All posts for Not-for-profit websites
Thursday, 7 October 2010
In September Webdragon helped SIDS and Kids Victoria launch a Facebook page for the Walk to Remember event, taking place on Sunday 7 November.
Thursday, 15 July 2010
Under the old Web 1.0 model, each organisation's website was stand-alone. Customers wanting to know about a brand could go to that website, and if there were blogs or forums, that was where discussions took place about the brand. If there were other discussions online, they were typically isolated, in such a way that the organisation itself could not be a part of the conversation.
Friday, 2 July 2010
Earlier this week the Australian Government unveiled its strategy to bring Australian Government websites into the Web 2.0 era in an e-inclusive way, fully embracing modern accessibility standards.
Thursday, 24 June 2010
Starting in June 2010, Webdragon is now working with NV Access. NV Access are the developers of international break-through open-source assistive technology, NVDA. NVDA is a world-leading screen-reading software package, available free for users and developers alike. Like Webdragon, NV Access is committed to making information accessible to a broad range of people.
Monday, 7 June 2010
For many Australian companies, the 2009-10 financial year was much better than expected. As we approach the end of the financial year on 30 June, tax-deductible donations typically surge. Is your not-for-profit organisation doing everything possible to maximise its tax-deductible donations, including collecting online?
Tuesday, 20 April 2010
One of the largest hospital fundraising appeals in Australia, the Royal Children's Hospital Good Friday Appeal, made great use of Facebook in its 2010 Good Friday Appeal, with more than 38,000 people becoming fans of the appeal.
Thursday, 8 April 2010
In a message on Youtube for Easter 2010, Archbishop Philip Freier invites you to be inspired by the lives of Hugh Evans, founder of the Oaktree Foundation and the Global Poverty Project, and Jessie Taylor, refugee advocate and lawyer.