Veteran Homelessness is a major issue in the United States

Sadly, Homelessness is a major issue in the United States, with an estimated 700 people experiencing or at risk of homelessness dying from hypothermia annually. The winter season in the US can be especially dangerous for our homeless population, with thousands more dying from malnourishment. In fact, 44% of the US nation's homeless are still unsheltered every season. Mighty Hero Homes is bringing light to this situation.

Mighty Hero Homes is looking to make a difference with their upcoming initiative to permanently house up to 6,720 homeless veterans. This is an unprecedented effort that will give every American the opportunity to participate in a meaningful way. Your participation will be permanently recognized and celebrated as a part of the solution to homelessness.

If you want to get involved and make a difference, follow Mighty Hero Homes on social media or join their team of Patriots or Ambassadors at Remember, these homeless heroes deserve better, and together we can work towards a solution.

Web Chick is proud to support Mighty Hero Homes in their mission to permanently house homeless veterans. We believe that everyone deserves a safe and stable place to call home, and we are committed to doing our part to help make this a reality for our nation's heroes.

Web Chick is not only dedicated to the mission of help Mighty Hero Homes to resolve the homelessness for veterans, but she has also utilized her website design services for a cause by donating website design and hosting to client. We pray this extra effort will bring awareness about homelessness and to encourage others to get involved in finding solutions. We believe that by working together, we can make a real difference in the lives of those who are struggling to find shelter.

Web Chick encourages others to join us in supporting Mighty Hero Homes and their important work. By working together, we can help to ensure that no one in our country has to brave the harsh winter conditions without a warm and safe place to call home.



Story was written by Crissy Devine from Web Chick.
Website designed by, Central Ohio Web Designers


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Web Chick Showcases Support for Ohio State Buckeyes with Game Day Countdown

As a proud fan of the Ohio State Buckeyes, Web Chick wanted to show their support for the team leading up to their Peach Bowl matchup on December 31, 2022. In addition to being a fan, Web Chick is also a website designer of , so they decided to create a game day countdown and email blasts to promote the website and get fans excited for the game.

Starting a few days before kickoff, Web Chick released daily emails featuring countdown timers, and special promotions from . The emails were met with excitement by Ohio State fans, who were eager to get in on the action and show their support for the Buckeyes.

Web Chick joined the ranks of Buckeye fans, cheering on their team as they faced off against Georgia Bulldogs in the #peachbowl

Overall, it was a great experience for Web Chick to be able to show their support for Ohio State and promote at the same time.

Crissy Devine, Web Chick will continue cheering on the Ohio State Buckeyes and support OSUSPORTSFANS.COM online clothing and official licensed merchandise.

Story was written by Crissy Devine from Web Chick.
Website designed by, Central Ohio Web Designers


how we are

Crissy Devine founded in 1995 and with a team of talented and passionate web designers with experience in HTML and CSS designs, she quickly became the go-to resource for website and internet related businesses of all sizes. Her team of designers enables her to handle a large volume of clients,  currently serving over 350 online website businesses.

One of the things that sets Web Chick apart from our competitors is the commitment to providing excellent customer service. We offer 24/7 support, ensuring that our clients can always get the help they need, whenever they need it. Promising to complete all updates within 24 hours, we are able to keep our clients' websites running smoothly with current information pertaining to their businesses.

In addition to our excellent customer service, we are also have a transparent pricing model. We do not charge hourly or monthly fees, making it easy for our clients to budget and plan for their web-related expenses.

Web Chick is  a reliable and trustworthy partner for any business looking to establish or improve their online presence. With our top-notch service and affordable pricing, it's no wonder we have gained such a loyal following.


Web Chick is a one-stop-shop for all things web-related. From building and designing websites to providing ongoing support and maintenance, Web Chick does it all.


Giving Tuesday is a global giving movement that has been built by individuals, families, organizations, businesses and communities in countries around the world.

Millions of people have come together to support and champion the causes they believe in and the communities in which they live.

Today is a day where non-profits are encouraged to raise funds for their causes and reach out to look for new supporters.

Web Chick donates websites to worthy causes.

If you know of an organization or cause that would benefit from a website, please refer them to us.

Regional organizations can help with food banks or clothing drives for families who need it.

Veterans groups help those who have served our country and need a leg up when it comes to jobs, employment training, shelter or food.

