Creating public awareness site for charities

Development of a webflow site for Gibraltar Cardiac Association in order to raise awareness of the importance of leading a healthy lifestyle

Building an ecommerce experience to match the brand.

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Expertise

Web Design
Web Development

Platforms

Web

Completed

Sept, 2021

The Strategy for the digital
brand.

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Marketing Design & Build

The Gibraltar Cardiac Association reached out to us as they needed an online presence so they can raise their associations awareness and the importance of living a healthy lifestyle

The site has been built using the WebFlow platform including a CMS backend so the association can upload news items and events as and when needed.

The Design is user friendly and easy to use, targets to all age groups.

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See how we elevated the brand to match its true quality.

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The Gibraltar Cardiac Association, (GCA) as it is known today was officially registered as a local charity in November 2016 thanks to its then Chairperson Mr Troy Jeffries.

However the idea of the association goes back many years  to the late 90’s when many cardiac sufferers and their families felt forgotten about and claimed not to be getting the support from the health service they so much required.

For this reason a group of cardiac patients who regretfully are no longer with us today,  the late Lionel Perez, the late Charles Head, the late William Finlayson, the late Louis Monteverde with the help of CNS Gerry Fortuna who now works at the Lionel Perez Cardiac Rehabilitation Centre created the Cardiac Rehabilitation And Group Support.

(CRAGS)Together the group met regularly and served as a pressure group resulting in obtaining much better benefits and conditions for patients and their families when attending tertiary hospitals for treatments and surgeries.However CRAGS never registered as a charity  and with time its committee members passed away and sadly the group fizzled out.

Today the association is made up of a  committee of 12 people. Not all are cardiac sufferers themselves but are related to people who have had cardiological problems. Our aims continue to be the same.

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