AFP Launches National Philanthropy Day® Mobile Website
November 1, 2010
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of National Philanthropy Day® (NPD), AFP is proud to officially launch its new mobile website for this special time of year. The mobile site – http://www.afpnpd.mobi/ – can be accessed via Blackberry, iPhone or any other smartphone device. Simply type the web address into your phone’s web browser, or click on the link should you be viewing it via your mobile device. (The NPD mobile site is also viewable in a standard web browser on your computer.)
The NPD Mobile Website, developed with the mobile solutions company Kaptivate, was specifically designed for members on the go who need to access the latest information on their mobile devices. The site offers the following easily-accessed special features, all in one place:
• A News page featuring the latest articles and stories from AFP’s NPD-specific blog
• A comprehensive Calendar listing all NPD chapter events throughout the world, indexed by location
• A Chapter Materials page highlighting links to key NPD documents
• AFP’s Twitter feed, right on the front page
• And more!
Please visit and bookmark this great new resource - http://www.afpnpd.mobi/ - on your mobile device, and keep NPD at your fingertips, wherever you go!
Kaptivate works with social causes and public institutions to identify empowering and affordable mobile technologies that support their mission, engage their constituents, and drive the fundraising to fuel their growth. Using innovative technology, creative collaboration and measurable targets, the company helps clients reach out to the over 100 million mobile subscribers that access the mobile web. Kaptivate’s mobile programs always have a dual purpose: fulfill mission objectives and improve the constituent experience. To learn more about Kaptivate, please visit http://www.kaptivategroup.com.
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