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GrayCyan Launches Homes First Society’s New Website

“Homes First provides emergency shelter, supportive housing and support services”

MISSISSAUGA, Ontario–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Buzo International Services Inc. (aka launched Homes First Society’s new website. Using Homes First’s branding, the website has been given a refresh. With the not-for-profit launching its seniors campaign, what an important time to have an updated site. The goal of the campaign is to alleviate some of the day-to-day barriers that the vulnerable senior population is facing in Toronto. Homes First Society can be reached at

“We are extremely delighted to have been given the opportunity to help Homes First with their website. They are doing a phenomenal job at fighting homelessness. With this project, we have gathered enormous experience designing websites for large not-for-profits,” says Nishkam Batta, CEO of Buzo International. According to Lorna, Operations Lead at GrayCyan, “the most challenging task for us was to balance their branding with a modern design, while simplifying their navigation and keeping ease of use front of mind.”

This news comes in the wake of many of GrayCyan’s recent COVID-19 recovery and non-profit initiatives. As the world continues to navigate through COVID-19, GrayCyan is excited to help not-for-profits by re-designing their websites to help them get in front of their target audience – donors, volunteers and those in need.

To learn more about Buzo International Services Inc., visit

About Buzo International (aka Buzo International is a website design, software coding and SEO agency in the Toronto-GTA area. The goal of this web design company Mississauga agency is to design unique websites, offer simple, innovative solutions to complex coding projects, and be budget-friendly.


Nishkam Batta

Buzo International Services Inc.


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