Digital Marketing Agency to Give Away Free Website
Since 2014, Road Warrior Creative has given away one free website each year to a U.S.-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Each website is custom designed and developed to meet the selected nonprofit’s specific goals, and has an approximate retail value of up to $8,000.
Having a modern, mobile-responsive website is key to nonprofit success, especially in regard to fundraising. Fidelity Charitable’s 2016 The Future of Philanthropy report found that 27% of donors have changed giving practices due to technological advances making it easy to make small donations online or support charities from mobile devices. The Nonprofit Research Collaborative’s Winter 2017 Nonprofit Fundraising Survey found that dollars raised online increased 57% in the past year.
Website design and functionality is increasingly important, yet countless organizations don’t have the budget for custom website design or the ability to hire an expert web developer. These nonprofits work tirelessly to change the world for the better, but do not have a web presence that matches their local impact and efforts.
Road Warrior Creative is committed to helping nonprofit organizations build a professional online presence that helps spread their mission, get more volunteers, and secure funding. Year-round this commitment includes offering a 20% discount to on all products and services for 501(c)(3) nonprofits. Each summer, the Road Warrior Creative team is excited to do more through their annual free nonprofit website giveaway.
Eligible nonprofit organizations can nominate themselves or be nominated by a community member at https://roadwarriorcreative.com/2017-free-nonprofit-website-contest. The deadline for nomination is Friday, July 30, 2017 at 11:55 PM MST. Nominees will be posted on Road Warrior Creative’s Facebook page, and the final winner will be determined by votes from the public collected via Facebook through July 31, 2017 at 11:55 PM MST.
Past winners include Fort Collins Montessori School, La Leche League ofMassachusetts, Rhode Island, and Vermont, and Fort Collins P.E.O. Reciprocity.
Source : news.sys-con.com