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Local Web Design Agency Launches Leprosy Charity Website for Women in Need

Online presence is vital for charities - Charity websites help raise the profile & funds across online social media networks - Women in Need helps women from Indian slums in socio-economic difficulty including HIV/AIDS, mental illness, rape & abuse

HARTFORD, England, April 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Local award-winning Cheshire web design company, greensplash Ltd from Hartford, Cheshire, has recently completed a newly designed website for Women In Need (WIN), a charity which helps abandoned women suffering from a variety of health and socio-economic problems in India.

Through online communities and social media networks, WIN hopes that people will help spread the word of women suffering in impoverished parts of India and around the world. It is hoped that by engaging with online, as well as offline, audiences, it will help WIN to continue to make a difference in the lives of these women.

Women In Need founder Leah Pattison said: "greensplash has provided us with a website that we are proud of and which projects the charity's work in the most informative way. The feedback we have received from our donors has been very positive."

Working with greensplash design, WIN aimed to create an effective web presence that would help raise the profile of the charity and would communicate the stories of the women helped by Women In Need's work. As the website had to reflect the ethos and work of the charity, WIN was keen to develop a website that clearly communicated its messages, but wasn't overly 'corporate' in feel. The final design, which is visual yet minimal, supports this, enabling website users to obtain clear information about how they can help these ladies who are abandoned on the streets and in the slums that suffer from leprosy, HIV/AIDS, mental illness and the effects of rape and abuse. It's these kinds of areas that can make all the difference to a charity website.

Mark Pattison, the charity's website manager, also explained: "greensplash realized the charity's needs from the very start and created a stunning online presence for Women In Need."

"It's been a joy to share the new site with donors and the rest of the online community. The site will help WIN treat many more of these abandoned and forgotten women."

Notes to editors:

For further information, please contact Siu Coll at greensplash Ltd on 01606 884123 or Mark Pattison at WIN at 07951480338.

greensplash Ltd ( is an award-winning Cheshire design consultancy, which has delivered design and marketing services since 2001 to organisations in Cheshire and the UK.

For more information, please see: and for details on web design services that have been provided:

Women in Need ( is a registered charity that helps women in India suffering from the physical and social scars of Leprosy, as well as treating other problems such as HIV/AIDS, mental illness and the effects of rape and abuse.

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