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Giving a little something back – Charity website projects

Webheads has always been keen to help out not-for-profit and charity website projects wherever possible. Over the years there have been several Webheads collaborations with such organisations.

We work in partnership to meet the specific needs of their work. From Breakthrough Breast Cancer to Mission Motorsport, we have a wide range of experience and always work for a charitable rate.

One of the earlier charitable sites Webheads was involved with was Caroline’s Campaign, back in 2007. The aim of the charity is to make women going through chemotherapy feel beautiful, despite the arduous process. Webheads helped with a site that had CMS function, a blog and eCommerce via PayPal’s shopping cart system – enabling the charity to fundraise directly through the site.

“Caroline’s Campaign would not be where it is today if it wasn’t for the immense kindness and incredible generosity of Webheads.” Caroline Monk

An ongoing partnership started when Founder of Breakthrough Breast Cancer Inspiration Awards, Sky Andrew, enlisted the help of Webheads to design the website for their Breakthrough Cup event in 2010. We were delighted to be able to provide web services to support such a good cause. Webheads also designed the site for the Inspiration Awards, now in its sixth year; the awards celebrate inspirational women – famous and ‘ordinary’. Past winners have included Victoria Beckham, Annie Lennox, Karren Brady and the Team GB Paralympics Swimming Team.

More recently, Webheads worked with the newest and most innovative hotel offering in London – SoHostel. Based right in the heart of London’s SoHo district, the hotel is clean, modern with all the facilities you’d expect from a first class hostel at an amazing price. The unexpected twist is that, when you stay at the hotel, you’ll be helping someone else get a bed for the night. The profits from the hotel go towards supporting residents at the Arlington – the famous hostel for homeless people in Camden. 

We found Webheads by chance and their response immediately stood out from the crowd: ‘That sounds fun, we’d like to work on that. And I think we can do it for less than that…’ It was a bit of a leap of faith to hire them but they’ve delivered and more. Can’t thank them enough.” Paul Fawcett – Head of Communications and Marketing One Housing Group 

The most recent Webheads charitable offering was for Mission Motorsport, the charity that helps ex-military personnel to rebuild their confidence after their experiences, overcome injuries, the challenges of finding a successful second career after leaving the military.

James Cameron, Founder and Director of Mission Motorsport said, “Our small team has a very public face and much contact from both our beneficiaries and prospective sponsors comes through our website. 

James continues, “We’d dreaded the process of updating our site, but we have been delighted that Webheads were able to help us with a new, clean look, with a striking design and functionality that surpassed our expectations. Such support is incredibly valuable to a small charity like ourselves, we are tremendously grateful to JM and his team for an excellent service.”

We take pride in all our projects, but we know that a website can be particularly important for a charity. Our aim is to support charities to successfully achieve their social and online activities; working together to accomplish your goals. We don’t compromise on professionalism when it comes to our not-for-profit work. Our level of dedication is apparent in the results we produce for our charitable partners.

Webheads Director, JM Littman says, “We always welcome not-for-profit and charity work and aim to work with them for a special rate. A limited budget shouldn’t mean stifling good design and great functionality. Our experience over the years has been wide ranging and we’ve been delighted to play our role in helping others to make a difference.”

To see more Webheads charity and commercial websites visit our Portfolio page.

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