B2B marketing agency Onefish Twofish donates ground-breaking website to charity, Ostomy Lifestyle
Business-to-business marketing agency Onefish Twofish has donated a fully bespoke website development project to growing charity, Ostomy Lifestyle.
- (1888PressRelease) November 10, 2010 - The project is part of Onefish Twofish's commitment to providing skills and talent to charities and local organisations as a daily part of doing business.
The Ostomy Lifestyle website (www.ostomylifestyle.org) uses the very latest technology and functionality and enables Ostomy Lifestyle to build a commercial offering to bring in revenue and support people affected by stoma surgery. The functionality includes a directory which organisations can join and website visitors can search - a one-stop-shop for all ostomy support organisations.
Ostomy Lifestyle's Chief Executive, Neil Basil says: "We are exceptionally grateful to Onefish Twofish for donating a bespoke website. Within two months of going live the directory already has 141 support organisations listed, and several regional events, and is the most-used and only central resource for ostomy information.
"The unique directory engine is the catalyst for our Community Based Support project, enabling people all over the UK to receive important peer-to-peer support and advice in their local area, reducing the burden on statutory services and enabling them to lead a more active life."
Onefish Twofish Managing Director, Carrie Bedingfield, confirms: "There are huge similarities between Ostomy Lifestyle and Onefish Twofish, from our young, fresh ethos to our real commitment to 'changing things' in our respective industry sectors. At Onefish Twofish we really relish the projects we donate to charity and working with Ostomy Lifestyle is a great opportunity for us to learn and grow, whilst supporting a fantastic organisation."
About Ostomy Lifestyle
An estimated 22,000 people have a colostomy, ileostomy, or urostomy operation in the UK every year.
Ostomy Lifestyle is the UK charity that supports anyone affected by stoma surgery on their bowel or bladder, providing impartial advice, frank information, and emotional support when they need it, and where they need it.
Helpline: 0800 731 4264
Press contact: Neil Basil, 0118 324 0069, neil.basil ( @ ) ostomylifestyle dot org