ForeSite Kicks off 2013 with Three New Nonprofits

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ForeSite Technologies continues to grow its Do Some Good program, by adding three new non-profits at the kickoff of 2013.

ForeSite Technologies, an IT Support and Web Development firm based in East Hartford, CT, announces the continuation of its “Do Some Good” campaign with three new participating non-profits from the greater Hartford area.

The Do Some Good campaign features CRIS Radio, Covenant Preparatory School, and the Connecticut Humane Society during the first quarter of 2013. The program allows the public to vote for one of three local non-profits to which ForeSite makes a donation in their name. The organizations change each quarter, which allows visitors the chance to vote for four different organizations each year.

This quarter’s participants are well known throughout the region. The Connecticut Radio Information Society (CRIS Radio) is a radio reading service which features articles from newspapers, magazines, book readings and interview programs for those who are unable to read. Covenant Preparatory School is an independent, tuition-free middle school for boys from under-served families in the Hartford area. The Connecticut Humane Society works as a resource for companion animal welfare, providing medical care and shelter services.

“The Do Some Good Campaign grows every quarter,” ForeSite President Michael Giuffrida said of the program, which launched at the 2012 Hartford Business Expo. “Last quarter we more than tripled the response rate from the quarter before and we hope to keep that momentum going.”

Site visitors can also suggest organizations for future campaigns. Please visit for more information.

About ForeSite Technologies:
Since 1997, ForeSite has been designing and developing standout Web sites and providing insightful IT support to its clients. Serving clients in the northeast region from their Hartford, CT and Worcester, MA offices, ForeSite offers practical, tailored and creative solutions that fit a wide range of business needs. For further information, call 1.866.464.7483 or visit


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