UnitingCare Community have been using Drupal since they were known as Lifeline. Their website was created in Drupal 6 and was designed in-house before responsive design was considered a necessity.

Therefore UnitingCare Community were looking for a new website - one that would meet their internal needs, their clients needs and a closer alignment to the branding of UnitingCare Queensland.

The new website needed to

  • be responsive, meet WCAG 2.0 standards and corporate branding requirements
  • to interface with third-party tools and social media
  • provide extensive permissions and content approval processes
  • embrace the use of geo-locations and mapping
  • be updated via import files
  • allow community members to submit feedback and events for publication
  • be easily updated by members of the organisation
  • have re-usable images and document
  • manage programs, events and news
  • inform visitors about services, locations of donation bins, Lifeline shops and Rag Sales
  • provide simple group of offices within geographical areas

One of the Queensland's largest community service providers, offering Lifeline services, child and family care, counselling, disability support and more

Community portal Donations E-mail notifications Events Mobile friendly Portfolio Site search Slideshows User management Web forms
Project technologies 
CSS HTML 5 jQuery PHP (Drupal 7)
Completed in October 2015