donasity was proud to support Rock My Image's official launch party of their first book "Amplify Your Business: A Rockstar Professional's Guide to Marketing Success Vol. 1" at MOXIE in Jacksonville. The book offers actionable tips to ensure readers won't be one of the 80 percent of new businesses that fail during their first 18 months. This is important since 60 percent of the U.S. population works in small businesses and local jobs and the economy in general relies on their success. Written in a clear and concise manner for busy professionals, Rock My Image's book was published on April 27, 2016 and retails for $12.95. The book is currently available on Amazon.com. For more information go to: http://rockmyimage.com/get-amp.
On April 25th donasity was pleased to sponsor an Autism fundraiser to benefit Nassau Suffolk Autism Society of America. Over 150 people packed the bar area at BoneFish Grill on Long Island, NY and enjoyed their signature appetizers and cocktails. Congratulations to Cassie Bradshaw, a dedicated staff member at the AHRC Seaspray Children's Residential Program for winning our wine themed raffle basket. We here at donasity appreciate everything that you do, Cassie!
donasity was excited to attend the 23rd, Net Impact Conference in Seattle on November 5-7, 2015, where student and professional leaders came together to tackle the world's toughest social and environmental problems. The challenges we face are complex, and participants came together to create innovative solutions. Game on! More >
donasity was in attendance for the America's premiere of Spectre, the newest James Bond movie in the widely successful franchise. Meeting and greeting with many of the socially active and giving individuals within the Mexico City community provided us with a solid foundation to build out our business within this region in 2016.
donasity travelled to Mexico city on October 30-November 1st, 2015 to work with Jellyman Films for the creation of a promo video featuring Walter. The video is scheduled to be premiered on YouTube and other social media outlets in early 2016 to benefit a conservation organization. Please stay tuned. More >
donasity would like to welcome Brenau University to Jacksonville. Team donasity enjoyed spending time with Brenau University and touring the new state of the art campus. More >
The Points of Light Conference
Oliver Brown and Jim Healy attend the Service Unites Conference on Volunteering and Service, convened by the Points of Light Foundation, Houston, Texas Oct 19-21, 2015.
Brew at the Zoo
donasity is all about giving and giving back. We are excited to announce that we support our Local Longnecks and are joining as a sponsor of the Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens's Brew at the Zoo 2015.
donasity is committed to making donasity the Smartest and Most Secure Way to Give. At the #TechCoastConference, donasity joined with other technology companies to discuss the latest in cyber security. More >
donasity was introduced to the world at Planet Philanthropy with the Florida Caucus of the Association of Fundraising Professionals. More >
On April 14th donasity was pleased to be a sponsor of The 21st Annual Fashion Show for The Hagedorn Little Village School, Jack Joel Center for Special Children on Long Island, NY. The event was held at The Inn at New Hyde Park with a theme of "Pow! HLVS Comic Books Presents A Hero Among Us". HLVS is a publicly funded, not-for-profit school that is highly regarded for providing outstanding educational and therapeutic services for children with developmental disabilities. The school services 500+ students ranging in age from birth through elementary school with various disabilities including cognitive delays, social/emotional deficits, autism, speech/language delays, orthopedic/motor/visual impairments and significant medical issues.
donasity was pleased to be a sponsor at the Reach for The Stars fundraiser on March 12th benefiting the Brookville Children's Center for Services autism program. BCCS, a division of AHRC, services over 800 children on Long Island with developmental disabilities. The event had 400+ attendees and raised over $167,000!