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Episcopal Church Website Design: St. Stephen’s

Church Website Design Challenge St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church’s in the Menifee Valley turned to Green Bird Media (GBM) for a clean and useful website. St. Stephen’s wanted a church website to speak to current members and to potential members. The parish is relatively small and is looking to attract new and younger members of the … Read more

od180 Reaches out to Non-Profits with New Website

Green Bird Media has recently launched a website for management consultant, David Norgard of od180. David specializes in organizational development for nonprofit organizations. The new website features case studies, resources, and David’s Management Letter blog with more information about organizational development for nonprofit groups. The website was built using a content management system with a … Read more

Non Profit Web Design: Dorcas House Gets Interactivity with New Web Design

Challenge GBM was hired to create a web solution to promote and fundraise for Dorcas House, a non profit foster care center for children with incarcerated parents. Solution A search-engine friendly website launch, including donation buttons and a plethora of information and media to spread awareness of Dorcas House. Also included in the solution: Branding … Read more

Branding for a Non-Profit

We work with many non profit organizations when they are ready for a new website. Usually their lack of technology is frustrating their membership and overwhelming the volunteer board members who feel they are communicating with stone tablets and smoke signals. As we begin work and start to flesh out the scope of the project, … Read more

Why a Church or Non-Profit Should Blog

The older you are, the less familiar a blog is. It’s part too-much technology and part humility (what on earth do I have to say and why would anyone read it?) and there seems to be no direct purpose to blogging. While it’s true that blogs can be self-referential and self-aggrandizing, the underlying reason for … Read more