The Discovery Museum Selected for 2015 Noble Deeds Program

Discovery Museum

Noble Studios’ community outreach program, Noble Deeds, announced it will award approximately $100,000 in digital services to the nonprofit Terry Lee Wells Nevada Discovery Museum (The Discovery). Noble’s donation includes a complete overhaul of the organization’s website and marketing services aimed at improving its digital marketing effectiveness.

Opened in 2011 near downtown Reno, The Discovery is “a hands-on museum dedicated to inspiring lifelong learning in science, technology, engineering, art, math and the world around us,” according to its mission statement.

“The Discovery has had a big impact on the Northern Nevada community over such a short period of time,” said Noble COO Season Lopiccolo. “We can’t think of a better organization to partner with in 2015. We are inspired to help them reach even more kids and their families with a new set of tools.”

The site redesign will include several new features to make it easier for people to find events and classes that serve a wide array of interests and age groups. The site is scheduled to launch in November, 2015.

“The Discovery is honored to have been chosen to receive this year’s Noble Deeds grant,” said The Discovery’s Marketing and Communications Director, Patrick Turner. “The work the talented people at Noble Studios will do for The Discovery will help further the museum’s efforts to become a world-class, hands-on science center.”

Noble Deeds’ mission is to improve the marketing efforts of a nonprofit organization based in our headquarters of northern Nevada, make a significant impact on the community and select the nonprofit project which best utilizes all of the digital marketing agency’s services from strategic planning to design and development to measurement. It’s what we call our “Think, Make, Measure” approach.

“We had a great response the second year of our program with more than 16 non-profits applying this year,” said Somer Athari, Noble Studios Senior Project Manager and Committee Chair for Noble Deeds. “We ultimately selected The Discovery because they’re quickly becoming a cornerstone in the community by encouraging a lifelong love of learning. We think these sorts of efforts makes this a better place to live.”

The next call for entries will be announced in early 2016. Learn more about Noble Deeds.