TWO brothers have created a new website for a charity that helps homeless people in town.
Tom and Richard Ingram, who run a business called Kinship, met with Ian Noble, business connector from Business in the Community, and agreed to rebuild a new site for the Seaview Project without charge.
The website will act as a platform to promote Seaview’s work and highlight its impact in the community.
Sue Burgess, centre manager, said: “We now have a user friendly website, easy to navigate for those needing our service or wishing to find out more.
“It is hoped it will bring us more into the public domain, promoting us as a valuable local resource, attracting more support and donations and encouraging those who share our passion to get involved.”
Tom said: “People are now more likely to switch between or simultaneously use more than one device for their internet access. Our business worked closely with Seaview to build pathways to critical content and develop a structure that is flexible enough to accommodate changes or additions.”
Richard said: “We’re thrilled to have helped this amazing charity. When we saw the work the Seaview staff were doing with vulnerable people in our community we decided we wanted to do something meaningful for the charity.”
Mr Noble said: “Without the established Seaview Project life would be even more hopeless for literally hundreds of homeless people.
“It provides an invaluable service to vulnerable people within the Hastings and St Leonards communities and would be the first to admit that it can only do so with the help of many volunteers.”
Log onto www.seaviewproject.co.uk.