Charity Donation for Feefo Reviews

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Since 2015, Ballyhoo has proudly been supporting Acorns Children’s Hospice, a charity providing life-limited and terminally-ill babies, children, young people and their families with the care and support they need during challenging times. As part of our planned fundraising activities, we pledged to donate £1 for every review we received through the online review system, Feefo.

It’s now been two years since we started using the Feefo service and over this time, you, our clients, have left us reviews a total of 133 times, equating to a charitable donation due of £133. Whether the notion of a gift to charity has swayed your decision to leave feedback, or not, we thank you for doing so and enabling us to gift Acorns with much-needed funds.

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As a digital agency, feedback is essential to us; it helps us to identify areas for improvement but, just as important, it also lets us know what we’re doing right so we can continue providing what you need from us.

You’ve left us reviews on everything from web design and development projects to online marketing and ongoing services like hosting and support and maintenance. Here’s what some of you have had to say about Ballyhoo and our services:

We’ll be continuing to make regular donations to Acorns based on the number of reviews we receive, and we’ll also be looking for further opportunities to fundraise. Next year, Acorns will commemorate their 30th year with some exciting, though yet to be announced, fundraising opportunities in which we will be proud to participate, helping this incredible charity raise even more money. Watch this space to see how you can support us.

It costs nearly £10 million a year for Acorns to provide their care and support to the community, if you’d like to donate, please follow the link below:

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Alison

Alison is our Creative Director*. She has worked alongside Anthony to build the business since it was founded in 2009. Her passion is design and UX, and she has a laser eye-for-detail. In other words, she’s a web developer’s worst nightmare.