The charity fundraising platform The Big Give has a new website designed to enable its users to get all of the information they need as quickly as possible.
The non-profit, charitable website partnered with charity digital agency Hands Up on the project, and developed the new donation portal with Charities Trust.
Launched by the philanthropist Sir Alec Reed in 2007, ‘theBigGive.org.uk’ enablers its users to: find charities and projects, make donations and have their donations doubled via match funding campaigns such as the Christmas Challenge.
Since the inaugural Christmas challenge in 2008, the platform has raised over £66m for charities through match funding.
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The unveiling of the new website coincides with the start of an exciting time for the Big Give, as its 2015 Christmas Challenge launches at midday on Friday 4th December, which is under seven weeks away.
The new site has a host of new features, including:
- A responsive design, allowing the site to be easily viewed on all devices and browsers
- A newly designed donation portal
- Individual audience sections highlighting the tools and services offered to different users of the Big Give
- A news section
- A new search function, allowing users to discover the charities and projects that interest them most
A well-functioning website is ‘key’
Alex Day, General Manager at The Big Give, commented that organisation has spent much of this year working on the new website.
“We have engaged with charities, donors and philanthropists to collect their feedback and hope our users find the new site easy to use and navigate,” he said.
“We realise that having an attractive and well-functioning website is key for all of our users; making donating to charities that people care about as easy and fun as possible.
“We won’t be stopping here. We will be launching some exciting new features to the site in the coming months and year ahead. We’d love to hear what people think and encourage any feedback to be sent to email@example.com or on twitter, @BigGive.”
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