4 more nonprofit clients we like working with

We’re proud to work with a variety of nonprofit organizations that are making a difference in the world. We’ve talked about a few of those nonprofits before, but wanted to highlight four more of them that we’re currently working with.

Community Bankers Association of Oklahoma

CBAO is Oklahoma’s only banking association with membership limited to Oklahoma community banks. They are dedicated exclusively to representing the interests of the community banking industry and its membership through effective advocacy, best-in-class education, conferences and conventions, and high-quality products and services.

We’ve worked with several associations over the years. In CBAO’s case, we’ve worked with them for over a decade, including multiple website designs and helping them with other digital marketing efforts from time to time as well.

The Way Foundation

The Way Foundation is a Christian organization dedicated to empowering future generations through good works and education. They do that by helping students, missionaries, conducting mission trips, vacation Bible schools, and helping local businesses. Their main area of focus is Nicaragua.

I’ve known the director, David Romero, since we attended college together at Oklahoma Christian University. We’ve helped him with multiple websites over the years and enjoy helping them and their team with the digital marketing for this nonprofit.

Harding School of Theology

Harding School of Theology challenges Christian leaders to a deeper faith in God and higher standards of ministry and scholarship. Combining academic rigor and interpersonal connections, HST operates in an urban context and online, allowing students to engage in ministry as they study.

We’ve worked with HST since 2008 through multiple versions of their website. Over the years, we’ve helped multiple points of contact with their SEO and social media as well. We even wrote a case study on our work together.

Send The Light

Send The Light is a faith-based organization dedicated to spreading the Gospel to those in the 10/40 Window, a region spanning North Africa, the Middle East, and Asia. They accomplish that by helping orphans and widows, supporting a Bible College, supporting preachers, providing water wells, supporting a Bible translation project, and more.

We’ve only worked with STL for a short time, but I personally admire their dedication, ambition, and friendliness.

Those are just some of the many nonprofits we’ve worked with over the years. We appreciate all the nonprofits we’ve ever worked with. If you work with a nonprofit, we’d love to learn more about the work you do! Feel free to reach out.

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