The Tregaron Conservancy owns, operates, restores and maintains a historic landscape — Tregaron Estate’s undeveloped 13 acres. The nonprofit organization needed a new website that could be updated and maintained in-house, keep their supporters informed about on-going restoration projects, community service days and other events, and educate newcomers to the history of Tregaron and the work of the Conservancy. Since the group relies on charitable donations, it required a website that accepted online contributions.
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The Tregaron Conservancy’s prior website was very out-of-date and I did not have the ability to access the site and make changes. To solve this frustrating situation, I interviewed many website developers and knew I’d hit the jackpot with Danna. She instantly understood our problems and where we wanted to go. Danna had to teach me a great deal and did so with patience, grace and humor. She is very responsive, working quickly and efficiently.
Our new website is attractive, informative and easy to maneuver. As I continue to add content, photos or blogs, Danna is always there to answer a question. Meanwhile, the response to the Tregaron Conservancy’s new site has been extremely positive. Our supporters and their much-needed donations have increased. Thank you Danna!”