A New, Charity-Focused Web Site and a Sleek, New Look for Autograph Store Charity Fundraising

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Autograph Store Charity Fundraising announces its new Web site and blog, as well as its continued support of charity auctions all over the world.

The sleek design for Autograph Store Charity Fundraising's new Web site features eye-catching new shots of the company's hottest charity auction items.

“The Web isn’t just for bored teenagers and tech wizards anymore. It’s an incredible resource, and we’re riding an information wave we have an obligation to share with our charity fundraising partners."

Approaching the final few months of what’s projected to be Autograph Store Charity Fundraising’s most successful year in history, the charity auction specialist is pleased to announce, not only the full redesign of its’ Web site’s look and functionality, but also the complete reimagining of it’s brand. Although, the site has always been a resource for charities and non-profits all over the world to find the most compelling fundraising ideas around, today, Autograph Store Charity Fundraising has begun adding free insight and advice from its veteran team of fundraising specialists.

In addition to a new logo and visual brand, Autograph Store Charity Fundraising’s new Web site features a host of functional enhancements for its charity event planners to use. With a host of informative blogs, vlogs and articles filling the pages of Autograph Store Charity Fundraising’s new site, as well as full integration with Facebook and Twitter, the company hopes to become the online destination for unique fundraising ideas. By making the content found in its online space as accessible as possible to the non-profit community, Autograph Store Charity Fundraising aims to continue growing along with all the wonderful charities it serves.

“The non-profit community is entering a new age,” said Anthony Nurse, charity fundraising director for Autograph Store Charity Fundraising. “With limited resources, it can be challenging for non-profits to keep up with the fast pace of technology, so a lot of organizations miss out on all the great information out in the digital universe. So, we figured, since so many folks in our community already come to us for their charity auction items and the other services we offer for charity events, why not give our partners the advice they need to make their events successful all the way around — 360 degrees?”

Additionally, the site’s “Fundraising Items” page features crisp new photography of many of the top charity auction items Autograph Store Charity Fundraising offers. Also, unlike most other organizations that only include a few select quotes from their clients, Autograph Store Charity Fundraising has published the full texts of several of its charity partners’ recommendation letters on its new “Testimonials” page. But, what will truly set the company’s new digital space apart is the helpful content it will deliver.

“I’m a huge fan of Twitter and Facebook and blogs and all the great information floating around on the Web,” Nurse said. “The Web isn’t just for bored teenagers and tech wizards anymore. It’s an incredible resource, and we’re riding an information wave we have an obligation to share with our charity fundraising partners. Digital media and information has to be part of what we offer now, so the non-profits we work with can benefit from it into the future. They need an online resource, and we’re proud to be exactly that.”

For more information regarding this story, please contact Sean Gallagher, social & digital media director for Autograph Store Charity Fundraising, at (888) 232-2500, ext. 103.

Autograph Store Charity Fundraising proudly serves more than 1,800 charities and non-profits worldwide, providing charity auction items to a wonderfully diverse group of worthy causes. In 2009, the company’s no-risk auction items helped raise over $1 million at silent auctions, charity fundraisers and charity benefits in all 50 states and around the world.

© 2010 Autograph Store Charity Fundraising

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