New Online Community, umojawa, Encourages Social Change and Rewards Non-Profits for Work that Benefits Others

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Announces launch of website: http://www.umojawa.com

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“umojawa is dedicated to promoting and celebrating the successes of non-profit and volunteer work,” said Stephanie Jelley, chief executive officer, umojawa.

umojawa, a new online community encouraging social change, providing civic engagement, and rewarding organizations for their work that benefits others, announces the official launch of its website, http://www.umojawa.com.    

Providing an interactive platform for not-for-profit and charitable organizations to compete in a web-based world, http://www.umojawa.com combines content and community with a touch of commerce.

umojawa.com’s rich content promotes the work of community-based not-for-profits and those who support them, offering a mix of news, in-depth features, a smattering of “how-to” articles, and videos to keep site visitors informed of the latest and most effective trends in awareness and fundraising using technology and methodologies that drive the marketplace and corporate sponsorship.

“umojawa is dedicated to promoting and celebrating the successes of non-profit and volunteer work,” said Stephanie Jelley, chief executive officer, umojawa. “Using new age media and innovative social media approaches, we provide a wonderful platform for non-profit organizations to effectively promote their initiatives and to collaborate with other like-minded organizations on fundraising methodologies.”

As Title Sponsor for the Girls Who Rock concert in NYC earlier this month, umojawa has already rewarded the exceptional efforts of not-for-profit She’s the First organization in supporting education for young girls and women globally, a focus that exemplifies similar values to umojawa’s mission. umojawa’s financial support for this event allowed 100% of the event’s proceeds to be donated to Shanti Bhavan School in India.

About umojawa
umojawa is a leading information provider for the non-profit sector that helps non-profits more effectively manage their organizations and maximize the efficiency of their external communications and fundraising efforts via new age mixed media and social media platforms. Utilizing today’s best practices in social media as well as traditional B2B marketing communications, umojawa helps ensure not-for-profit organizations reach their target audiences while creating general awareness to their missions.

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