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Office Updates

We came across this CMS security report on Twitter and found it interesting. Especially on the heels of the #Drupalgeddon2 security patches which required very short deployment turnaround to ensure your site was protected from hack bots, it's a good reminder to stay on top of security patches (or subscribe to a security plan such as we offer partners) to make sure your site is secure.

A Just Response to Extractivism

JustResponse.Faith is a new site to showcase a recent report produced by the Inter-religious Working Group on Extractive Industries* and designed by CEDC. We also developed the website, styling it to match the report and building a custom module for their Lenten Calendar.

The Catholic Mobilizing Network was outgrowing their Wordpress site and needed a CMS that would make it easier to weave together a variety of interrelated content: News, actions, resources, events, statements, and resources that could all be cross-referenced by state and issue.

The Lynching Sites Project of Memphis is a network of people seeking to, in the words of Ida B. Wells, "shine the light of truth" on past wrongs with the expectation that being honest about the past will allow us to better understand the present and begin to heal. The website is one of the primary public faces that the project has to display the research and work they are doing via an interactive map, articles, and scans of archival material. We were honored to be able to work on this project with them.

The 2016 Global NGO Online Technology Report provides some interesting statistics about online technology and NGOs around the world. Would you have guessed that more NGOs have Facebook pages than have websites? (95% to 92% respectively).

For International Women's Day, we shine the spotlight on one of our partners*, My Sister's Place DC: "part of an interactive community committed to eradicating domestic violence."

The Bottom Line:

Online giving has risen almost 10% in 2012 alone, and more and more nonprofits are meeting their audience online. (Chronicle of Philanthropy)

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