Kehorne's Community Project
In 2021 we wanted to give a little something back to our community and launched an initiative to help a local not-for-profit organisation who has gone above and beyond to help during the Covid-19 pandemic.
We had our first meeting with the Ujala Foundation (led by Arshad Mehmood) to discuss how we can best help them with a new website and how to make it work better for their charity.
Ujala were the winning entry and were independently judged by Resource Productions CIC and Ramesh Kukar – both of whom have a particularly high local Slough standing and know the charity sector intimately.
“It is very obvious that they are really passionate about the work they do and how much they help the local community. After meeting them and finding more about them today, we are excited and committed to making this project work better and harder for them than ever”.
-Paul Fogg, Senior Project Manager
About Slough Online
As a company we believe that the internet is the most effective way for charities and community groups to get their message out. Unlike printing, once it is set up it remains a live item that can be amended and updated quickly and easily.
Here are some of the sites that we have built for local charities and community groups.
This is a local dance company teaching Cuban Salsa. The teacher has over 20 years experience and is passionate about dance and teaching, which is why we decided to support them. Dancing is great for confidence, it allows people to make new friends and learn new skills. It is also a great low impact way to exercise and have fun.
For Kehorne, this is the site that started it all and was our first foray into charity websites. We are delighted to support this worthy cause and continue to sponsor these awards as they help to celebrate the valuable work that people do when they volunteer. This can have a massive impact on the lives of local people and communities.
Our local parish church, built around 1877 but this new website was built in 2019! We love this amazing church, it is a pillar of the local community for many more reasons than just a place of worship. Kehorne were proud to be able to help with putting a new website together for them.