The American Web Design Awards from Graphic Design USA Magazine have been announced and for the fifth year running DonorDrive has won multiple awards. Winning entries were for custom theme designs for fundraising sites. Among the winners was the Sanford Health Foundation site used to fundraise through DonorDrive for endurance events, do-it-yourself fundraising and community events to support their mission as one of the largest healthcare providers in the nation and a pioneer in next-generation treatments and cures.
Design Director, Matt Radel, is happy to see these designs that help nonprofits connect with their supporters get this recognition:
“We love helping nonprofit organizations grow their brands and enjoy the deep collaboration we share with our clients. We’re honored to work with such amazing causes, and I'm incredibly proud of the work our team does to help our clients fulfill their mission.”
Art Director, Amy Webb, sees the close collaboration with DonorDrive clients is key to creating the award-winning sites:
“The connection we have with our clients and their missions gives us the inspiration to design sites that truly feel like a reflection of the organization’s community. We’re passionate about helping change the world and I’m proud that our design work can be a part of that.”
Kay Todd of Sanford Health Foundation feels their winning design is a plus in better engaging their supporters:
“Our team is so happy with the clean and professional look of our DonorDrive site. The design makes it easy for supporters to get involved, and we know they will embrace the platform to increase fundraising efforts and further our mission.”
Learn more about how DonorDrive’s award-winning design is driving great fundraising.
DonorDrive is an enterprise-level fundraising platform that turns everyday people into powerful fundraisers. Drive more revenue for your cause with the only fundraising platform that integrates with Facebook Fundraisers and streaming platforms Twitch, YouTube and Mixer. Over 20 years, we've helped hundreds of nonprofits like Children's Miracle Network Hospitals, the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, Arthritis Foundation and World Vision to raise over $1 Billion.
Originally published on PR.com