Orange, CA (PRWEB)
September 25, 2017
360Civic, an Orange County based company that provides web development and technology services to public sector entities, has created a program to help nonprofits create or upgrade a website, while avoiding the large upfront costs associated with website design.
“Several of our executives, including myself, have worked with nonprofit organizations, and they know first-hand the role a quality website plays in reaching donors, processing donations and boosting the organization’s public profile,” said 360Civic COO Elizabeth Zayas.
“From my years working with nonprofits I know that designing and creating these sites can be expensive, and also how organizations rely on them for so many vital services. To support their efforts, we really want to help make this easier.”
360Civic will provide nonprofit organizations with a high quality, full-featured, search engine-friendly website, with an original mobile responsive design, personalized to each organization. Sites will employ an easy-to-use content management system to allow personnel to quickly add, change and delete content or pages.
Through 360Civic’s partnership with Cliq, a leading provider of merchant processing services, all sites will also include an integrated donation and credit card acceptance platform that processes donations with an exceptionally low nonprofit transaction rate as low as 2.19% + $0.29 per transaction, with no additional fees.
“We are proud to be a part of this effort, and to make it possible for nonprofits to keep even more from each donation they receive,” said Cliq Vice President of Business Development Jaime Gonzalez.
Once the site is completed, nonprofits can pay for the work over time in affordable monthly payments spread over one year. After that, there will be no additional ongoing fees except for hosting, which organizations can obtain from 360Civic or the company of their choice.
Nonprofits seeking more information can call our sales team at 877-360-2492, ext. 100, or contact 360Civic at sales(at)360civic.com.
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