What is the best way for a local non-profit to let the community know what is going on as well as keep the organization financially able to hold activities? A website, of course.
The Neligh Young Men's Club had a website several years ago and recently decided to revamp their online presence with the focus on improving communication with the community. They also have a Facebook page.
The new site - www.nelighyoungmensclub.com - has a modern desktop version as well as a mobile version (seen on the right) that has background info on the organization, list of upcoming events, photos from past events, contact information, as well as a donation tab.
The website features a photo that disappears as the user scrolls down the page, giving the site a sleek, modern feel but remains functionally sound and easy to navigate.
The donation tab makes it easy fo
The NYMC is entirely volunteer based and is able to host the annual Old Mill Days, fireworks, demo derby, pancake feed, give hats and gloves to preschoolers and much more through donations.
Now, people can donate online, whether they're able to experience the events that year or not. Lots of former residents remember and comment about how wonder those events are, and they can play a huge role in keeping them going with a donation of any size.
People can donate on their phone, tablet or computer and know they're helping the community. Take a minute and check out the new site.