Nonprofit & Community Web Sites
Leelanau.com has developed over 100 nonprofit and community websites. From our flagship Leelanau.com and regional sites like eatdrinkTC and Absolute Michigan to nonprofits with a wide range of focus and needs.
We have extensive experience in all aspects of web development and marketing for organization including:
- Content management
- Developing for workflow
- Proposals and RFPs
- Grant support
Please contact us for a no-cost consultation regarding your web development needs.
The Traverse City Film Festival is one of the leading film festivals in the nation, and for 9 of 10 years we have donated our efforts to keep the website fresh and at the leading edge. The current site features a design by Gabe Augustine and showcases the incredible range of the experience the festival offers.
Michigan’s Sleeping Bear Birding Trail spans an exceptional migratory flyway and thousands of public acres along the Lake Michigan coastline. Their website has up-to-the-minute reports on bird sightings in the region through the global eBird BirdTrax system along with a comprehensive database of birds in the region, tips for birders and promotion of birding events.
The Elizabeth Lane Oliver Center for the Arts provides educational programs and a facility dedicated to the advancement of the arts and works to promote and develop the visual, performing, culinary, and literary arts in Benzie County and the surrounding area. Their website features various calendars and allows them to promote and book events and workshops through their website.
The Great Lakes Children’s Museum creates high-quality, hands-on, educational experiences for youth and families. Their website allows museum staff to promote the museum experience, highlight special programs, provide information about facility rentals & private parties and conduct fundraising.
The Sleeping Bear Heritage Trail allows hikers, bicyclists, walkers, cross-country skiers and other non-motorized traffic to go from from Glen Arbor to Empire safely and in full enjoyment of the beauty of the National Lakeshore. Their website presents maps of the current and future trail system, information about enjoying the trail, news and provides fundraising capabilities.