Non-profits with a mission can often use some help with reaching out to others in order to raise funds for their cause.

Solutions for community problems can sometimes be simple like having enough volunteers or resources available to make change happen.

There are many ways you can help others on Giving Tuesday - giving money is only one way but there are other ways too.


Designed + Donated Non Profits by Web Chick:


Story was written by Crissy Devine from Web Chick.
Website designed by, Central Ohio Web Designers

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The lack of affordable housing is a problem from coast to coast. The problem is even more striking when we consider that 37,000 of those needing homes are military veterans who struggle despite their service to our country.

Mighty Hero Homes aims to right those wrongs with a national network of 450 veteran communities that have many on-site amenities and services, with connections to and support from off-site organizations. Each community is a “base,” with clusters of living quarters serving individuals, families, and ADA-compliant units for people with disabilities. Each base also has a commissary, activity centers, and the capacity to serve residents as they age.

Web Chick donated services to design the Mighty Hero Homes website, joining many other businesses to support the cause for homeless-veteran housing. 

Mighty Hero Homes, founded in 2018, is based in McDonough, Georgia, and is the first non-government organization dedicated exclusively to providing scalable, permanent housing for all homeless veterans. Founder Drew Walston has been an athlete, executive and developer, and has long been concerned about veterans and homelessness. He has assembled of team, many of them veterans, with expertise in development, chaplaincy, and other specialties.

The Mighty Hero Homes Foundation, a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization, will recruit and empower local businesses, churches, and other civic organizations to sponsor each base resident, and will provide van service to transport residents to off-base activities. Through these links with the broader community, residents can establish relationships and become a real part of the community through invitations to houses of worship, local events, meals, and other activities.

In addition to a commissary and activities, each base will include a “Flag Hill” and other greenspace, commercial vegetable gardens (for local “base-to-table” service to restaurants and residents), K-9 training and foster care services, geriatric and elderly foster care, transportation services, on-base employment opportunities, in home laundry facilities, and space for special gatherings and fellowship activities. All bases will be fenced and guarded, and will be assets to their communities aa well as models for cooperative living. 

The Mighty Heroes Homes website includes base plans and amenities . It also include online shopping for company-branded gear and a link to make donations to Mighty Hero Homes. 


Story was written by Crissy Devine from Web Chick.
Website designed by, Central Ohio Web Designers

 webite accessibility

The price is right, but there may be hidden costs that you don't want to pay.
That’s something your business should keep in mind every day – but it’s especially important when it comes to meeting ADA website compliance rules on your website. The Americans with Disabilities Act considers websites to be places of public accommodation; as such, they are required to be accessible to people such as those with hearing or vision impairments.
You can get a website for $5 and have it up in no time. But if you're selling products and your site is not ADA-compliant, you’re vulnerable to enforcement or lawsuits. The law holds the owners of websites responsible for compliance even if a third-party contractor made or updated the site.
It can be tempting to go with the cheapest option, especially if your business is just starting out. But when it comes to building your online presence, you’ll want to be sure the company you're hiring – domestic or foreign – has experience with ADA website-compliance rules. If it doesn't, any mistakes could cost you a lot more money than the initial cost of their services.
Likewise, if you're doing business overseas or across borders, you'll have to follow the compliance rules of those countries.
Fiverr, the online market for freelance services, operates globally and can be a great and inexpensive way to get your business up and running. But its site has had ADA-compliance issues that led to lawsuits in the past – which could be costly for companies that use its services.
So what does ADA website compliance mean? And how can you avoid compliance violations? It means:
  • Making sure your site is accessible to everyone who visits it, regardless of any disability or impairment they have.
  • Making sure all text is legible (even if someone's vision isn't perfect), and all images are captioned so people who are deaf or hard of hearing can understand them better.
  • Making sure all pages load quickly so people who use screen readers can get through them quickly enough without losing interest or having to wait too long for each page.
  • It also means making sure that all links work correctly, so that people who rely on screen readers can easily find what they're looking for without having to guess at navigation.

These guidelines are not intended to steer people or companies away from Fiverr or any other portal or business offering web services. It’s really about ensuring good, direct communication between you and your vendors. The most important thing is to make you aware of ADA-compliance regulations – and, in turn, to make sure your contractors are aware.
Another point to keep in mind is that you should make this effort not just to meet compliance standards, but because it’s the right thing to do. In the end, you want to meet the needs of all your customers.


