Put Your Non-Profit Organization On the Internet
Are you part of a nonprofit organization, club or group that wants to have its own Internet website?
Naples Free-Net is offering a free two-part seminar to help nonprofits launch into cyberspace.
Join more than 110 nonprofit organizations already housing their web pages on the Naples Free-Net. The Free-Net does not charge fees to nonprofit organizations for housing websites. The Collier County Bar Association, the Naples/Collier chapter of the Service Corps of Retired Executives (SCORE), the Audubon Society of Southwest Florida and the League of Women Voters of Collier County are among the nonprofits that use the Free-Net to house their pages.
The web team at the Naples Free-Net has developed a new user-friendly way called "storyboarding" to get your organization’s information on the web. Technical and programming knowledge and special computer programs are not necessary to launch your website. At the end of the seminars, participants will have an active, three-page website on the Naples Free-Net with room for future expansion. You will also learn how to maintain the website once it is launched.
An introductory seminar is Friday, August 10 from 9 a.m. to noon. A second seminar, showing advanced features of storyboarding, will be held Friday, August 24, also from 9 a.m. to noon. Both seminars will be at International College, 2655 Northbrooke Drive, Naples, at the intersection of Immokalee Road and Interstate 75, Exit 17.
Naples Free-Net, one of the country’s largest community-based, volunteer-run organizations providing free access to the Internet and World Wide Web, is housed at International College. The College and the Free-Net are community partners.
The Free-Net has more than 9,000 active members from Collier and south Lee counties. Call 596-2772 or visit the website www.naples.net for more information on the Free-Net or the seminars.