Website win helps group's bid to prevent reoffending
DESIGN: A not-for-profit group is expanding its reach after winning a website from a new digital agency.
Greener Neighbourhoods Hull aims to reduce reoffending by offering motivation, bespoke training and vocational experience and to provide environmental improvements to enhance green space in and around the city for community use.
The group, which won the competition run by digital agency Sandy Footprints, is now using its website to spread the word about its work and to seek support and sponsorship for future projects.
Rachel Wilbraham, director of Sandy Footprints, offered to design and build a website free of charge as part of the launch of her company in April.
Rachel, targeted at charities and start-up businesses to help them cut the costs of developing an online presence. She said: "A lot of impressive organisations contacted me but I selected Greener Neighbourhoods Hull because of the benefits their work brings in terms of helping to reform offenders and by improving the environment in the Hull area."