Since its inception in 2010, the Mayden Foundation has taken on five major charitable web projects and provided donations of several thousand pounds to a variety of charities working in the UK and around the world.
Thank you for visiting our website which provides a summary of the work we are involved in; if you have any questions please feel free to get in touch via our contact form.
Revamp planned for Healthcare Today - 03/09/14
Healthcare Today attracts thousands of visitors each day – but we’ve decided it needs a bit of a facelift and technology review. Analysis of how people use the site has encouraged us to go in a slightly different direction, focusing on cataloguing and tagging news stories and integrating it with Healthy Curiosity and social media, where all the action is. We plan to complete the changes by the end of the year.
Healthy Curiosity resumes - 01/04/14
For this year’s project we have decided to resurrect an internal development, Healthy Curiosity. This public-facing website aims to build a network of health related connections through the crowd-sourcing of healthcare experience, especially relating to those with long term conditions. By comparing the experience and lifestyle choices (e.g. diet, exercise) of different people we aim to build up a picture of what seems to help people, statistically speaking. If you knew, for example, that 80% of people with arthritis had their symptoms partly alleviated by reducing their intake of instant coffee, as an arthritis sufferer you might want to give it a try…
This week sees the launch of our two major web projects for this year: Business Against Poverty and People Against Poverty. The Mayden Foundation has been working with the charity over the last few months to migrate the former website into two distinct platforms so each can evolve separately and serve their respective audiences with more focus. The websites have been designed by Sarah Neal at Mayden and are now hosted on Mayden’s WordPress network.