Rockland Web Design Donates New Website to Nyack Homeless Project

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The company created several high-profile websites to 501(c)3 organizations in recent years, and is starting off 2014 with a brand new site for this local charity.

I usually find that it's not about what you have, but what's in your heart.

Rockland Web Design will soon be launching its new website for the Nyack Homeless Project, which will give the organization a much-upgraded look and user experience for its many donors and corporate sponsors.

The Nyack Homeless Project, Ltd. (NHP) is a nonprofit 501(3)(c) grass roots nonsectarian volunteer group that encourages children, teens, adults and their communities to directly participate in the collection of clothing, food and monies for people in dire need of assistance.

The organization partners also with many different local charities, such as People to People, as well as several Churches in the local area of Rockland County, NY.

Rockland Web Design has donated its time and resources several times in past years, developing sites for Charities in the area or assisting in the events held by the Charities.

Recently, they teamed up with NY Dancesport to create and edit video for a Flash Mob that was created for Stand Up 2 Cancer. The video was shot and edited by local videographer Jesse Ortigas, and assisted by Tom Ossa, President of Rockland Web Design.

The Stand Up 2 Cancer video can be viewed at YouTube here:

In addition, the company donated the design of a website for the reconstruction of the local animal shelter, Rebuild Hi Tor Animal Shelter. The site collects donations for the complete reconstruction of the facility, and is nearing the $1 million mark in total donations to begin the construction process.

Mr. Ossa is very pleased to see the development of the new Nyack Homeless Project come to a close. "This is a labor of love for me. My heart goes out to those who don't have as many advantages as we do. I usually find that it's not about what you have, but what's in your heart. And when you take the time to see that many people are even more grateful despite any disadvantages they have, it makes you realize that they are the ones that deserve more - not us."

For more information about the Nyack Homeless Project, please contact Litany Burns at (845) 358-7122.

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