21 Sep 2020

London Irish Foundation launches new website

The London Irish Foundation announced today (27th March) that it has launched a new dedicated website at www.londonirishfoundation.org

The website, which will serve as the Foundation’s principal communications channel, has been designed to work on fixed and mobile platforms and is easy to navigate.

The site features news, images and videos highlighting the Foundation’s work among the communities it serves in Berkshire, Hampshire, Middlesex and London presented in an informative and entertaining manner.  There are sections about working with, volunteering for and donating to the Foundation.

The website has been designed by Studio Republic, the Winchester based agency that specialises in working with ethically-minded businesses, charities and non-profit organisations

Announcing the launch of the website, Andy Keast, Chief Executive of the Foundation, said, “In a rapidly changing and competitive media environment we depend on the communication channels that we can influence and control to build and maintain vital relationships with key stakeholders in this country and overseas, our new bespoke website has a crucial role to play in this.

“We are very grateful to all the talented people at Studio Republic whose expertise and experience has created a site that we hope all those coming into contact with the Foundation will find engaging and enjoy visiting time and again.”
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