In a nonprofit sector with thousands of organizations and worthy causes, it is imperative that Take Steps continues to stand out in its critical mission work and in its ability to create unique and meaningful experiences for its fundraising participants.
The new Take Steps website design takes into consideration feedback received directly from hundreds of walk participants, coupled with testing feedback from talented designers and developers across the country.
Not only does the website offer exciting new engagement opportunities for participants, it also provides more streamlined processes designed to make participation and fundraising easier than ever. Making it more engaging was necessary to continue the strong fundraising activities needed to achieve CCFA's mission of finding cures for patients living with Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis.
"A nonprofit's digital presence is critical to the success of its fundraising activities since so much of the dollars are being fundraised online," said Brian Boruff, president of Blackbaud's Enterprise Markets Group. "Our peer-to-peer fundraising solution, TeamRaiser®, gave them an easy to use, powerful online platform that integrates seamlessly into participant's day-to-day fundraising efforts, and works to connect participants with the larger CCFA community."
The new website is a critical step forward by Take Steps in continuing to support the 1.6 million patients affected by Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis. Visit the new website at www.cctakesteps.org and register to Take Steps for cures in 2017.
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SOURCE Crohn's & Colitis Foundation of America