Tallahassee, Florida – (The Hosting News) – November 19, 2008 – Privately held technology corporation, Netphiles, has developed a community-oriented web development grant program, designed to help deserving organizations throughout the Tallahassee area.
Mahmood Haq, President and CEO of Netphiles, Inc. remarked, ”Tallahassee has been good to us for the last ten years and Netphiles owes much of its success to the businesses and organizations in our community. This is our way of giving back.”
With Netphiles Cares, twice each year Netphiles will choose an organization worthy of receiving the web development donation. Netphiles will then assess the primary needs and goals of the organization to create a web presence that will best promote their mission and message.
Each organization awarded with the grant will receive custom website design, development, and hosting worth up to $5,000.
To kick off the program, Netphiles donated a newly redesigned website and hosting to Guardian Ad Litem and Child Advocates II, Inc, charitable organizations in Tallahassee created to aide children through the legal process. The website includes online donation capabilities and a volunteer resource center to help the organizationÂ´s 300 volunteers.
Jonathan Negrini, Senior Business Consultant at Netphiles added, ”The Netphiles Cares Grant was created not only to give back to our community, but to foster economic growth and development throughout the Big Bend region.”
Based in Tallahassee, Florida, Netphiles is a full-service web development company that helps businesses reach their full web potential through strategic consulting, web design, e-commerce, database integration, content management, systems integration, web marketing, and web hosting. Founded in 1999, and celebrating its 10th anniversary, Netphiles offers both business and technical expertise to help medium to large-size businesses achieve greater profitability and sales through the Internet.
To learn more about the Netphiles Cares Web Development Grant, please visit: www.netphiles.com.