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Kudos: Company donates free website to Richmond-based autism non-profit

Pacific Autism Family Network’s new website is fully optimized for mobile devices
Pacific Autism Family Network on Cessna Drive

Richmond-based Pacific Autism Family Network (PAFN) just got a brand-new website thanks to a Surrey company.

The new PAFN website is designed to be “user-friendly and easy to navigate” with full mobile device optimization and an intuitive navigation menu, according to Bryce Choquer, founder of web developer Choquer Creative.

“Our goal wasn’t just to build them a website that was affordable, but to build them an online hub that drives real-world results and helps PAFN grow,” said Choquer in a media release.

The non-profit’s old website did not reflect how the organization was helping and providing information to families, explained PAFN spokesperson Sergio Cocchia, and it needed to be changed.

“Choquer Creative stood out because they were willing to understand whom we were trying to reach and had empathy for our clients and their challenges… They were willing to listen and make the changes we were wanting to,” he said.

The donation is part of Choquer Creative’s ongoing initiative to donate time, resources and services to charities and non-profits.