs of an organisation. I look forward to working with Emma again in the future.” – Phill Schofield – Communications Coordinator/NSW Program Coordinator (Winter).

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Lovelly Communications offered our services to DWA for the set up of a social media program for their organizations activities. This was a pro bono offering to help this incredible organization better promote themselves to the online market and raise more awareness.

 

DWA is an organisation with a national perspective taking responsibility for development of disability winter sport in Australia. Through building the capability and capacity of a National Sport System, including accountability at the National level, we provide members with technically sound sports programs, policies and service.

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Lovelly Communications own Emma Lovell became a volunteer in 2013 and was taken by the amazing work that DWA did. It’s a highly accessible program for people of all voluntary abilities but predomaninantly gives those who love snowsports a way to give back using their skills and passion in the snow. It is a hands on approach to helping those who would otherwise not be able to experience the snow.

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We look forward to seeing more of the wonderful work of DWA and offering our services to help them with further promotion of their wonderful organization.

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