Story was written by Crissy Devine from Web Chick.
Website designed by, Central Ohio Web Designers

Canoe on hocking river


Looking for an adventure?

Join us on the Hocking River!


If you're looking for a way to experience Hocking Hills without going all the way into the woods, then canoeing and kayaking are your best bets. The beautiful Hocking River cuts through the park and is perfect for a leisurely trip down to Old Man's Cave.

We offer kayak trips and can help you find the perfect paddle for your adventure. We also offer personal shuttle service if you want to bring your own boat or want to avoid navigating through traffic on State Route 664.

Explore the Hocking River on our canoe, kayak and raft trips. Our experienced team will keep you safe as you explore scenic gorges and boulder-strewn riverbanks. Our cabins are in stunning locations, perfect for a family weekend getaway.
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The Hocking River is one of Ohio's finest outdoor destinations. A must-go for all nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts, the Hocking River offers an unforgettable experience.

We are the best company for canoe, kayak and rafting expeditions.

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If you're looking for a fun and exciting way to connect with your family, we offer fun and unique adventures on the Hocking River at Hocking Hills Canoe Livery located in Logan, Ohio.

Come experience nature's beauty in Hocking Hills, Ohio.

#HockingRiver #HockingHills CanoeLivery 

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Story was written by Crissy Devine from Web Chick.
Website designed by, Central Ohio Web Designers

 accessibility drawing 

According to the U.S. Department of Justice, Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act includes websites as places of public accommodation. That means websites of businesses and government agencies are required to be accessible to people such as those with hearing or vision impairments.

This principle has been upheld through regulatory action and lawsuits. Such cases have determined that the business or agency – not a third-party contractor that designed a non-compliant website – may be held liable for a site’s lack of access.
Ensuring that third-party designers are familiar – and compliant – with ADA standards does more than put developers and site owners on legal grounds. It also is the right thing to do. It serves customers and other users, is more inclusive, and can be good for business.
As website designers at we send screenshots of errors we cannot resolve to third-party vendors. Those vendors, in turn, usually thank Web Chick for pointing out simple issues, such as: titles missing on iframes, labels or a simple ALT tag missing. We help them understand the requirements – which also makes them better-prepared to serve their clients.
But it is especially important to make sure those clients understand their responsibility for what is – or isn’t – on their websites. Businesses and agencies need to make sure their third-party designers are ready and able to produce ADA-compliant sites – and to write contracts that specify the need for compliance, with penalties and/or bonuses that ensure compliance.

Sheri Byrne-Haber, a national accessibility-policy expert, has blogged on this topic. She wrote that there are several things a company or agency can do to mitigate the harm of third-party inaccessible content. There is a more-detailed list on her blog, but here are the main points:
  1. Include the level of accessibility required in your contracts
  2. Require remediation plus some other penalty for lack of compliance (or bonus for compliance, depending on whether you prefer carrots or sticks). Your vendor will not have any skin in the game unless there is some type of penalty for lack of compliance.
  3.  Specify a deadline for remediation for each type of inaccessible issue
  4.  Make sure the contract addresses vendor remediation costs
Byrne-Haber concludes:
“If you like living dangerously, go ahead and ignore the accessibility of your third-party content. You may get sued, but it will be the vendor’s fault, right? Even though that might be the case, that certainly does not make it OK. Do not underestimate the disruption such a suit will cause, or the cost in time, energy, and legal bills fighting it. Also, do not over-estimate your ability to get the money back from the vendor under a warranty or counterclaim. Including accessibility as part of your procurement process is critically important when evaluating vendors (how committed are they to it, how have they demonstrated the ability to be accessible in the past).
“It's best to find vendors that will contribute content or code to a corporate website that comes under WCAG 2.0 or 2.1 Level AA.” (That refers to Web Content Accessibility Guidelines of the World Wide Web Consortium.)

Story was written by Crissy Devine from Web Chick.
Website designed by, Central Ohio Web Designers


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A historic local charity is raffling off a modern car. Lancaster-Fairfield County Charity Newsies annual auction and banquet every December is a major fundraiser, but this year’s event, on December 8, will have a greater air of suspense: The raffle winner has a choice of a 2023 Kia Soul from Coughlin of Lancaster or $15,000.00 in cash.

