The Kuki-Award is an acknowledgement to one client of the company Kuki+ko for the most updated and active website. They help companies with their websites but aims that each client takes over and updates their own website with new content and also creating traffic to the website through email or social media. At the beginning of each year Kuki+ko chooses 3 nominees that are most updated and that will be invited to their new year’s reception to see which client of the year before receives the Kuki-Award. Last year was Carin Cares and this year is Fundashon Alton Paas.
So after receiving the email of Kuki+ko that we were nominated together with Stichting AJJC and the company Kos Ta Bon it was really exciting. We saw the whole interview of Moru Bondia with Ace Suares and Rianne Hellings on Vimeo. Both other organizations are also doing allot. Stichting AJJC has a monthly newsletter with all their activities and Kos Ta Bon post’s a testimonial of every happy customer. So it was really awesome to be amongst organizations that are doing good things.
Since 2016 we made the change to Kuki+Ko to keep developing our website. Everything went good and even because we could create and published our own content on our website.
We know and understand what a website can do for a nonprofit and how we can connect to donors, supporters and even people related to our cause so we setup a goal as an organization to have a more active and updated website.
- Well now we are consistently uploading new content on our website:
One of the things we are excited about is the option of online donation with the help of CX Pay which makes it possible that everyone around the world can make a donation from our website. That option only has a big potential of what we can achieve financially and now we must do the work to really reach that potential.
So for us the Kuki-Award is a confirmation that we are on the right track. That we must stay consistent and we will become indeed a platform to raise awareness and that helps develop a better quality of life for people with spinal cord injury.
This year the Kuki-Award was a beautiful watch with our logo in it. Also a mobile with a picture of our website in a form of a mobile because Kuki+ko also works to make everything on each website mobile compatible.
We are very excited with this award and development of our website. Send us an email and let us know what you have liked best or what you feel is missing that we can work on.