Helen Rollason Cancer Charity launches new website!

Helen Rollason Cancer Charity are proud to announce the launch of their newly designed website at  www.helenrollason.org.uk The new site features a modern design, improved functionality and easy access to essential information to help people access our cancer support.

Helen Rollason Cancer Charity Chair of Trustees Ben Schneider explains;

“Our goal with our new website is to provide our visitors with an easier way to learn about our services. Our design is more modern, intuitive and with this new look, we wanted to make the user experience as simple as possible. The new site is easy to use and navigate, we now have a clearer structure featuring a drop-down menu on the top of the page for a streamlined experience. We will be constantly updating our content with helpful information, articles, newsletters, charity news and client stories.”

Helen Rollason Cancer Charity CEO Kate Alden said;

“I’d like to say a personal huge thank you to our friends from Cognitran; Jay, Tony, Dennis and Alan who give up their time and energy during lockdown to make this possible.

We hope visitors will enjoy the websites fresh look, easy to access information and we wish to establish this website as a source of information for those who are wishing to use our cancer services, donate to the charity and in general learn more about our charity. We will be adding to our new site in the coming months so watch this space for some more exciting new updates!”

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