Givey, a social donation platform, has shown its support for the ‘Look No Hands’ campaign by promoting it on its homepage. Visitors will see a photo of Givey’s CCO texting with her nose rather than the usual landing page, alongside a call to action. Additionally, AbilityNet has its own profile page on Givey, making it easier for users to donate.
Di Gates of Givey says: “We love tech, and we use it a lot. Between our small team of 7, we own around 30 devices that we use every day – so it’s a no-brainer for us to support a campaign that helps everyone get as much out of technology as we do.”
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