PURCHASE TICKETS: $20 each / 3 for $50 / 7 for $100

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The holder of the winning raffle ticket must be 18 years old by the December 8 drawing, and Ohio law makes raffle winners responsible for taxes and fees on the prize.

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Charity Newsies, a nearly century-old civic institution, is starting its busy season of preparation for the giving season. It held its annual school clothing drive on July 30. And during the week of August 8, the Newsies will have their annual packing and delivery of school supplies for children in families in need of assistance.

These lead up to their 86th annual December “paper drive” and Christmastime giving. The Newsies already held a Ladies Golf Outing kickoff fundraiser on June 26. The Mens Golf Outing is September 4, also at Valley View Golf Club.

In addition to the Auction & Banquet fundraiser (and raffle drawing) on December 8, the signature “Paper Drive” Newsies fundraiser is on December 10. Those are followed by Food Box packing (December 23) and delivery (December 24).



Echoing streetcorner newsboys who hawked newspapers in days of yore, the newsies’ most visible fundraiser is “selling” special Eagle-Gazette issues the second Saturday of every December and collecting money for Christmas Eve delivery of holiday food boxes.

The holiday deliveries aid 500 or more families in the county with food, while other events provide over 800 children with schools supplies and clothing in times of need. The money and donations come not just from those who buy papers from the Newsies, but also from local businesses that donate food, clothing and dollars – and cars – to the Newsies’ cause.



Story was written by Crissy Devine from Web Chick.
Website designed by, Central Ohio Web Designers


baseball diamond and facility

Your support will allow groundbreaking this fall or next spring for the longtime dream of a multi-faceted, totally accessible sports complex for people with developmental disabilities in Fairfield and nearby counties.

The focal point will be a 260,000 square foot playing field with a rubberized surface on 10 acres adjacent to Forest Rose School. The complex will initially accommodate baseball, softball and soccer, and eventually tennis, basketball, bocce ball, kickball, beach volleyball, and other activities. The complex also will serve Special Olympics events and outdoor adaptive physical education classes at the Fairfield DD’s Forest Rose School.

In addition, there will be a concession stand, public restrooms, parking, covered benches with wheelchair seating, restrooms, concession stands, bleacher seats, outdoor lighting, and a large shelter house.

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The non-profit All-Accessible Sports Complex and Park Inc. Fund is the driving force behind this public-private partnership, which also includes Fairfield County commissioners, Fairfield County Board of Developmental Disabilities, and the Fairfield County Foundation.

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They seek donations, grants, in-kind labor, and help in acquiring sports and other equipment. The publicity and fundraising campaign will build and maintain the facility itself and provide quality youth and adult programming and scheduling for those with disabilities.

You can help provide a lifetime of memories for disabled children and adults in the region by donating to:

All-Access Ballpark Fund
c/o Fairfield County Foundation
162 East Main Street, Lancaster, Ohio 43130
or Online Donations

Story was written by Crissy Devine from Web Chick.
Website designed by, Central Ohio Web Designers


wedding kiss outside the house

Little Brook Meadows is an elegant venue for weddings, reunions, corporate events and other gatherings. The former horse farm encompasses 50 acres of rolling hills, meadows and woods. This stunning central Ohio hidden gem is located just south of Lancaster. Originally it was part of the estate of the John Giesy family dating back to the late 1840's; the present structures were built in the late 1930's. The Southern Colonial style main house, while dramatic in its own right gives no indication of the spectacular interior which includes 6 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms. The over 8,000 square foot house can accommodate up to 20 overnight guests.


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The stately barn is strategically situated on a hill adjacent to the house. The venue offers space for a wedding celebration for both the ceremony and reception, or for a multi-purpose event. The barn with its 20 original stalls has been discreetly renovated with a prep-area for a licensed caterer provided by the host, ADA restrooms, a bridal suite, photo stall, kids stall and a bar where a certified bartender can serve host supplied alcohol. An event coordinator is provided as well as parking attendants. With the diversity of beautiful locations on the estate there are multiple sites for a stunning backdrop for a wedding ceremony, cocktail hour and boundless photographic opportunities. 

