Today we relaunched the Joshua Hayday Helping Hand Trust website.
The rebuild and migration to WordPress was undertaken by Kerry, working closely with Joshua’s Grandparents, Clive and Carolyn Bane. Clive is intending to keep the site updated himself, hence the migration to WordPress which allows website owners to update their own content is a relatively straight forward interface. If you would like to do the same with your own website, please contact us.
The Joshua Hayday Helping Hand Trust (“JHHHT”) has been set up in memory of Joshua Hayday in order to help support families with children with life-limiting conditions. The aim of JHHHT is to assist projects that will provide real practical support to families, such as respite care, assistance with transport needs and equipment. You can read more about Joshua’s story here.