Website Technical Updates

Help Hope Partnership for Education improve their website's functionality by performing updates and/or fixes and educating them on how to resolve minor issues.
Hope Partnership for Education
Philadelphia, PA, USA
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Philadelphia, PA, USA

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Posted August 25th

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What We Need
  • Updates and/or fixes to Organization’s existing website (e.g., bug fixes, plugin or widget integration, etc.)
  • Training for up to 3 Organization staff members on how to resolve minor issues going forward (if applicable)
Additional Details

Our existing WordPress website is moving very slow on the back end. We have a virtual event coming up in October that will be hosted on our website. We need to create a new page and embed our live stream and auction site onto our website but do not have the knowledge to do so. We are looking for someone who can help us resolve these issues as soon as possible.

What We Have In Place
  • We currently have a wordpress account, which should make it easy for you to get started. We also have two development team members, and the ability to provide any other information you need.
How This Will Help
This project will save us $3,757 , allowing us to this will allow us to continue making a difference in our students' lives. We will be able to raise funds to keep living our mission of Empowerment Through Education.

This project is extremely important because the event we are hosting is where we get the majority of our funding for the year. Due to COVID, we are unable to host our event in person so we want to ensure our first virtual event goes as smoothly as possible. Making sure we have an efficient and functional website will help us get there and impress our donors, and still reach our goal despite it being online.

Project Plan

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Prep: Share Scope of Updates
  • Volunteer Manager shares link to existing website with Professional
  • Volunteer Manager provides list of required updates or issues to resolve
  • Both parties review our pro-tips for Organizations and Volunteers to ensure the project is set up for success
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Milestone 1: Kick-Off Meeting
  • Volunteer Manager and Professional connect to discuss requested updates and/or fixes, and agree on a project timeline
  • Volunteer Manager provides Professional with credentials to access the website admin portal
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Milestone 2: Review Updates
  • Professional makes the requested updates and/or fixes to the website (if available, the changes should be made in a test or development environment first)
  • Volunteer Manager reviews each update or fix, and reports any remaining issues to the Professional (e.g., new bugs that were created by the updates, etc.)
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Milestone 3: Implementation of Updates
  • Professional implements updates and/or fixes to the live website
  • Professional troubleshoots any issues that may arise immediately after implementing changes on the live site
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Milestone 4: Training (Optional)
  • If requested, Professional trains up to 3 team members on how to update site and resolve minor issues going forward
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About The Org

Hope Partnership for Education
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Jacqueline K.

Development Associate & Coordinator

Our Mission

Our mission is to break the cycle of poverty through education in Eastern North Philadelphia by providing children and adults with individualized learning opportunities .

We serve children, families, and individuals in Eastern North Philadelphia who live below the poverty level and have struggled in traditional educational settings.

We promise to:

Maximize each student's potential through education.
Level the playing field for members of our community, both children and adults.
Address poverty in our community.
Offer opportunities and alternatives while being respectful and understanding of the social and economic challenges of the individuals we serve.

Testimonials

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The original assignment was troubleshooting bugs and creating a page to promote the event and embed the virtual event's live stream. The end result? A 12-page microsite for the FriendRaiser, and on the main site a jQuery banner, a popup and a menu item for the FriendRaiser. For a project with tight deadlines, I would usually use Elementor with WordPress but at the time I started the project Elementor was experiencing problems. So we used the Gutenberg Block Editor, which was a learning curve for both myself and staff at Hope Partnership for Education. Because of time constraints on my end, Hope Partnership updated content and designed parts of the microsite themselves. So in the end it was a collaborative project. I wish Hope Partnership much success with their October 23 virtual event.
Stephanie O.
Stephanie O.

WordPress developer & content writer

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