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Increasing site traffic and donation page visibility: A case study Boys & Girls Club of Topeka worked with us to overhaul their website, and together we created a dynamic, engaging, clean design that spotlights their focus areas through video and full-screen imagery. We gave new life to a then five-year-old website by rebuilding it on the powerful Drupal 8 platform, cleaning up the content, turning the spotlight on clear CTAs, and making the donation page more accessible.  When our...
Friday, May 15, 2020
United Way of Indiana County's experince with conditional forms As we learn how to communicate in this new normal, it's important to understand what your community needs and how you can help. United Way of Indiana County is working with the Indiana County Community Action program to provide assistance to those impacted by COVID-19 in Indiana County, PA. They needed a solution to help capture names of the adults who live in the home, information about their needs (rent, food, etc.), and proof of...
Monday, April 20, 2020
An essential service in need of streamlined digital communications "With Meals on Wheels in the public eye as an ongoing essential service, our website has been crucial in our response to the coronavirus crisis, as we serve some of the most vulnerable to the virus. Website traffic has substantially increased as both clients and families look for service updates and the local community searches for an opportunity to help and contribute. When we added the pop-up to our website during the...
Thursday, April 2, 2020
A flexible approach to new United Way branding guidelines   United Way of Prince Edward County partnered with OneEach for a refreshed website design and updated payment portal that focused on branding and accessibility. With United Way's updated branding guidelines, it was important to meet these new standards while still leaving room for design flexibility, allowing the the organization to spotlight their unique goals and connect with visitors using impactful imagery.    Now, their newly-...
Thursday, February 20, 2020
Whether you're interested in using texting for a one-time event or you would like to integrate texting into your ongoing digital strategy, our pay-as-you-go plans will ensure you never pay for more than what you need. Your texting credits never expire and will be available for use whenever needed.  Uses for texting: Text to Give/Pledge: Use a keyword to send donation/pledge card links Group text messages: Set up a board text group and keep them updated with outbound scheduled messages...
Friday, September 6, 2019
This weeks' blog post will go over some of the common, but easily fixable issues that OneEach technical support comes across on a daily basis. Pasting Formatted Text “I'm trying to edit this page and no matter what I do, the fonts don't look right and I can't resize anything. Help!” This is usually the result of text and / or images being pasted into the page's rich text editor. When, and if, you paste formatted text from other sources -- such as a web page, or Microsoft Word, or Apple Pages...
Friday, August 16, 2019
As the digital and online world has evolved over the last ten years, the internet and online fundraising have become an integral part of any nonprofits’ financial picture. And a key part of that online effort is social media. But how should a nonprofit approach social media successfully? How can it benefit your organization? Goals The first thing to determine is what you want to accomplish with social media. Primarily fundraising? Community outreach? Encouraging volunteerism? It can be...
Monday, July 22, 2019
Your OneEach site uses some of the most advanced web technology available – when describing it, one finds a veritable cornucopia of techno-alphabet soup: Javascript, CSS, JQuery, PHP, and of course, Drupal. Content Management and the Web Long ago when the rocks were cooling, when dinosaurs roamed the earth, when we connected to the web with dial-up modems, and AOL was all the rage, web pages were difficult to create and manage. Web pages are text files that have what's called a 'markup...
Wednesday, June 26, 2019

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