As 2016 comes to a close, we can’t help but be thankful for another fantastic year. At the end of this year, we’re so unbelievably grateful to be a part of the goodness that nonprofits add to the world.

It’s been another year of growth for Wired Impact. This year, we’ve added traffic growth engagements to our repertoire, enabling us to continue helping our clients connect with more supporters after they launch their new website. We’ve also started rolling out Wired Websites, a template-based approach to building a nonprofit-specific website with less upfront time and money. We’re really excited to see how these develop in the coming year!

Aside from our new offerings, we’ve also grown our team. We added four new members, logging in from all over the country. It definitely keeps the small talk of weather, sports and weekend plans interesting.

We’ve been fortunate enough to work with a wide variety of nonprofits, all doing amazing things for their communities. Our clients span the country, East Coast to West. And they provide life-changing services for a variety of needs and people, from scoliosis patients to middle school students to people with disabilities. It’s truly humbling to get an inside look at some of the feats they’re able to accomplish, both person-to-person and on a community or even world-wide scale. They’re the best part of the job for us, and we feel so lucky to work with them each and every day.

Learn a bit more about some of these clients and get a feel for why we love them so much.

As we’re wrapping up 2016 and thinking back on all we’ve accomplished, we want to thank everyone who’s helped us get here and made this year such a great one. Thanks for the thoughtful discussions, for the actionable feedback and for humoring us as we try a new approach or theory. Thanks for your support, for believing in the power of nonprofit marketing and for trusting us to be your partner. Thanks for letting us in, for getting to know us and for the laughs. It’s been a great year.

From all of us here at Wired Impact, happy holidays! Here’s to a happy and healthy 2017!