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Have you ever resisted sending someone to your website because of the way it looks or feels? Have you been putting off a redesign because of the estimated costs and time sink? Have parts of your website been “under construction” for longer than you’d like to admit?
It’s time to cross “improve website” off your to-do list. We’ll help you name the primary goal of your site, understand the work that’s needed to achieve your goal, and identify the types of talent who can help you get it done. Whether you are starting from scratch or looking for a much needed facelift, let us help you make a website that matches the power of your mission.
From breaking down multi-step site updates to selecting the right tools and plug-ins, we'll explore the most effective strategies and common questions about the power of your website to drive donations to your nonprofit, and how volunteers from copywriters to coders to designers and SEO experts can help.
If any of the following describes you and your organization, you should come...
Rashan Casseus is a Product Designer who built websites for multiple nonprofits (pro bono) before joining Catchafire. Rashan has a range of experience working in all types of environments, from small startups to international companies.
Ed is the Head of Product at Catchafire, where he leads the technology, product and marketing teams working to serve our nonprofit and volunteer users across the globe. He has spent the last 10 years of his career building web and mobile products for nonprofits and for profit companies.
Tyler has 10 years in the nonprofit sector. From Americorps to Food Justice, Tyler specializes in Donor Relations, Digital Marketing, and Membership Strategy. At Catchafire, he consults nonprofits on how to leverage the talent of their supporters in order to elevate their missions.
Catchafire.org is a full service, on-demand solution designed to address the wide-ranging and complex needs of nonprofits by connecting them with skills-based volunteers.
Through Catchafire’s marketplace, nonprofits have access to capacity-building projects and a community of volunteers.
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