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Givey shows support for AbilityNet’s new campaign

Givey has renovated its homepage to support the campaign

Givey has renovated its homepage to support the campaign

Last week we reported on AbilityNet’s new campaign promoting digital inclusion for disabled people, which asks supporters to use their phones without their hands.

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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