Noble Deeds Rehabilitates Safe Haven’s Website

Noble Deeds Rehabilitates Safe Haven's Website

As part of our annual commitment to help give back to northern Nevada nonprofits, Noble Studios’ community outreach program Noble Deeds has chosen Safe Haven, a rehabilitative and permanent placement center for wildlife located in Imlay, Nev, to receive a new responsive website. This year, we awarded hundreds of hours of pro bono work to the organization, and are proud to announce that the new website has officially launched.

Founded in 2000, Safe Haven aims to rescue and provide lifelong care for abandoned or injured wildlife unable to be placed back into their natural habitats. The organization’s residents range from Siberian tigers and lions to desert tortoises and macaws, all of which carry with them their own remarkable stories of survival. Safe Haven also provides educational outreach services for children and adults within its surrounding community, including students from underserved schools throughout northern Nevada, and is one of the only solar-powered, “green” facilities within the surrounding area.

The new website aims to spread awareness of the organization’s mission through effective storytelling, while a newly integrated events and news section shines light on upcoming fundraising efforts, such as Safe Haven’s beloved Tee Off For Tigers golf tournament. And since the non-profit’s main source of funding primarily comes in the form of donations, it was pivotal for the new site to offer users a more streamlined process for adopting animals, donating and volunteering their time.

“Safe Haven is excited to debut its new website created by Noble Studios. It was an absolute pleasure to work with their team, who made this transition for our organization incredibly easy.  We are so grateful for the generous donation of their time and expertise that we believe will have a tremendous impact on our growth and services.”

Lynda Sugasa, Safe Haven Founder and Executive Director


“Safe Haven’s new site will not only help them increase their awareness, but will also significantly improve their communication and marketing efforts,” said Noble’s COO Season Lopiccolo. “We are proud to have worked with a local organization who volunteers their time and resources in helping displaced wildlife across the country.”

2016 marks the third-year Noble Studios has issued a call for entries from local nonprofits in need of digital services. Our next call for entries will be announced in early 2017. Learn more about Noble Deeds and see our work from years past.