Creating a website as an important tool to help the homeless and those in need
Meet my client: The Society of St Vincent de Paul (SVdP) is a world-wide, independent, Catholic charitable organization. St. Vincent de Paul Seattle/King County is made up of more than 50 conferences—“all-volunteer neighborhood support groups” who make personal in-home visits and personal contacts to help people with survival and self-sufficiency support.
What was needed: Initially, SVdP needed help with their existing Genesis Framework WordPress website. Later, theme updates were needed.
Our solution: We first transitioned parts of the website with the Beaver Builder plugin and most recently moved the design into the Beaver Builder theme.
Proven results: The site is fully managed by the marketing team and SVdP Seattle. While they update their blog, WebCami Site Design manages all their back end updates and add-on reporting with care plan services.
Remember this! A strong web presence is a must for any non-profit. Driving interest and donations is the lifeblood of help others.
Our organization, St. Vincent de Paul has had the good fortune of working with Cami MacNamara for five years. She is very competent technically, provides attentive and timely customer service and a is a delightful and compassionate human being with whom to work. Among her many skills, she always figures out how to make time to help us when we have emergencies. I have been in marketing communications work for many years and she is among the top two or three consultants with whom I have ever worked. I endorse and support her without hesitation and totally unconditionally.