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A website is a wonderful tool for reaching out to a client base that is tired of mass mailings, lives out of your business's normal reach, or has possibly never heard of you. Your online presence is only a click or two away from potential customers and supporters seeking your service or message.
Sometimes that message is too important to be tied up with financial tape. NRG Networks recognizes this and has assisted charity-related organizations in our CT community get their word out via free or greatly discounted website.
Recently NRG Networks created a website for The Hospital of Central Connecticut to help spread the word about their Healthy Family FunFest.
This site provided sponsors like Rotary International, The Record-Journal, and the Southington-Cheshire YMCA information to host a booth at the FunFest, expanding the health activitie and services that could be offered to attendees.
The site also gave potential attendees access to forms and information on programs like the Health Changes Challenge and services such as health cooking demos, and blood pressure screenings.
The Haunted Graveyard is a Halloween spectacle hosted by Lake Compounce in Bristol, CT every year, drawing in thousands of guests. To date, The Graveyard has raised over $650,000 for the American Diabetes Association to help find a cure.
NRG Networks is proud to host their site. We work with them again every few seasons to design a new scare-filled website, bringing more traffic to their site and in turn creating more funds toward a cure for diabetes.
The Save the Children organization works to create lasting change for children in need across the world. In honor of this mission, NRG Networks has donated time to manage database tables for reports and provided on-the-spot server hosting to ease the strain of massive traffic to their site during the last ten years.
In the past, we have also worked with the CT branch of Operation ELF, a program run by the state of Connecticut and the marines who orchestrate the Toys for Tots program every year. In the years it remained active, the website we built received many donations for lonely families of servicemen and women over the holidays.