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TriMark Digital has selected Cornucopia Cancer Support Center to support for this year’s 2016 Project404 initiative. This year, as part of Project404, TriMark Digital will provide 250 hours of complimentary digital marketing strategy to the cancer support center, to be used for website design, development and video strategy to raise awareness and grow its impact in the community.
Cornucopia Cancer Support Center is a nonprofit based in Durham, N.C. and has been making a difference in the lives of cancer patients and their families for over 20 years. Offering individual and family counseling, health coaching, meal delivery and more, the center is dedicated to helping any patients facing cancer find the support they need to live their lives to the fullest.
Dozens of organizations were nominated for consideration, with Cornucopia Cancer Support Center, Durham Crisis Response Center and Wake Smiles as the three finalists based upon their impact in the community and their current digital needs. We then opened it up to a community vote and the cancer center emerged as the leader.
“We’re so excited to partner with Cornucopia Cancer Support Center and look forward to working with such a rewarding cause,” said Randy Goins, President of TriMark Digital. “Cancer affects almost all of us on a personal level, and we’re proud to invest our time into a charity on the front line of this disease.”
TriMark Digital is a full-service, integrated digital agency headquartered in downtown Raleigh, N.C. Providing digital marketing solutions and strategies uniquely designed to drive measurable results for each client, TriMark Digital strives to partner with like-minded companies seeking innovative, calculated strategies that stimulate, engage and convert prospective customers.
About Cornucopia Cancer Support Center
Cornucopia Cancer Support Center offers support and resources to those journeying with cancer, their families and caregivers through complementary therapies, movement classes, individual and group support, expressive arts, information and resources, all in a non clinical setting.