TROY (WWJ) — Media Genesis has launched a new website for Digital Helping Hands, its division that focuses on aiding nonprofit organizations in the digital space.
Digital Helping Hands, http://www.DigitalHelpingHands.com, provides digital marketing, consultation, and web development to 501(c)(3) organizations.READ MORE: Royal Oak Plans To Establish A New ‘Social District’
Through this outreach platform, Media Genesis provides all of its commercial resources to the nonprofit community, locally, nationally and internationally. The Digital Helping Hands website also provides a list of useful resources for nonprofits.
Owned by Brad Frederick, CEO, and Antoine Dubeauclard, president, Digital Helping Hands has been serving nonprofit organizations since 1996.
“Giving back is in our DNA, and I’m sure nonprofits want to work with a company that not only understands them and their business, but lives it as well,” Frederick said.READ MORE: Michigan House Committee Approves Resolution To Subpoena Former Health Director Robert Gordon
Building on more than 17 years in web and application development, Frederick and Dubeauclard have been helping nonprofits use digital technologies to increase fundraising, expand outreach efforts, and organize events.
According to The Chronicle of Philanthropy, online donations to nonprofit organizations increased by 14 percent (up to $2.1 billion) in 2012.
The clients of Digital Helping Hands include the United Auto Workers; the Business Call to Action, in partnership with the United Nations; Global Detroit; the Detroit Symphony Orchestra; and many more.
Media Genesis is an internet services firm based in Troy. Media Genesis serves more than 300 companies and nonprofit organizations. An in-house team provides a wide range of services including app development, web design, search engine optimization, social networking, and design and development of e-learning systems, intranets and content management systems.MORE NEWS: Detroit Public Schools Pause In-Person Learning Until May Amid COVID-19 Cases Spike
For web development and online strategy, visit http://www.mediaG.com.