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  1. 1. MakingContact withthe RSPCA
  2. 2. Contact Features • Contact link on the home page. • Mailing Address listed. • Telephone and fax numbers listed.• State and Territory telephone numbers emails & addresses.• Google maps with locations of shelter locations.• Interest specific email contacts.
  3. 3. Contact Links on the homepageEasy to find!3 separate links on the homepage - strategicallyplaced at the top, bottom and center of thepage.The center link is clear and hard to miss.Contact PageOpens by welcoming visitors to make contactwith specific areas of interest.Provides very clear list of interests and links topages to contact different areas of the RSPCA.
  4. 4. Contact page• Helpful in finding specific contact details, eg donating, adopting, membership etc.• Attractive page and easy to follow.• For visitors who are not able to find a relevant department to email, a general enquiry form is also available at the the bottom of the contact page. • A mail address is provided for written correspondence along with telephone and fax numbers.
  5. 5. State Societies Contact Page• Lists each states contact office in a very simple and user friendly form.• Provides full address details including mailing address, street address, phone, fax, website and contact email.• Interactive Google map with shelter locations all over Australia that feature further RSPCA offices and contact information. Map can be zoomed in close enough to see streets and map directions to the office.
  6. 6. Helping Animals & Pet AdoptionVisitors to the site wanting to informof stray animal sightings or reportcruelty to animals are directed to theirnearest RSPCA society branch withfull contact details available via thestate societies page.Families looking to adopt a pet aredirected to alongwith their nearest RSPCAsociety available from the statesocieties page.
  7. 7. Donations and BequestsVia the contact page, users are directed to a page enabling them todonate to the RSPCA. Another link takes them to a bequest formto sent to the contact details provided.
  8. 8. Employment and VolunteeringPeople seeking employment withthe RSPCA are able to viewpositions available and applicationand contact details.
  9. 9. Membership & EnquiriesVisitors seeking membership to the RSPCA are directed to contact their local RSPCA branch. General and studentenquiries are also directed to this area as well as the RSPCA knowledge base.
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