Families of Terminally Ill Children Benefit from Santa’s Hideaway Hollow’s New Website By Company 119

Over the last thirty years, nearly 58,000 children and their loved ones have benefitted from a last visit with Santa at his Middlefield, Ohio, home away from the North Pole Hideaway. With a new website, Santa’s Hideaway Hollow is now more accessible to volunteers, families, and the Hospitals who refer children to this non-profit organization.

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New Santa's Hideaway Hollow Website

We wanted to be able to tell the story of the hope of Santa and how he’s willing to visit with sick and dying kids during the entire year.

Middlefield, Ohio (PRWEB) December 19, 2013

For many kids, there is nothing more important than Christmas. Friends, family, gifts, and the impending visit from Santa Claus are what make the memories so tangible – ones that may last a lifetime. For children who are facing their last Christmas because of a terminal illness, Santa’s Hideaway Hollow has become a Northeastern Ohio landmark, offering the creation of unforgettable holiday memories all-year long.

Started in 1981 as a non-profit organization, Santa’s Hideaway Hollow has had a basic website presence for many years as a way to reach out nationally. As technology has evolved, the staff decided that it was time to launch a new, more interactive website that would better reflect the volunteer work by many elves that allows the opportunity for families to forget about doctors and hospitals for one very special day, and to instead focus on Christmas memories with their child. “Our goal with the new website was to make sure that families everywhere have access to what we have to offer,” said Bill Dieterle, one of Santa’s helpers. “We wanted to be able to tell the story of the hope of Santa and how he’s willing to visit with sick and dying kids during the entire year.”

The new Santa’s Hideaway Hollow website (http://www.santashideawayhollow.com), designed by Chardon-based Company 119 (http://www.company119.com) features a fresh website design, updated content, an intuitive calendar, and ways for children to contact Santa. Dieterle said, “What we are finding with our new site is that we are able to reach out to more people than ever. We couldn’t be more pleased with the integrated way that the site works – especially considering how specialized of an application this is.”

Applying cutting-edge web design to charitable work creates a way for non-profits to easily reach out to special guests, volunteers, and families. Santa’s Hideaway Hollow has been able to incorporate technology in a way that focuses on their message of creating special Christmas moments for children with terminal illnesses and their families.

For more information on the website design services offered by Company 119 or to schedule an interview with Christian Klein, CEO of Company 119, or Bill Dieterle of Santa’s Hideaway Hollow, call 440.332.4848.


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