White River Junction, VT (PRWEB) December 23, 2006
Joomlashack.com, a leading provider of website designs and tools for the Joomla CMS, announced today its first-ever "Charity Starts at a Joomla Homepage" Contest.
Any visitor to Joomlashack's website can nominate a charity to win either a free website design or a $1,000US donation by visiting http://www.joomlashack.com . Nominations will be accepted until midnight GMT on Friday, December 29th.
Joomlashack.com's customers and visitors are asked to nominate an eligible charity to become one of five finalists to be picked by the Joomlashack team. The finalists will be announced in early January on http://www.joomlashack.com, where customers and visitors will then be able to financially support each organization directly. In early January, site visitors will also vote to decide which charity wins either a new custom website design by Joomlashack or a $1,000US donation.
Joomlashack LLC is an online retailer of commercial Joomla CMS templates and a leading design shop for customized Joomla templates. Our team consists of the most skilled designers and developers in the Joomla community. We specialize in helping the small business, non-profit or individual get to grips with this powerful content management system. Our goal is to provide our clients with an affordable, professional web presence that will meet their needs and serve them well into the future. More than 300,000 websites currently display a Joomlashack template design, including for the City of Longwood, Florida, University of Delaware English Department and Rochen Hosting.
About the "Charity Starts at a Joomla Homepage" Contest:
During this season of giving and goodwill toward our neighbors, Joomlashack's team sought a way to support important organizations that do good work to make the world a better place.
Across the globe, there are thousands of deserving charities that feed the hungry, house the homeless, heal the sick and tackle the world's social, environmental and economic injustices. Joomlashack.com knows this because members of our team have founded, led and built websites for several effective NGOs here in the U.S. and in the UK. While Joomlashack.com is a for-profit venture, serving our communities -- online and at home -- is a core value and life-long endeavor of our team members and company.
Because Joomlashack.com believes in the power of the web to build and improve communities, we also believe that every charity needs a commanding web presence that communicates its strongest case for broad and generous support.
Successful organizations rely on communities of volunteers, donors, leaders and supporters to achieve their missions. While not a charity, Joomlashack.com is no different. We depend on our community of customers, forum posters, and users to be successful, too; a community of over 30,000 people across the planet. In the season of giving, this contest is one small way for us to give back.
Now, Joomlashack.com is asking its community to help us bring attention to five effective and essential charities, and to offer one of them much-needed attention and resources.
Nominate a deserving and eligible charity today.
To be selected as a finalist, each nominated organization must meet the following criteria:
1. Registered and lawful charitable organization capable of giving a charitable tax exemption to donors (In the US this means 501c3 eligible).
2. An annual budget of less than $1 million.
3. Attempts successful programs in support of a positive, peaceful and charitable mission.
- Staff, volunteers, and supporters of organizations are allowed and encouraged to nominate their own organizations. However, one nomination per organization is plenty.
- No nominated organization will be chosen as a finalist without its written consent.
- To nominate an organization, you have to give Joomlashack a working email address. You may receive further information about the contest and/or Joomalshack products and services via email later. You can easily unsubscribe from any communications at any time.
To nominate an organization, please visit http://www.joomlashack.com.
Contact: Tom Elliott