ChatWorthy NFP Assistance 2016 Recipient

ChatWorthy Digital Marketing announces the recipient of its first 2016 Not-for-Profit Assistance program is The Food Bank of Waterloo Region.

The Food Bank of Waterloo Region is a charitable organization whose mission is “Through community partnerships, we obtain and distribute emergency food from our neighbours for our neighbours.” In addition to food acquisition, The Food Bank of Waterloo Region provides collaborative leadership support to the Community Food Assistance Network.  Working together with the Cambridge Self Help Food bank and the 100 plus agencies and programs they serve more than 34,000 people each year (5% of Region’s population).

“They are such an amazing and inspiring organization that we have the privilege to work with,” said Marty Lachance, Chief Creative Office at ChatWorthy. “We will be helping develop a digital media project to enhance awareness in our community. We honestly don’t know what it will look like, but we do know we are going to produce something creative and something great.”

The NFP Assistance program is run twice annually and helps selected non-profit organizations with a donation of marketing and technical services. ChatWorthy’s last recipient in 2015 was Saint Luke’s Place, a senior’s facility in Cambridge, Ontario. The result of that donation was a new Accessible and Responsive website.

ChatWorthy Digital Marketing provides business and technical solutions to organizations in the Kitchener-Waterloo region. The company was founded in 2011.

Saint Luke’s Place Receives Marketing Donation

Our chosen recipient of our Not-For-Profit assistance program launched their new website in October.

“Saint Luke’s Place opted to put their marketing donation towards a new website that better serves the community, residents and their families. We were happy we could help and thrilled to get such a positive reception to our efforts,” said Marty Lachance of ChatWorthy.

Twice a year ChatWorthy Digital Marketing offers donated marketing services to local Not-For-Profit organizations. Selected organizations are able to use the donated hours towards any channel of marketing.

Brian Swainson, Chief Executive Office of Saint Luke’s Place said, “ChatWorthy, took the time to get to know us; they toured our facilities and spoke with our residents, tenants, staff, families and volunteers. As a result of their investment of time and commitment to the excellent care and services we provide to those we serve, they have developed a leading-edge website that truly represents the Saint Luke’s Place community. Special thanks to Marty Lachance and his team at ChatWorthy.”

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