FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
MEDIA RELATIONS CONTACT:
Amy Wong, Dot Org Solutions LLC, email@example.com
Carolyn Harden, Marcus Thomas, firstname.lastname@example.org
CLEVELAND, Ohio – April 2019 – Nonprofits needing free help with their websites, web-based applications and software solutions are invited to apply to the 10th Annual Cleveland GiveCamp. GiveCamp is a weekend-long event (July 19-21, 2019) that pairs technology talent with area nonprofits. Over the course of the weekend, nearly 200 technology professionals, developers, designers, database administrators, marketing professionals and others will donate their time to help area nonprofits with a wide range of projects, including developing websites, mobile apps and more.
Applications are being accepted online at https://clevelandgivecamp.org/nonprofits/. The deadline is May 14, 2019. Approximately 15-20 nonprofits from Northeast Ohio are typically selected for participation. Nonprofits must provide proof of their 501(c)(3) status, upload a copy of their most recent IRS Form 990 and have representatives present the weekend of the event. Complete application details are available online: https://clevelandgivecamp.org/nonprofits/
In 2018, GiveCamp took part in 19 projects for local nonprofits that included multiple websites, admin tools and an interactive chat experience. See the full list of 2018 nonprofits at https://clevelandgivecamp.org/nonprofits/2018-nonprofits/.
GiveCamp is an all-volunteer event that is made possible by generous companies throughout Northeast Ohio. A complete listing of our sponsors can be found at https://clevelandgivecamp.org/sponsors/. GiveCamp is still looking for 2019 sponsors. To become a sponsor, contact Nicole Derr at email@example.com.
GiveCamp is an international initiative started in 2007 to bring together technology talent to help local nonprofits in need. Cleveland GiveCamp is one of the largest events in the country. Since its inception, our local volunteers, who come from throughout Northeast Ohio and beyond, have donated more than $3.6 million of free development work to nearly 200 regional nonprofits.
– ### –