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The property was purchased in 2008 by Chris and Therese Ryckman who are no strangers to the Lancaster area, or the hospitality industry. For years, Therese owned and operated the popular Four Reasons Deli & Bakery in downtown Lancaster. In 2011 one of their daughters wanted to get married in the barn. Therese replied, “No way! Who gets married in a barn?” Daughters are often very persuasive, and her idea won out. The wedding was a huge success and it was obvious that the space had possibilities, and a new business was born! Both the house and the barn are available for your next event in one of the most unique locations in central Ohio and the Midwest.


Little Brook Meadows
Lancaster, Ohio



Story was written by Crissy Devine from Web Chick.
Website designed by, Central Ohio Web Designers


It is our pleasure to announce that we are now working with Lifestyle Systems ( as one of our clients. The company offers custom shelf dividers, draw dividers, and file kit solutions that are suitable for use in the home, office, and in other applications. 

Their magnetic shelf dividers are easy to move and can be used on plastic, wood, glass or any other kind of shelf. The pharmacy shelf dividers are a major seller to pharmacies. The self-tape shelf dividers can be a semi-permanent fixture on any shelf surface.


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The pharmaceutical industry uses dividers to separate the compartments for pill bottles and can be adjusted to accommodate different bottle sizes. Products from can be easily moved to achieve a desired width and to customize and organize your storage and sorting needs.

The File Kits also are perfect for organizing your home office and office drawers, accommodating the pharmacy in the home or office, or organizing your workspace. 

Whenever and wherever you need a shelf with dividers, these guys are the way to go. In addition to file-kit holders, they offer storage for your desk drawers, or for shoes, totes, and even pictures. The full-size carts are also available for multiple drawers to accommodate the needs of your office.

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There is now a small drawer kit available for converting a small storage box into smaller sections that can be placed in a drawer for easy filing on a desk. The 90-inch Mega-File Kit is perfect for larger spaces, including a full sized file system to accommodate full drawers. These file kits also come with separate sections to store pencils, pens, paper clips, stamps, envelopes, and notepads, which creates a tidy system for those things that you might use around the office.

Drawer divider kits made of polystyrene and clear acrylic are two of the most popular dividers on the market, and are light-weight and can be fully customized. Whether you want to reorganize a cluttered drawer or to display your finest, this DIY customizable divider will inspire you.

The perfect compartment dividers for any vanity drawer to declutter your cosmetics and divide it into compartments for your make up brushes and other beauty equipment.


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Another use for drawer dividers can be found in hospital clinics and other medical facilities to save time and eliminate errors by organizing and separating drawers, in examining rooms, labs, and Pharmaceutical supply rooms.

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There are a number of drawer dividers available in black and white or clear acrylic, with a variety of sizes to fit your needs.

There is no wasted space! The many ways to customize these separators can create compartments of any size – even fitting mobile storage carts, chest tools, or plastic totes. 

The acrylic drawer divider is perfect for showcasing your collection. The see-through and acrylics dividers are ideal for fine jewelry or silver displays. A few years ago, Martha Stewart highlighted the dividers on her show.

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Any of the dividers mentioned above can be purchased at The Container Store or online at

The Lifestyle Systems company, with offices and a warehouse in California, is a US based manufacturer. A family-run company with three decades of experience providing high-quality drawer and shelf dividers, and serving many repeat customers who are looking for quality and organizing products. 

The products are durable, convenient, and functional. They meet the Lifestyle Systems philosophy that pharmaceutical organizations can be more efficient by meeting the needs of busy people. They to bring the best products at the best prices to the market. Feel free to ask for any assistance you may need on any divider or organization solution. Their customer support team will help you measure and order the correct dividers, shelf dividers, or file kits for your office, home, or business. 

Our client needed not only to launch the secure online store with express online payment options, but also start a YouTube channel. We (WebChick) created an animated video for them and helped them get set up.


Story was written by Crissy Devine from Web Chick.
Website designed by, Central Ohio Web Designers

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Fairfield County has released an update of the Fairfield Growing local-food and agricultural economic development plan. Guided by a dozen farm and community leaders, the plan calls for investment in local processing and supply-chain infrastructure – which will create jobs, provide markets for locally produced farm products, and promote environmentally friendly agricultural practices. The 35-page report was produced for the county by Brian Williams of Local Nexus, with page-design donated by Crissy Devine of Web Chick.

