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May 15, 2018 7:06 am

This creative agency is giving away a free website redesign to one Pennsylvania nonprofit

Register to be considered for Round4's Better PA Website Giveaway by May 31.

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🚨 Free stuff alert! 🚨

In need of a new website for your charitable org? Round4, a Mechanicsburg-based creative agency, is giving away a free website redesign to one Pennsylvania nonprofit.

From now through May 31, anyone can nominate a nonprofit to receive a custom-built site, valued at $3,000, plus one free year of web hosting; subsequent years of hosting will cost $300 each.

On June 1, 10 randomly selected nonprofits will make it to the public voting round. Round4 will announce the winner on July 1.

The inaugural winner of Round4’s Better PA Website Giveaway was Domestic Violence Intervention of Lebanon County.

Register here

Not exactly sure what you’re getting into? Read about Resources for Human Development’s own redesign process here.

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