RooSites is committed to helping non-profit and charitable organizations
We offer non-profit and charitable organizations over 25% off our normal development rates.
A few of the non-profits we support:
Samaritans :: Samaritans’ purpose is to alleviate despair, isolation, distress and suicidal feelings among individuals in our community, 24 hours a day; to educate the public about suicide prevention; and to reduce the stigma associated with suicide. We accomplish this through services that emphasize confidential, nonjudgmental, and compassionate listening
Hope and Comfort :: Hope and Comfort Inc. is a non-profit tax exempt 501c3 organization that seeks to help homeless and needy adults and children look, feel and stay healthy by providing them with basic and essential personal hygiene products such as soap, shampoo, and toothpaste.
Massachusetts Council on Compulsive Gambling :: Founded in 1983, the Massachusetts Council on Compulsive Gambling is a private, non-profit public health agency. They advocate for responsible gaming and gambling practices and services for those affected by gambling. They aim to reduce the impacts of gambling disorder and strive to make gambling healthy and safe for the people of Massachusetts.
Alexis Miranda Foundation :: The goal of The Alexis Miranda Foundation (501(c)3 nonprofit organization) is to educate and advocate for children with special needs and provide support for their families. We would like a world where people with unique abilities (disabilities) are respected and appreciated. We want to assist each child to reach their full potential by helping them build their competency and confidence.
World Against Toys Causing Harm, Inc. (W.A.T.C.H.) :: Since 1973, the annual “10 Worst Toys” list has identified toys with the potential to cause childhood injuries, and even death. W.A.T.C.H.’s annual “Toy Conference” has generated extensive national press and media coverage. Because of its efforts, and the positive response from both the media and the public, there have been many toy and product design changes. Founder Edward M. Swartz (1934-2010) and W.A.T.C.H. have fearlessly exposed potentially dangerous toys to the general public. As a result, children’s lives have been saved.
If you feel that your non-profit organization can benefit from our services, please don’t hesitate to contact us.