Integrity launches responsive website for nonprofit Every Child’s Hope
Integrity is proud to support the nonprofit organization Every Child's Hope (ECH) with the launch of their redesigned, responsive WordPress website.
ECH is an amazing organization that has focused on helping children in the midwest for more than 150 years. Founded as an orphanage in 1858, ECH has transformed into a organization that provides a range of services to children in need. From residential treatment to transitional services, early education and much more, ECH offers support to children of all ages and needs.
ECH's previous website was not only unresponsive and much in need of a design refresh, but had also become difficult to manage. The organization sought a partner who could help them design a mobile-friendly website that matched their current brand, integrated with their donation system (Blackbaud's Raiser's Edge and Online Express) and was easily content manageable.
Integrity proved to be the perfect partner, using our custom WordPress development skills to build a beautiful, modern website that met all of ECH's needs – while staying well within the project's budget.
As fathers themselves, Integrity’s partners felt strongly about supporting this important St. Louis institution.
“There are few causes more important than the protection, education and empowerment of our children," says Integrity Partner and CEO John Simanowitz. "ECH is a unique organization that deserves the attention and support of every St Louisian."
You can check out the ECH site at everychildshope.org. And feel free to donate to this amazing organization while you're there!
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