It’s Time to Share What We’re Up To!
It’s been our dream for a long time to organize a weekend dedicated to giving back to a deserving organization. Our team loves spending time together socially, and we’re always out in the community volunteering for events and causes we care about. On November 1-3 we are going to hold our own event that we’re calling our Weekend Web Challenge.
There will no doubt be plenty of fun and laughter, as we make the most of the 72 hours we have to help further the cause of the winning non-profit. There’s talk of dog visits, cocktail hours, massage chairs, gourmet food, games & challenges and more as we pool our time and expertise to build a free website for a Minnesota non-profit. From intake, design, build, content, and launch, our team is committed to spending the weekend to figure it out!
One Deserving Non-Profit Will Win
“At Vivid Image, giving back is an essential part of who we are. We are also a group of people who genuinely enjoy hanging out together – inside and outside the office. The Weekend Web Challenge is going to be a great combination of both! We work well as a team so I’m excited to see what we can do in a weekend for whichever non-profit gets picked.” Karlie Mosher, Graphic Designer
Applications are now open
Applications are being accepted now through September 30th from any Minnesota-based 501c3. If you know of a non-profit you feel should apply, we have a quick form that you can complete and tell us. We’ll reach out to them with the details and invite them to apply on the official Weekend Web Challenge page.
“Having volunteered with various non-profits, many share the ongoing struggle of finding enough resources–both in terms of funding and volunteers. We know that a solid web presence can help connect organizations to prospective donors and volunteers, as well as simplify many administrative tasks. By simply giving up one weekend of our time, we have the unique opportunity to help a non-profit by eliminating the barrier of cost and providing them with a valuable tool that can serve them for years to come.” Danielle Vander Ploeg, Search Marketing Strategist.