SAFE Perth

Creating the central hub of all SAFE Perth’s activities.  

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The Challenge

We were tasked with building an easy-to-edit website that could become the central hub of all SAFE Perth’s activities. With 1,200 animals adopted each year, more than 300 volunteers and foster carers, and almost one million dollars in vet bills covered through donations, this was no easy feat!

The Solution

Considering SAFE Perth’s needs, we built in Squarespace and repurposed the platform’s blog functionality to setup the Adopt page. This meant SAFE Perth could benefit from Squarespace’s advanced search functionality and easy-to-edit interface. The Helium team delivered a multi-faceted site that responded to the five core not-for-profits elements, in a single platform: brand awareness, cause promotion, education and social change, donations, and volunteer engagement.

The Client

SAFE Perth are a not­-for-­profit dedicated to the rescue, care, rehabilitation, and rehoming of homeless and abandoned pets across WA.

The Work

One Day Website (Squarespace)

The Social Feedback

256 Reacts, 48 Comments, 31 Shares

In The Comments…

User-Friendly

“Even a non-technologically inclined geriatric can use this site. Great achievement!” — Sarah D

“Very easy to navigate. The photos of the animals are incredible.” — Hazel A

“A very well thought out website and so easy to navigate.” — Sandra R

“Very user-friendly; if you’re looking to donate, it’s there and easy to follow.” — Shirley M

Messaging

“Love it. The information and real stories are inspirational!” — Darlene F

“I love Leo’s family story, so gorgeous.” — Kim B

“What stands out the most to me is that this site outlines exactly what SAFE Perth stands for with the statement, ‘Matching great pets with great people’.” — Dianne H

Design

“Fantastic new website, very user-friendly and I particularly like the paw print overlay. Very cute touch.” — Christine D

“The layout is great!” — Kelly B

“It looks amazing! I love the translucent paw prints on the ‘About’ page. Very clever!” — Tania O