A public release of the plan is scheduled on May 7 at the season-opening Lancaster Farmers Market, with a copy of the report and a swag bag given to the first 200 visitors. County Commissioner Jeff Fix, Lancaster Mayor David Scheffler, and others are among expected speakers at the event. With participation from many farmers, local government officials, and civic organizations such at the Chamber of Commerce and Visit Fairfield County, the plan seeks to make agriculture a prominent and visible part of the regional economy.


I am very excited to announce that we ( are changing our commerce platforms for our clients.

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We recommend visiting if you are looking to buy fishing lures. Web Chick has implemented a major overhaul of the online fishing-lure store which consists of 4,000 SKU's. It is now possible for Venom Lures to offer his clients express payment options such as PayPal, ApplePay, and Google Pay, (on your mobile device) but it can also accept orders with major credit cards. With these additional features, the website has become more user-friendly and provides a better e-commerce experience to clients.


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Today, online commerce platforms are faster and provide better quality service.

My experience with two other commerce platforms I previously used did not meet my expectations when it came to the design and checkout process. The platform we discovered provides our client with better service in order confirmations, and with tracking of order information. The overall platform experience allows us to provide better service to our clients and their users. With several years of experience, Venom Lures has been dedicated to serving the clients of professional anglers, professional staff anglers, and performance anglers. Venom Lures is one of the leading fishing-lure manufacturers in the world today, with over 100 dealers selling its fishing lures at retail stores in the US and Canada. Venom Lures' soft plastics, tackle terminal tackle, swag clothing displaying the Venom Lures logo has become a popular item among fishermen over the years.

We have added a new feature for choosing the color of the fish lures. Color swatches can be used to change the color of the main photo image that appears on the screen once the color of the swatch has been selected.


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It would be great to hear from you if you had a chance to check out and let us know what you think about this newly revamped platform for online fishing lures ordering online.


Written by
Crissy Devine, Web Chick
At Web Chick® we specialize in providing website designs to help our local businesses and individuals discover and expand into the area of interactive online presence or to improve their existing websites.
Visit our web design portfolio section of our latest design work.


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We are happy to announce that "World's Largest Diaper Drive", a client of ours, launched their campaign the first week in May. They have set a target of donating 2 million diapers in one week.

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Seven large diaper banks in Ohio, and five in Minnesota, are participating in the Week of Giving campaign May 2 through May 7, along with various other Central Ohio business locations that offer diaper-drop-off services. Businesses and agencies around Ohio are participating in this campaign, including some in Chillicothe, Columbus, Delaware, Dublin, Frankfort, Gahanna, Grove City, Groveport, Hilliard, Johnstown, Lancaster, Lithopolis, Logan, Mount Vernon, New Albany, Newark, Otway, Pickerington, Reynoldsburg, Upper Arlington, Wellston, Westerville, Whitehall, and Worthington. As part of the World's Largest Diaper Bank campaign, the World's Largest Diaper Bank team worked hard to find locations that were convenient for everyone to drop off diapers. Please visit to find out how you can donate online and where you can drop off diapers.

Diaper Banks have donated a range of giving resources for this initiative.

You can donate online here:

You can drop off diapers at the following locations:

You can donate diapers to the event by purchasing them from Amazon:

Please consider becoming a sponsor



On May 13, another client will be holding a donation drive called "No-Show Gala."

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It is worth mentioning that Fairfield County 2-1-1 is now collecting donations for the campaign.

Also, you can visit the "Giving Tree" where you can view local businesses and individuals who have donated to the organization.

You can contribute to this cause simply by going online and making a donation to the absentee No-Show Gala at As their campaign slogan says, "No Show Gala" means you don't need to leave your house or change any of your lives for Fairfield County families in need. You can simply make a donation for this cause by going online.

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The Giving Tree, which is animated with donation cards displayed on the leaves when you mouse over the donation card appears, was designed and donated by me (WebChick) for a fundraising event. Due to the small size of the tree, the mobile version of the giving tree provides the user with a visual slideshow since the tree would be too small to reveal the cards.



Written by
Crissy Devine
At Web Chick® we specialize in providing website designs to help our local businesses and individuals discover and expand into the area of interactive online presence or to improve their existing websites.
Visit our web design portfolio section of our latest design work.