2016 Noble Deeds Recipient Selected | Safe Haven Wildlife Sanctuary

Safe Haven Noble Deeds

Noble Studios’ community outreach program, Noble Deeds, which annually donates hundreds of hours of pro bono digital services to one northern Nevada nonprofit in need, has selected Safe Haven Wildlife Sanctuary as its 2016 recipient.

Safe Haven, located 35 miles west of Winnemucca in Imlay, Nev., is a rehabilitation and permanent placement center for rescued wildlife. Many of its 37 residents are former exotic “pets” and/or rescues coordinated by agencies and sanctuaries nationwide.

“For nearly a decade, Safe Haven has volunteered its time and resources in helping displaced wildlife across the nation from their sanctuary in northern Nevada,” said Noble COO Season Lopiccolo. “We look forward to helping them increase awareness by expanding their digital footprint, and couldn’t think of a better partner for this year’s project.”

Noble’s contribution will include a complete overhaul of Safe Haven’s website, resulting in improved functionality. While the addition of a Content Management System will provide their staff with the ability to maintain and update content without the need for advanced technical knowledge.

The website’s content will also be optimized to increase visitor traffic resulting in an increase in animal sponsorships while building brand awareness within a larger target audience.

“Safe Haven is so excited and incredibly grateful that Noble Studios has selected our nonprofit as their 2016 Noble Deeds recipient,” said Safe Haven’s Founder and Executive Director Lynda Sugasa. “We are confident that Noble’s expertise will make an incredible difference in our organization’s outreach, resulting in higher awareness of our mission.”

Noble Deeds’ mission is to improve the marketing efforts of nonprofit organizations based in northern Nevada with its “Think, Make, Measure” approach. In 2015, Noble selected the Terry Lee Wells Discovery Museum for the Noble Deeds donation, helping the museum revamp its digital presence with a project valued at $100,000.

The next call for entries will be announced in early 2017. Learn more about Noble Deeds here.