Camden giving is a charity with a mission to end local poverty and inequality in Camden. They provide funding, volunteering opportunities, and help people get back into work.
They needed a site that was easier to use with the right information more accessible, whilst also bringing the design up to date.
We rebranded the website to give it a fresh new look and upgraded its functionality. It now features a colourful and simple design that highlights the exciting offers people can get involved in. These changes have made it easier for both online users and the internal team to manage the information.
Camden Giving needed fresh, young & approachable look to their website to represent the values at the heart of the charity.
Now they have a clean, modern and vibrant new website backed up by easy navigation so users can find information quickly. This helped them secure future grant funding for their work and various community-based projects.
”As a charity we were very lucky to receive pro bono support from WeAgile, who worked incredibly hard to overhaul our website for us. As a small team and with limited resource to make these changes ourselves, it really was an exceptionally kind thing they did for us.
Moreover the business never made us feel like a nuisance with the many questions we had, always taking the time to explain what they could do and how the website would function, to meet our requirements. The team really do lead by example, and it's clear they have built a brilliant work culture where doing good things is the norm. WeAgile deliver on what they say, not just talking but actioning their social good. They not only supported us but also another charity we work with, who I know are also so delighted with their new website. We couldn't say nicer things about all the staff we engaged with and continue to have relationships with. Meeting WeAgile in 2020 was a brilliant thing for our charity and our thanks go to everyone who has supported us this year!Grace CoffeyHead of Partnerships - Camden Giving
Life Chance is a charity with a mission to help disadvantaged and vulnerable refugees in London through 1-2-1 and group support. They had a website which the founding team completed as a side project which lacked the capability to attract people.
When we completed this project, Life Chance had a new website that provided a consistent, clean and sophisticated experience with a strong focus on the most important thing: encouraging and inviting more people to learn about the charity and give support.
Life Chance didn’t have the resources they needed to conduct their work; a problem made worse by the COVID-19 pandemic. They urgently needed an online donation option in order to continue making a difference.
A responsive and user-friendly website that can take online donations. A website that showcases the importance and the success of the charity’s work, whilst helping them to raise money to invest in more of their great work over the long term.
”Many thanks to WeAgile company for helping our charity set up its new website. We found their management and technical team professional, dedicated, helpful and friendly. Appreciating all their kind assistance in this matter.Belay GessesseDirector - Life Chance Charity
NW5 Community Play Project is a small independent community-ran play project for children and their families in Kentish Town. Established in 1973, NW5 was the result of a campaign from residents concerned about a lack of facilities for young people in the area.
They had an original website from 2010 that used Moonfruit CMS which made it clunky and difficult to manage. It was in desperate need of an update. We not only redesigned the site to promote all the great work NW5 were doing but also moved the site over to WordPress. To complete the project, we provided training for their team.
The NW5 Project needed their website redesigning and rebuilding to make it responsive and to make sure that parents could register their children online for all the activities.
We fulfilled the requirements and now parents can quickly and easily book and take their children to take part in local activities. The site portrays a clean, on-brand look and feel and NW5 staff can update the site when they need to.
”WeAgile donated and supported our small charity The NW5 Community Play Project, to build a website which supports the work we do within our community. We are now able to engage, share and promote our services and activities to young people, their families and the wider community. The whole team at WeAgile made this possible. On behalf of us all at NW5, we would like to say the biggest Thank you for bringing it altogether through a fabulous website!Sharley NewittNW5 Project Manager