A first responders charity based in Lincolnshire, LIVES (Lincolnshire Integrated Voluntary Emergency Service), has revamped its website in order to expand its supporter base.
The charity aims to ensure people who call 999 receive rapid emergency care within 6 minutes. Specially trained volunteers attend the calls, saving lives in the process.
Stephen Hyde, Marketing and Fundraising Officer for LIVES, said: “The new website is brilliant. Everything you need to know about LIVES is on there. It is so much easier to donate now which a specific section on the site and we’ll be uploading videos of responders’ experiences. It is much more interactive and easy to navigate. We hope our message will reach more people through this new site and we can help save more lives.”
Check out the website here.
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