90%+ of Members Felt Less Alone After Joining This Community

Sue Ryder, a well-known charity in the UK, provides support for end of life care and bereavement. In 2015, after more than 60 years of operation, they launched an online community.

For a majority of the its members, the community serves as the first touch point between them and the organization. Not only that, but in a survey, more than 90% of members said that the community made them feel less alone and more able to cope with their situation. Community manager Priscilla McClay joins the program. Plus:

  • The research that led to the launch of the community
  • How the community has shifted to focus primarily on bereavement
  • What Priscilla does to cope with the nature of the community

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About Priscilla McClay

Priscilla McClay has a BA in English literature and creative writing and a master’s in journalism. She has spent seven years working in digital in the non-profit sector, five of which were in community management. Prior to Priscilla’s current job at Sue Ryder, she worked in the community team at Macmillan Cancer Support.

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