Last holiday season, we gave the gift of a website makeover to two nonprofits with uuuuugly websites.
New in 2020: Now you can nominate your favorite nonprofits AND a small business – PLUS get extra votes for posting ugly sweater photos!
It’s a simple process of nominate, and then boosting your “tickets in the hat” by posting an ugly sweater image, tagging @sparrowwebsites on FB, and they get 5 extra votes!
Because of the impact of COVID-19 on small businesses and entrepreneurs – this year we are ALLOWING you to nominate an entrepreneur who owns a small business and has been impacted by the pandemic and could be greatly helped by an improved website.
This year, we will be selecting a nonprofit AND a small business to redesign their ugly website in our makeover contest!
We will do a FB live drawing at 4pm on the EVE OF CHRISTMAS EVE! (That is 12/23 at 1600 EST)
We may toss in some extra last-minute prizes, so vote, tag, and post away!
Remember, your vote below counts as 1 ticket. If you post an ugly sweater photo on FB and tag us (@sparrowwebsites), you get 5 EXTRA votes!
For example, Mr. Elf votes for Water For Reindeer = 1 ticket. Mr. Elf posts photo in an ugly Christmas sweater and tags @sparrowwebsites = Water For Reindeer gets 5 extra tickets, bringing their total to 6. If Mr. Elf’s friends vote below and do the same, Water For Reindeer is rockin’ the votes!
The drawing pool keeps getting bigger each year – so we will probably use a random number generator to decide the winner… but let’s see. The good ol’ Santa hat “mix, shake, draw” may not work this year.
A FEW FAQ’S ON THE CONTEST:
Yes! (Ex: Rudolph can nominate Prancer Care and Water For Elves…)
No. Just one nomination per person per nonprofit or entrepreneur. (Ex: Rudolph can nominate Prancer Care and also Water For Elves… but he can’t nominate Water For Elves more than once. Take it easy, Rudolph.)
Yes! That’s why we suggest a fan-party where everyone gatherings, posts, and gets a huge boost for your nonprofit! (If “Sue” posts multiple photos, it only counts once (5x) for each nonprofit she nominated. So if Sue nominated multiple nonprofits, she can post one new photo for each nonprofit.)
The website project is valued at $6,500.