Seeds 4 Success Receives Early Holiday Gift From Sidus Design

| December 8, 2012
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Until now, Seeds 4 Success (S4S), a four year-old grassroots organization headquartered in the Eastport Community Center, had limited website capabilities and preferred to spend its money helping children and families living in Annapolis public and subsidized housing communities.  Upon hearing of the need for an improved website, Sidus Design stepped in, free of any charge and completely overhauled S4S’ website.  Sidus Design’s CEO Jason Silva explained:  “We were thrilled to support Seeds 4 Success.  Doing so fits with Sidus’ mission to help local organizations that provide educational opportunities to disadvantaged youths.  Our goal was to develop a site that is easily navigable by the busy S4S staff and board.  It needed to be simple to manage.  We think the end result is a well-crafted design that is aesthetically effective and true to S4S’ core mission.” Seeds 4 Success Executive Director Jessica Snell-Johns agreed: “Having such a professional, functional and easy-to-use website is a huge leap forward in our organizational capacity. This eye-catching site developed by Sidus exceeded our expectations in every way.  It allows us to effectively communicate our story of what we do and how far we have come– from a loosely defined program serving 10 girls to an award-winning nonprofit with three programs serving 50 girls and boys and their families. Of course, we’re hopeful that we’ll attract more donors and volunteers who are looking to be part of a dynamic nonprofit that equips kids with knowledge, services, experiences and relationships that will help them grow into successful, healthy and contributing adults.  Log on to www.S4Sannapolis.org and see for yourself!”

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