GAINESVILLE - Gaineville-based Internet marketing and website development company <a href="http://www.fullmedia.com/" target="_blank">Full Media</a> is launching a new community service project aimed at making a positive impact on local non-profit organizations. <br />
Called <a href="http://www.fullmedia.com/project-impact/" target="_blank">Project IMPACT</a>, the initiative's mission is to deliver a free, custom and fully-responsive website to a worthwhile non-profit.<br />
Non-profits can become eligible for Project IMPACT through nomination or application. Nominations and applications can be submitted online at www.fullmedia.com/project-impact/.<br />
Deadline for entry is Sunday, August 31. The selected non-profit will be notified and announced to the public mid-September.<br />
The selected non-profit will receive a website that includes:<br />
· A custom website design<br />
· Build out and integration on Full Media's content management system, Full Panel<br />
· Responsive design for mobile and tablet devices<br />
For more information, please contact Brooklyn Rains ( firstname.lastname@example.org ).
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