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Sunny Thinking helps tackle homelessness in Greater Manchester

Altrincham-based creative agency Sunny Thinking is proud to support the Greater Manchester Mayor’s Charity by designing their new website.

Homelessness and rough sleeping are still a massive issue in Greater Manchester, so the team were honoured to be chosen to work with the organisation on this important project. The Greater Manchester Mayor’s charity is an independent charity that believes homelessness has no place here in Greater Manchester.

Sunny Thinking has worked with charities and non-profit organisations for the last 13 years, so is well-versed in ensuring budgets work hard and the brands they help build prompt beliefs that lead to actions.

“The future holds new challenges as the charity seeks to broaden reach and impact. We share their belief that homelessness has no place here in Greater Manchester and will do all we can to support their amazing work” said Jonathan Reed, managing director of Sunny Thinking. “We felt honoured to be chosen to design their new website and look forward to supporting them in many other ways in the coming years.”

“The new website designed by Sunny Thinking will make a huge difference to us as a charity and help us tell our story and gain much-needed support and funds. We were attracted to Sunny Thinking by their reputation for charity work and their agency philosophy and we are delighted with what they have produced,” commended Sarah Nurton – Communications and Engagement Lead.

“Built in Craft CMS, we have created a new fully responsive website for the charity.
It helps tell the story of the charity in terms of who they are, what they do and how they are helping to tackle homelessness in Greater Manchester. It explains their continued work in terms of emergency response, investing in places and spaces, plus targeting prevention. Most importantly perhaps, the new site makes it even easier for people and businesses to help fundraise and donate,” finished Reed.