Jane Boyd, a Four Oaks affiliate, has been announced as one of five local non-profits selected to participate in the 2013 Geonetric Operation Overnight event. The other organizations selected include Child Family Community Partnership, Oak Hill Cemetery Association, the Cedar Rapids Science Center and the Wheelchair Ramp Accessibility Program.
Jane Boyd will receive a new interactive website along with Web strategy training free of charge. “Last year was the first year for Operation Overnight. We had a lot of interest from our employees, were able to help four non–profits and the response from the community was amazing,” says Eric Engelmann, president and CEO of Geonetric. “We knew we wanted to make this an annual event and are thrilled to continue to use our skills to help local non–profits. Even more Geonetric employees are donating their time and talents this year so we’re able to help five charities.”
Geonetric’s annual Operation Overnight charity event will begin October 17, 2013 at 8:00 a.m. and last 24–hours straight. During this exciting event, Geonetric developers, designers and marketing strategists will work together to deliver new websites, supporting materials, and Web strategy training for all five organizations selected for the event.
More details about Operation Overnight can be found at www.operationovernight.com.