Testimonials Our history: organising your content Consider whether your history could be included within another post (such as ‘who we are’) instead of having its own post. If you have a long, interesting and relevant history, you could use an FAQ listing with separate posts for each period in time. Content tips Your content should focus on aspects of your history that have direct relevance to your website visitors. This could include: Inspirational stories to encourage individuals or companies to support you. Recognition or awards that prompt trust in your organisation. Significant changes showing how you’ve grown (with the help of supporters?). History is only relevant for your website in terms of its relationship to what you do now. Encourage website visitors to help you create more history through a call-to-action asking for their support. These are examples of some of the organisations we have worked with, leading seminars, workshops, presentations and icebreakers relating to Stress Management, Therapeutic Laughter and Creative Writing: National and Regional Conferences: Royal College of GPs, British Pain Society, Brittle Bones Society, Samaritans, Age UK Positive Ageing Conference; Universities and Education: Excellence in Cities Rochdale, Wolverhampton Health Schools Team, Preston College, Macclesfield College, Salford University, Manchester University, MMU, and Primary and Secondary schools in England and Wales and India and Ethiopia; Public Services:Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue, West Yorkshire Police, North West Air Ambulance; Health and wellbeing: Arrowe Park Hospital, MRI, Headway, Mind, Breast Cancer Care, Macmillan Cancer Support, Making Space, NHS Walsall Community Health, BMA, General Medical Council, Rethink, Jigsaw, Hope House Children's Hospice, St Thomas' Hospital London and PCTs across England; Amt fur Gesundheit Frankfurt Germany; National and Local Government: Central Office of Information, Care Quality Commission, CSCI, Department of Health, Wigan MBC, Rochdale MBC, Walsall MBC, Blackburn Mayoral Ball, and libraries, councils and culture departments across the UK; Business sector:The Co-op. HBOS, Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce, Fun At Work Company, Midlands Workplace Wellbeing, CIPD, HSBC, Renault UK, Aquasource (Bulgaria), Unilever, EDF, Royal Mail, Women Mean Business; Housing Associations and Community:Peak Valley Housing, East Living Housing, Valley Housing, Arena Housing, Wythenshawe Regeneration Team, Swan Womens Centre Knowsley, Trafford Carers, SureStart; Age Cymru, Nursing homes, Warrington Red Nose Day, LGF, Girl Guides in Bolton, Extracare Charitable Trust Retirement Villages, Trafford Carers, and Carers groups and self-help groups; Exhibitions and Festivals and other organisations: OM Yoga Show, Retirement Show, Nutrition and Health Show, Aberdeen 50+ Festival, Barefoot Festival, Manchester Science Festival, Taste of Asia, BBC, TalentTV, Victoria and Albert Museum, British Council. To access the links above you will need to be registered on our support site.