Local Integration Charity 'New Routes' Launch Website With Assistance From Phase Three Goods
The website goes online as part of an initiative with Norfolk ProHelp, an organisation that links professional firms with local charities.
New Routes are a Norwich-based charity whose aim is to support refugees and asylum seekers who reside in the local area. They provide homework classes, mentoring, befriending and workshops. The charity also promote community awareness and cross-cultural integration with an aim to make a safer, more inclusive environment.
Previously, the charity had little web presence and no convenient means to update their projects, news and recent activities.
The new website, http://newroutes.org.uk, provides the charity with a total revamp. Not only is it brighter, colourful and more accessible, it can be easily updated by staff. Phase Three Goods built the site in such a way that charity volunteers can manage their own content without any technical or coding knowledge.
A full writeup of the project can be read online at https://www.phasethreegoods.co.uk/
The pairing between the two firms was overseen by Norfolk ProHelp, a CIC company whose aim is to provide pro-bono support to the region's voluntary sector.