GM Fundraising have just launched their new look and content rich website at www.gmfundraising.co.uk, thanks to considerable efforts from the team and from specialist digital marketing agency,Motionlab.
The new website includes detail of past events including various cycling challenges, golf days and gala dinners. There’s also news and Twitter feeds, ability to donate and information about Hope House Children’s Hospices, who they’ve supported for the last 15 years.
In addition, there’s background information about GM Fundraising, which is widely considered as the charity of choice by the glazing industry. There is also a short biography on each team member, each of whom give considerable time into such a worthy cause, not to mention the notable out of pocket expenses that they each have to absorb. Gary Morton is the founder and chairman of the charity and is ably supported by Graeme Bailey, Dave Broxton, Iain McInnes and Alan Sadler.
There’s a distinctly fun feel to the new website which also details their latest challenge, Hope 66, which has been supported by Mighton Products. Hope 66 will see a team of 15 riders tackle the remnants of the iconic Route 66 in 14 days with 6 support crew in September this year. The team will tackle the winds of the Mid-West, heat of the Arizona desert and the mountains of the Southern Rockies, before they reach Santa Monica for a well earned rest.
Gary Morton, chairman of GM Fundraising comments: ‘A big thank you to Motionlab who’ve helped build this impressive new website for nothing. It details who we are, what we’ve done and what we are going to do next in the form of Hope 66, which we believe will send us over the incredible £1million barrier.’