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Capitol Tech Solutions To Give $40,000 Of Digital Services To Local Non-Profits

by | April 5, 2023

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Sacramento-based digital agency invites non-profits to apply for multiple grants up to $10,000 by April 28

 Nonprofits must apply online by 5 p.m. April 28, 2023, to be eligible for the Sacramento Non-Profit Digital Grant Program.

Sacramento-based digital agency Capitol Tech Solutions is giving up to $40,000 of digital services to local non-profit organizations.

Leaders of the digital transformation agency, headquartered in Midtown, encourage non-profits in the Sacramento area to apply for the Sacramento Non-Profit Digital Grant Program for up to $10,000 of user experience, web design, and online advertising expert time. The firm will award grants in May to coincide with the Big Day of Giving on May 4, 2023. The application deadline is 5 p.m. Friday, April 28, 2023.

“We have a proven track record of helping non-profits in Sacramento achieve a greater degree of recognition, including our long-time client KVIE, the Rotary Club of Sacramento, and the Metro Chamber Foundation” said Bobby Reed, CEO of Capitol Tech Solutions (CTS). “One of this company’s core values is Community, and we believe this grant program is a natural extension of that.”

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Reed said a common misconception he has seen representing non-profit clients in the past is how powerful a user-friendly website and competent digital ad campaign can be to bolster an organization’s name recognition and outreach efforts.

The grant recipients will join non-profit clients ranging from The Atrium and Wellspace Health to UCP, Allegiant Giving, and KVIE.

Over the past year, Capitol Tech Solutions has donated around $125,000 worth of digital services to the non-profits. That’s more than 750 hours of dedicated staff time spent helping local non-profits, according to company records.

The CTS team will tailor digital services through the Sacramento Non-Profit Digital Grant Program to the specific needs of each organization, including web design and development, graphic design for social media and other marketing materials, and online advertising to reach target audiences. The grants will also include training and support to ensure the non-profit organizations can maintain and update their websites and other digital assets at the program’s conclusion.

Applicants must be based in the Sacramento area and have a valid non-profit status to be eligible for a grant. Applications will be evaluated based on the organization’s mission, target audience, and potential impact of digital services. Evaluators at CTS will prioritize non-profits in the sustainability and health & wellness space, youth programs aiding underserved communities, and organizations with limited access to resources for creating and maintaining an online presence.

Reed founded Capitol Tech Solutions in 2004 after graduating from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The company’s mission is to understand each of its clients’ unique business goals to create tailored solutions that not only meet but exceed their goals.

CTS bolsters a team of credentialed, experienced professionals in user experience, web design, online advertising, graphic design, and software development. The average employee has been with the company for more than 3 years.

“Our grant program is a valuable opportunity for non-profits in the area to improve their online presence for free with the help of an expert staff,” Reed said. 

He said the established criteria will help evaluators find the most in-need non-profits out of the many deserving applicants to maximize CTS’ impact in the community.

For more information or to apply to the Sacramento Non-Profit Digital Grant Program.

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