The deadline for registering interest in the Tellonline Charity Campaign 2014 has been extended to the end of the week, so the window of opportunity for charities to take advantage of up to £5,000 of free web work will be open until Friday 16th May. So far Tellonline has had a fantastic response from organisations within the third sector, and intends to work with many of them in the coming months.
Successful charities will be able to benefit from a high standard of service and support from both London and Plymouth teams. After an initial discussion of what the project entails, Tellonline will, through regular consultation, develop a tailored solution which will be followed by creation and testing.
Tellonline’s services can include web design, development, responsive site development, apps, e-commerce, and digital marketing solutions – ensuring that your online presence is able to deliver the desired results.
Simon Budd, Managing Director of Tellonline said: “The response we’ve received this year has been incredible, and we are excited to begin working together with interested charities. I would like to take this opportunity to encourage all charities to register for the chance to be a part of the scheme, no matter how big or small the project may be.”
The window for submitting applications to be considered for the annual Tellonline Non-Profit Charity Campaign will be closing on the 16th May. If you are interested in being considered for this annual offer, you can contact Tellonline via email firstname.lastname@example.org and a member of the team will be able to discuss your application. Additional charity information can be found in in the Tellonline Blog as well as at www.tellonline.com/charity.
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