beMarketing was excited to sponsor the Scream Softball team at their annual fundraising event!
At beMarketing we feel the community is as important to us as our clients are and that’s why we created our beCaring Project! Brandon and the team wanted to ensure we gave back to the community and supported both local and regional initiatives throughout each year. Whether we are creating a website pro-bono for a worthy cause, volunteering by lending a hand at events, or simple supporting the cause with a donation, we are proud to partake and support the many causes we have throughout the year with our beCaring initiative.
Spotlights of Organizations We Support
beMarketing has been supporting the HEADstrong Foundation in many ways. We help by donating, sponsoring their annual golf outing to raise funds and participating in charity runs each year. The HEADstrong Foundation is an amazing organization located in the Philadelphia area that offers financial, residential and emotional support to families affected by cancer. To date, HEADstrong has helped over 16,000 families and has raised over $14 million to improve the quality of life for those battling cancer.Visit Site
Fresh Smiles Foundation
One of the ways that beMarketing gives back to the community is by using our marketing talents to develop websites for organizations that make a positive impact in the lives of others—and that’s exactly what we did for Fresh Smiles. The Fresh Smiles Foundation is a non-profit organization that grants and supports children who have a passion or special talent, and whose lives have been adversely impacted by financial roadblocks beyond their control. To help support their mission, beMarketing developed their website and continues to support their events each year.Visit Site
Alex's Lemonade Stand
Every year, an estimated 250,000+ new cases of cancer affect children under the age of 20 worldwide. As part of our beCaring project, we give charitable contributions each year to help Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation (ALSF). ALSF is changing the lives of children with cancer around the country by raising awareness, supporting families, funding research and empowering others to help find a cure for childhood cancer.Visit Site
Wounded Warrior Project
Our beCaring project gives us the opportunity to give back to local and national organizations. We are honored to give back to the Wounded Warrior Project by supporting one of their local annual events. beMarketing contributed to the effort that helps make a difference in the lives of more than 52,000 servicemen and women physically injured in recent military conflicts, the 500,000 living with invisible wounds, from depression to post-traumatic stress disorder and the 320,000 experiencing debilitating brain trauma. The Wounded Warrior Project helps servicemen and women who have been injured in the field by giving warriors a voice and empowering them to begin the journey to recovery.Visit Site
Website for a Cause with beCaring
One of our proudest efforts is having the ability to give back to the community with a pro-bono website build each quarter. Through this program, we select a local organization that is in need of a website redesign, or we build a new website for them from scratch. We determine this based on the current best practices in the market and how they are showcasing their cause. Is their site mobile responsive? Does their site utilize a full screen modern look? Is the content on the site outdated and in need of updating? These are just some of the factors we take into consideration as we award site builds to community partners.
How Can You beCaring?
Share a non-profit that you are involved with, or one that you know could use a helping hand by submitting an email below! We are always open to exploring new ways to give back to the community.
beCaring In Action
beMarketing is excited to partner with PWHS because gives us a chance to mentor and educate the next generation of marketers!
All proceeds from the event benefit the visitors’ services at Valley Forge National Historical Park. In 13 years, the event has raised nearly $401,500, including a record breaking $55,500 in 2018.