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If You're a Nonprofit, You Can Win a Free $5,000 Website

Hotpresslogo Steve Thiel of HotPress Web emailed me yesterday to let me know that his Denver-based web design company will be giving away a free website worth $5,000 to any charity, church or nonprofit. All you have to do is complete this application by September 30 and Steve and company will select and announce the winner the next day. If selected, your organization will get:

  • 25 pages
  • Site architecture planning
  • Custom website design
  • Full content entry assistance
  • Email only project communication
  • Features including calendars, blogs, photo galleries, forms, and more
  • Ease to use content management system
  • One year of FREE website hosting

That's a lot of site bling. The Cunningham Foundation was a previous winner and their site looks pretty darn nice, so if you're in the market for a new site or want a redesign, you may want to check this out. You certainly have nothing to lose other than a few moments of your time to complete the application.

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