Do your pages have Meta Description tags? If you don't know, find out.
Using your web browser, you can quickly and simply check if your web page has a meta description tag by simply clicking on View > Page Source (or Source) and review what you see. Do you see a line that starts with "<meta name="description" content="web site facilitation, search engine optimization, web site design,...". If so, great! Take a look at the content of that line and determine if it accurately describes your web site. Google will often use this description, or part of it, on its listing for your site. If you don't see this line, which is typically one of the first 10 lines from the top, talk to your web designer or facilitator and have them add it immediately.
Too many people have sites designed or managed by people simply wanting a quick paycheck. To be done right, much of the development of the page, and the web site, will be in the background where your eyes don't see...but Google does. You may be paying someone to design a "pretty" site, but if the simple things aren't done, the results won't be...pretty.
We would be glad to check your site for you. Just send us your web address by email or using the contact form, and we'll tell you what we find and make suggestions if needed.